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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

What's He Really Thinking?: How to Be a Relational Genius with the Man in Your Life


Author: Paula Rinehart
Series: ---
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: June 2, 2009
How Received: Publisher
Rating: 4

Summary:
A woman's guide into a man's heart and mind offering invaluable insights, understanding, and the tools for building healthier relationships. Even in the best of relationships, over time, men and women drift apart because of the communication gaps they naturally possess. In What's He Really Thinking? , author and speaker Paula Rinehart gives incredible insight into these differences. In her conversational, almost poetic style, Rinehart unlocks some of the age-old mysteries of the male mind-set. With more than twenty years of counseling experience, Rinehart sheds a realistic light on: how men think why they do what they do what they struggle with She believes women who truly understand men have an ability to make an extraordinary impact on their lives. From scientific research to practical real-life stories, Rinehart removes the guess work and shows women how to become the relational geniuses they have always longed to be.


Review:
*Warning if you are not one for self help books please do not continue reading*
What's He Really Thinking? is a how to on being a genius with guys. But it goes at guys on a religious view. I do not like that it is written by a female. I believe if we(females)Want to understand a man better we can ask them. I would prefer that a male write this or both a male and female write this. I do love the fact that Paula makes it very relatable. The review in the cover by Kevin is a very good effect on the book. I love when Paula talked about how a male's brain is built not just what they do. She goes beyond experience and dips into the science of it all. Paula is not there to change the men in our lives shes there to help us understand them and how they think. For example I learned to watch how a man changes. Because men do change on their own. It is not a woman's place to change a man even though most of the women in this word believe it is. I for sure will be sharing this book with many women in my life.

Kati

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