Libro Men, Love & Sex: A Complete User's Guide for Women PDF

4 de septiembre de 2007
In this funny and fascinating guide for women, thousands of men confess what turns them on, what turns them off, and what turns "for now" into "forever."With shocking and never-before seen statistics and powerful confessions, former Men's Health editor-in-chief David Zinczenko presents a funny and fascinating guide for women into the inner workings of the male mind. Here, in Men, Love & Sex, the most perplexing questions that women have about guys and relationships are finally answered. Men give their frank and honest thoughts to such questions as:
  • How will you know when he's in love?
  • What's really wrong when he says "nothing"?
  • How can you get him to kiss you more (and longer)?
  • How badly did his ex mess him up?
  • How can you get him to open up?
  • What does he crave in the bedroom more than anything else?
  • What drives him to end a relationship?
  • What are the best ways to keep him from cheating?
  • Why does he always miss the toilet?

Men's brains, feelings, and actions can be harder to interpret than abstract art. So let Men, Love & Sex become your guide to navigating a relationship through all of its stages. Once you know the secrets to the male mind, you'll be able to bridge the communication gaps that divide men and women. You'll be able to strengthen the relationship you have now--or use your new insights to find the perfect man for you. In the end, you'll get better talks, better sex, better fighting, better understanding, better love, better relationships, and a better life.


Publicado: 4 de septiembre de 2007

David Zinczenko

David Zinczenko, a former editor-in-chief of Men's Health, has written op-ed pieces for the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and USA Today, and has made many guest appearances on Good Morning America, the Today show, and CNN, often talking about relationships. He divides his time between Allentown, Pennsylvania, and New York City.

Ted Spiker, an assistant professor of journalism at the University of Florida, is a contributing editor to Men's Health. He lives in Gainesville, Florida.