Act Like A Lady Think Like A Man

By Steve Harvey

“Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man” by Steve Harvey is one of the most popular books worldwide that describe what men think about love, relationships, sex, and commitment.

Written from personal experience, the book was published in 2009 by the most popular radio and TV show host Steve Harvey. Voted as the best-selling dating book for women, Steve Harvey became a best-selling author in the same year.

In the book, Harvey illustrates that men have many needs and concerns, as they try to balance between their work and personal lives, and that there are certain areas in his life that he needs to achieve first to start feeling like a man, to find his identity, and to boost his self-esteem.

Steve Harvey places the above under the “DNA of Manhood”, and emphasizes three important areas that a man needs to achieve. These are:

- His title

- What he does for a living and how how he got to his title

- The rewards he gets, or how much he makes

Until he achieves the above, a man will focus on nothing else. These areas all stem from the pressure put on men from childhood - this being the responsibility of protecting and providing for his family, holding the family name, and living up to the concept of what it means to be a real man.

He also highlights to women that to be with a man, you’ll need to understand that men love differently from women, while advising men that a woman who truly loves you will always stay by your side, encourage and support you.

Who better than a man himself to advise women on what goes on in the minds of men when it comes to relationships?

Find this brilliant self-help book on relationships at your nearest bookstore or do an online purchase from Amazon.

Steve Harvey

Steve Harvey is an American television and radio presenter, actor, author, businessman, and former stand-up comedian.

He hosts The Steve Harvey Morning Show, Family Feud, Celebrity Family Feud, the Miss Universe competition, Family Feud Africa, and court comedy, Judge Steve Harvey.