'My dating bible.' Now magazine 'The publishing sensation of the year.' Daily Telegraph 'A new dating book, HJNTIY, is taking Britain by storm! The book cuts to the core of men's behaviour.' Daily Mail 'Sometimes an idea for a new book is so blindingly obvious that we think we should have written it ourselves. The concept behind He's Just Not That Into You is simple but speaks universal truth about the excuses men come up with to fob off women.' Daily Express 'This book, by the relationship consultants on Sex and the City, will be something of a Godsend, as it aims to make life easier for women who want to get past the crappy get-out lines fellas use. It's wickedly hilarious, and it's sure to turn you into a stronger, better-equipped gal!' OK magazine.
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A brilliantly witty and entertaining guide to interpreting men from a writer and a consultant of Sex and the City, which has become a publishing sensation in the US. A no-holds-barred decoder of male behaviour, this book isn't just about eliminating the bad apples -- it's also about holding onto the good ones. Content: / This hilarious, playful, but honest explanation of male behaviour from a writer and a consultant of Sex and the City, is designed to stop women wasting their time chasing after men who aren't into them, and help them to move on and find men who really are. / The line, 'He's just not that into you', was developed out of a conversation between Greg Behrendt and his fellow female SATC writers when they asked his advice one day. It became an episode which struck a powerful chord with viewers. / The wisdom of the book can be summed up by the following: men don't want to tell women when they're not interested and women don't want to hear it anyway. / Upfront and forthright, the book explains why the man you're waiting for might not be worth the wait or all your excuses.
/ The book's positive message: It happens to the most beautiful, funny, interesting and intelligent women - it just means that it's time to say 'Next!'
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