Get the Guy is a great book. Our editors rated it with a top 5 stars.
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This is good
This may seem like common knowledge but at the same time I didn’t realize I did this stuff but at the wrong time and at the right time I didn’t do it but now I know
I've learned soo much.
He really sets a clear understanding of what men need to feel valuable. I appreciate this information for my growth and my relationships growth.
Such an inspiring book. It's so real and eye opening but in the best way. Amazing doesn't begin to cover this book.
Get the Guy was great!
Great book, wish it had more, but there was lots of great examples which I loved! Worth the money 😊
I am a single 54yr old who has gleaned SO MUCH info on life and relationships (of all kinds) from Matthew Hussey. He is truthful and honest and empowers women to be precise in communication skills and self confidence. ANY woman would benefit in life with knowledge shared by
Matthew. He is humble and humorous, serious and candid. He is wise beyond his years and inspires people to live life to the fullest. His relationship advice is (as the English say)... "SPOT ON!"
I suggest you get the book, subscribe to his podcast (amazing) and follow him on YouTube. He will make you more aware of your choices in life AND relationships. Thnx Matthew for all your hard work and dedication to making a difference! I truly believe you have for so many people!
By Lida abdollahi
Matthew Hussay's book has changed my life. If you are looking for a positive energy, I highly recommend his book. I have more self confidence after listening to all his videos for one year!
This book is by far the best i've read about relationship
BOOK IS CORRUPT
BOUGHT THIS BOOK- NOW ITS SAYING ITS CORRUPT AND I CANT READ IT. FIX THIS.
It's ok, nothing special. A lot of common sense
This book had good reviews on Amazon so I purchased it on here but to be honest it's just ok so far. A lot of the advice is common sense. Like- act confident and men will be attracted or men will respect you if you respect and value yourself. That's stating the obvious. I disagree with some of the advice. I think making conversation with people in general and being sociable and getting yourself "out there" is very true (again common sense) but I disagree with asking a man for his number bc men naturally are chasers and have that competitive nature and a woman who chases them is sometimes a huge turnoff because the challenge is over before it even started. It says men are nervous to approach women because of what their friends think, but let's be honest it's the same for women and men WILL find a way to ask for a number or approach you most of the time. I only agree that being sociable and confident and give the lead for the guy to ask for a number, but for a woman to ask for it is absurd and would turn most men off because it's in secularist and makes the woman look "desperate" like many books out there say. Experience has taught me letting the man be the man as the pursuer is key.
I like it
I really like this book , with an amazing guide in relationships.