10 Things Every Woman Needs to Know About Men: Understand His Mind and Capture His Heart

10 Things Every Woman Needs to Know About Men: Understand His Mind and Capture His Heart

By Sabrina Alexis

10 Things Every Woman Needs To Know About Men – written by the founders of the hugely popular women’s relationship website Anewmode.com – is an honest, non-sugarcoated guide to understanding men and cracking their code so you can finally have the love you’ve always wanted… instead of wasting time on dead-end relationships that leave you emotionally drained and broken-hearted. For as far back as humanity goes, women have struggled to understand why men behave the way they do. Does he like me? Why won’t he commit? Why doesn’t he text back? Does he mean what he says? Why is he withdrawing? How does he really feel? These are just a few examples of questions that women all over the world are desperate to know the answers to… and now they can, once and for all. This book takes a look at the most common relationship scenarios – the ones that cause the most confusion – and explains everything. It provides a breakdown of the male psyche, as well as honest confessions from the authors and men who were brave enough to share their stories.

10 Things Every Woman Needs to Know About Men will free you from all your doubts and confusion and give you the gift of clarity. You will never again feel the need to try to figure him out… instead you can bask in the joy of just understanding exactly why he does what he does.

About Sabrina Alexis
Sabrina Alexis is a writer and the co-founder and editorial director of A New Mode. Sabrina graduated from Boston University in 2007 with degrees in English and Psychology and has been writing about fashion, beauty, relationships, and...
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