He’s Just Not That Into You is a book that covers the essence of a relationship and its wake up to reality check.
I believe that it has been two or three years that I’ve been curious about the book “He’s Just Not That Into You.” I remember watching the author speaking in an interview at a television show. I actually was mainly interested in watching him. I loved the interview and his view on relationships.
Relationship is not a complicated ordeal; we have to stop turning it into a very complicated big deal.
The reason is that we idealize everything from job, lifestyle and “the guy”. It is insane! We seek approval from everybody all the time in every level; approval from friends, family and the list goes on to ad pressure.
He’s Just Not That Into You is an amazing book and it is so laid back written in a great sense of humor, as if it is talking to two friends, Greg and Liz. Two different views one from a guy and other from a girl. The solution is a simple answer as He’s Just Not That Into You. The stories tell different experiences and ask questions about the guy’s distance and
What ‘s wrong with the picture? The answer is so simple, “He’s Just Not That Into You.” Find someone who cares about you on the same level and stop obsessing about it. It is great to read from a guy’s point of view and his experience.
In the book, he says there are so many guys out there to love you and so forth. Stop wasting time with the wrong one, a guy who is clearly not interested in the same way or not interested at all.
I read this book in two days. I could not stop reading and see situations from the past, friends and the nagging to me. I also realize that I shall spend more time into dating than “being a friend” and confidant to most people. I shall pursue and pay close attention to my life and relationships without freaking out over the things people nag on their experience to me and anxiety to what may happen to me. Not to pay attention to negative views and find the one to spend my life until the end.
After all, teen years are gone. Let’s face, adults graduate from college and the need of next level of experience in our lives is to build our own family, home along with career.
Confessions of a Shopaholic is a book also meant to both. The need of fulfilling the void and approval from everybody in our lives by shopping; It is trying to fill the void with material things.
Please go to the next bookstore near your house or a public library. I’d buy them both!
You may check them out at your local public library as well.
He’s Just not That Into You by Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo.
Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella.