Manology: Secrets of Your Man's Mind Revealed

Manology Secrets of Your Man s Mind Revealed Rev Run of Run DMC and Tyrese Gibson offer insight on life love exposing men and the many games they play and how to finally find happiness in your relationships Tyrese and Rev are unlikely best fr

  • Title: Manology: Secrets of Your Man's Mind Revealed
  • Author: Tyrese Gibson Joseph Simmons Chris Morrow
  • ISBN: 9781451681840
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Rev Run of Run DMC and Tyrese Gibson offer insight on life, love, exposing men and the many games they play, and how to finally find happiness in your relationships.Tyrese and Rev are unlikely best friends Rev is married with six kids and Tyrese is a single dad still hesitant to settle down But after an unexpected disagreement in which Rev insisted that marriage is foreveRev Run of Run DMC and Tyrese Gibson offer insight on life, love, exposing men and the many games they play, and how to finally find happiness in your relationships.Tyrese and Rev are unlikely best friends Rev is married with six kids and Tyrese is a single dad still hesitant to settle down But after an unexpected disagreement in which Rev insisted that marriage is forever, and Tyrese pushed that you could bail when the sex went bad, the two decided not just to agree to disagree but to team up and open their debate to a larger audience Even though they re at different points in their journeys, both have clear insights on what it takes to make a relationship work and what can sink it instantly.Manology is a guide to regaining your relationship confidence and weeding out the cheaters, MANipulators, and pimps from the good men Just follow Tyrese and Rev s advice and finally understand the reasons behind your man s actions Some men s behavior can t be changed, but it s better to face the truth No matter how painful or distressing that truth might be, if you know it, you can confront it and move past it Tyrese and Rev acknowledge that it can be difficult for men to open up, but they present real strategies for men and women to have honest and open discussions about relationship expectations With Rev s hard earned knowledge on what it takes to make a marriage work, and Tyrese s sometimes uncomfortable but always straight talk on the single man s mind set, Manology is your one true source of knowledge to help you take control of your love life and truly understand your man.

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    1. This book was an okay read. Tyrese is a "former man whore" and Rev Run is well, a holy family man. It was interesting reading their different male perspectives on different topics but more often than not I got annoyed with the two them. Tyrese basically said in every chapter, women, you better bend over backwards and succumb to every whim and desire of your man or else he's going to step out on you - take it from me I'm former man whore. My girl now is so great, she picks up after me, cooks my m [...]

    2. this book is about sharing men's secrets not justifying their actions the truth in this book is completely raw an sometimes hard to handle and as Tyrese breaks down the things some men do that always had u wondering why you start to think back at the many times thats happened to you or at least i did Rev Run gives u breaks down the truth about men and their behavior but in a lighter form compared to Tyrese's brutal honesty this book is a must read for women of all ages no matter what ur relation [...]

    3. I've tried to finish Manology: Secrets of Your Man's Mind Revealed and I just cannot. As a person who really loves self-help books, I wonder just how bad Tyrese Gibson and Rev. Run are together to make me think this self-help book is actually for the dumbest women on the planet. Neither Gibson nor Rev. Run have much to say that has not been said in recently published self-help relationship books that tell Black women they're single and have problems keeping men and it's all their fault. Clearly, [...]

    4. I read this book in less than 24 hours. It was sometimes hard to hear the truth written in this book. Tyrese and Rev. Run gave me a new perspective on an old relationship and I needed that. Thank you gentlemen, you have touched one woman's life for sure!

    5. Hello: I first heard about this book after reading Tyrese's first mediocre book as he mentioned it in the acknowledgments section. I thought "that will be good Rev Run is a great man with an amazingly intelligent and relatable outlook that should be able to bring some insight to Tyrese's immature, elementary and oftentimes ridiculous points." And it was not!I was correct. The idea of Manology was great. Two men, different viewpoints on relationships and maybe some common ground here and there. T [...]

