Why Men Love Bitches (Paperback)
From Doormat to Dreamgirl—A Woman's Guide to Holding Her Own in a Relationship
Adams Media, 9781580627566, 288pp.
Publication Date: October 1, 2002
Other Editions of This Title:
· Why are men so romantic in the beginning and why do they change?
· Why do men take nice girls for granted?
· Why does a man respect a woman when she stands up for herself?
Full of advice, hilarious real-life relationship scenarios, "she says/he thinks" tables, and the author's unique "Attraction Principles," Why Men Love Bitches gives you bottom-line answers. It helps you know who you are, stand your ground, and relate to men on a whole new level. Once you've discovered the feisty attitude men find so magnetic, you'll not only increase the romantic chemistry—you'll gain your man's love and respect with far less effort.
About the Author
Praise For Why Men Love Bitches: From Doormat to Dreamgirl—A Woman's Guide to Holding Her Own in a Relationship…
“America’s top relationship guide.”
—The Book Tribe
“One of ‘The 10 Most Iconic Relationship Books of the Past Ten Years."
“Men don’t really go for ‘nice.’ They go for ‘interesting.’”
“We’re talking about having so much self-respect, Aretha Franklin would high-five you.”
—Los Angeles Times
“The pejorative meaning of the word ‘bitch’ has been reclaimed... it means a strong, feisty woman who has moxie, and knows when to use it. A bitch is... sap free.”
“[Argov is] talking about a strong woman. Someone who knows what she’s doing in life. Someone who will share the load, but who will stand her ground.”
—Joy Behar, Co-host of The View
“Sherry Argov shows women how to transform a casual relationship into a committed one.”
—The Today Show
“The Best of Culture.”
“A hot book!”
—Fox News Channel
“A must-read at Sunday brunch.”
—New York Daily News
“Why Men Love Bitches flew off the shelves.... Men thrive with women who can set boundaries and who push back when they try to cross the line.”
“An anti-whining manifesto that encourages women who feel like doormats to develop a sense of independence.”
“Ultimately Sherry Argov’s message boils down to one of confidence and self respect, which, let’s face it...it’s the only sane way to go. In short...stay for the sage advice.”