    6. I was interested in this book after watching Dr. Oz interview the authors on his show. Two are former members of Run DMC, the 80s hip hop band. Although he has had his share of women in the past, Rev Run is now a minister, married with 6 children. Tyrese is a single father with a daughter. The beginning part of the book is about starting relationships and what types of men to avoid, so those parts didn't really pertain to me. The parts about understanding how men's minds work were informative an [...]

    7. Ok it's clear to me that this book is a complete waste of time. Not only did the book not live up to the hype it painted a picture that women just don't have common sense. I was surprised at how much hypocrisy Tyrese threw out but he never tells how things are from his girlfriends point of view. This book is only common sense knowledge that most smart women already have.

    8. Ну ладно, целая книга про то, что основной секрет отношений - не отказываться от секса

    9. Interesting confessions coming from Tyrese. Getting into the mind of someone who hasn't always done right by women, Tyrese gives you his way of thinking at the time of his "MAN-Whore" days. Rev Run also gives insight into the minds of many men. Having been saved from the half life he lived during his Run DMC days; he talks about God and the need to become better for not only his sake, his family's as well. Having 3 daughters, whom he loves wholeheartedly, he wants what's best for them. He also i [...]

    10. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect in a book written by these two guys, but I am so glad I came in with an open mind and a glass of wine. Rev Run has six kids and is happily married while Tyrese is a single dad, and both are on opposite spectrums of the advice and thoughts on relationships.“Male Pattern Blindness, or the inability to see the good thing that’s right in front of his face.”This book is a well laid out guide to approaching your relationship with confidence and eliminating th [...]

    11. Manology: Secrets of Your Man’s Mind Revealed was a good and interest book to read. I enjoyed reading this book because I’ve learned a lot in this book. Both of authors helps me how to understand the men perspective, and growth. Both of authors did a good job to put out this book. For example, my ex friend told me that he wasn’t ready for in a relationship but when I saw his FB pages and he changes his status from single to in a relationship. I feel played and mistreated again because he w [...]

    12. My brother suggested this book to a girlfriend of mines who's moving VERY VERY fast in her current 6-week relationship. He cares about her like a sis as well but feels she's too desperate and naive about a lot of the men she encounters. I didn't read Steve Harvey's book so I decided to read/review this one. Maybe because I'm 40 and have learned a lot on my own about men and relationships, this was an easy read with a lot of common sense for me. I did enjoy the different viewpoints between Tyrese [...]

    13. Let me start off saying I'm a fan of relationship dialogues books With that being said , I enjoyed this book very much although a lot of it was pure common sense but it's nice hearing how men vocalize it . Tyrese clearly has some relationship issues with himself and feels a need to be validated constantly but again I enjoyed some aspects of his views and opinions . Rev Run not to be able to catch an elevator with a beautiful woman or be social seems extremely weird to me , but the way he respec [...]

    14. There's a lot hype surrounding this book and justifiably so. While reading this book, I felt like I was receiving advice on how men think and behave from a male friend or brother (They did mention that they could not speak for all men, by the way). I would definitely recommend this book to both single and married women alike, because it teaches single women how to avoid the "MAN-ipulators" and married women how to keep the excitement in their relationship.

    15. This book was raw and had two very different perspectives that both had good reasonable points. I know a few men that need to take some pointers from what Rev and Tyrese said. It's not just for women to read. I would definitely refer this book to my friends and family. Love how Rev has a great relationship with his wife after 20 years and knows how to stays on top of his marriage.

    16. Loved the two different perspectives of men in different places in their life. This book has something that everyone can relate to

    17. This book was WAY more fun than I expected to read. The Rev and Tyrese are such polar opposites that it made their differing takes on relationships laugh out loud funny. The thing that made the book palatable was that at the core of them both is a drive to be good men and good partners, even if they arrive at the conclusion from different venues. No one was more surprised than me to find that some of the advice was applicable to real life and I have kept some of their words in mind while dealing [...]

    18. This book was very specific to both the co-authors' experiences. It may have actually been a better read for other men. In the end, I felt like I'd rather avoid relationships with men

    19. Creative cover, looks like Rev Run will school Tyrese on the topic at hand: how to be a man. The book is entitled "Manology" which stipulates that there will be topics about the man with some philosophy on the subject at hand. However after skimming through the sub chapters, came across towards the end "Ruth and Boaz Beyonce to JayZ" not sure how biblical characters relate (or compare for that matter) to superstar celebritiesess I will have to see. Tyrese gives his raw, gritty insight on sex, ch [...]

    20. To be quite honest, i picked this book to humor my brain. Until i brought it over to an intern that was working at the library and he couldn't help but smile, a smile that suggested feelings of incredible cringe, as he told me what the return date for this book was, therefore the joke that was between myself and i extended over to this aforementioned young man. i feel that to this day he is still wondering why i was reading this book. Although after this lengthy introduction i read a chapter to [...]

    21. The book says some truths about the habits of men, however it seems to me that women have to do a lot of work and self-sacrificing to get a man to commit and stay in that commitment. What about the men? It seems as though they do not have to do any work to stay in the relationships or even to make a commitment. I do however like that the books has two different perspectives on the good vs. the bad. I liked that you got two different opinions from men at two levels of maturity. It was very useful [...]

    22. Good advice from worldly and Godly perspectiveThis book is very good in my opinion in that it gives advice to men and women from a worldly experience(Tyrese) and a Godly experience(Rev Run). They both hit on some very good points that many people struggle with in a relationship. Each one made his case for where his advice comes from and where and when to be applied. I Believe that this book gives the two major views on different aspects of a relationship between. A man and woman and it makes it [...]

    23. I really liked this book because it wasn't preachy! When I was reading this book at first I thought it was full of topics that you should already know, but I kept reading and I was right. A lot of the topics I should already know but I don't always practice. The writing was very relaxed. I didn't get the impression like in most books on relationships like the authors " Been there and seen it all and now we're cured". I felt like the book was coming from the view of two people with two different [...]

    24. Read it to try to understand my current (French) husband a bit better. Don't think it helped but being Caucasian I got a glimpse of black males values. The book is frank and honest in my opinion. "Girlpowerish" and actually respectful. Enjoy the nagging between the Rev and Tyrese. A book that is what it is. Not common. Recommendable and easily read. I assume GREAT insights if you are dating a black man and some aha's if you are into Caucasians. Doubtful about Asians though.

    25. Please a man, put up with everything a man demands of you to keep a man. But who even wants a man so obnoxious as Tyrese Gibson? Clearly Tyrese himself who thinks he is a catch and a half! As for born-again Christian Run DMC manhe is clearly in love with God, not woman which goes perfectly with Tyrese's man-validation point. Men ultimately seek validation from men, and God I guess is for them the ultimate dude. Please spare us.

    26. Positives: I really enjoyed and could probably relate more to Reverend Run's viewpoints more than Tyrese's. Tyrese offered up some good views that stuck with me, but a lot of it seemed more about him and his "lifestyle" (that I swear he used a good 150 time throughout this book) that he lived while courting all these women, which I guess was the point. It was a good, fast read.

    27. Loved it!! I feel that this book got a lot of bad reviews because they took a lot of it personal and thought that it was going to be another negative book about how certain woman can't keep a man but it wasn't it was actually an eye opener for the things that go through a mans head unfortunately, but I would rather hear the truth then the lies.Thank you REV and Tyrese

    28. Not one of my favorites. I didn't realize how egotistical Tyrese really is. He was such a playboy in the past, and now he's reformedease. I was more interested in Rev. Run's story, but with him he infuses his belief in God. Which isn't a problem as long as you agree with his point of view. I don't think I will pick this book up again. Reading it once is enough.

    29. A good read back and forth. Became a little mundane and less informative as it went on. Fun but did nothing in helping me help my daughters navigate the rough waters of modern day dating. Ruthless characters have been around forever. Glad to see that Tyrese wakes up at the end of his journey.

    30. I have a new respect for Tyrese Gibson for opening up in this book. Rev Run was inspiration in the information he gave about himself and scriptures from the bible. I was able to see some of the mistakes I made in my choices of men from my past. I believe my current boo is the one!

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