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4 edition of Women Want More found in the catalog.

Women Want More

by Michael J. Silverstein

  • 226 Want to read
  • 35 Currently reading

Published by HarperCollins in New York .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24249821M
ISBN 109780061905407
OCLC/WorldCa503452263

  Advice For 'Grown-Ups' In Their 40s: 'Just Do What You Want More Often' Author Pamela Druckerman says she's reached a "now-or-never phase of life." Her new book There Are No Grown-Ups is a coming. Usually it doesn’t impact my enjoyment of a book – I hate to admit this but I tend to like listening to book narrated by women more than men (most of the time). For reviews I just three sentences about the book and that’s it. I have found that so many people just want to know if a book is worth reading.

In general, women are more likely to read books at all than men, with the average woman reading 14 books a year, compared with nine books for the average man. Women prefer to read fiction, while Author: Fleur Morrison. 15 Things Women Want From the Men in Their Lives And, yes, the list absolutely includes good sex between partners. or more active involvement in major decisions, child rearing, finances, etc.

  The female orgasm: What do women want? Written by Yella Hewings-Martin, Ph.D. on October 6, asked more than 8, women in Finland about their sexual experiences.   But my educational background is in engineering, so the logical side of me just can’t understand why I want to raise children. They’re extremely expensive, at times frustrating, have the potential to wreck havoc on your marriage (and your body), and many times don’t even appreciate all the sacrifices parents make for them.


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Women Want More by Michael J. Silverstein Download PDF EPUB FB2

“Women Want More is a fresh and insightful analysis of how women’s increasing roles and ever-growing buying power are impacting the marketplace.” (Leonard Lauder, Chairman Emeritus of The Estée Lauder Companies, Inc.)/5(14). Their survey findings inform the conclusions in Women Want More, a book that details the burgeoning women's consumer market.

Each chapter includes statistics, company stories, and anecdotes from individual women. Readers finish the book with an idea of how women behave as consumers, and how to gear their products for success in the female economy/5(17).

Inthe Boston Consulting Group ran a lifestyle survey of 12, women in 22 countries. Their survey findings inform the conclusions in Women Want More, a book that details the burgeoning women’s consumer market. Each chapter includes statistics, company stories, and anecdotes from individual women.

Readers finish the book with an idea of how [ ]. Bravo for such an honest and intuitive book. "More: Population, Nature, and What Women Want" By Robert Engelman addresses the topic of population growth and Engelman proposes the feasibility and opportunity of sequentially changing the world in terms of environment, health, and economics if we begin with and listen to our child by:   These inspirational books for women by women will give you all the motivation you need to get out there and start leading the life you want to live.

Whether you’re seeking career advice, the. Myth 1: Women like erotica more than men It’s a huge stereotype that men prefer visual images of sex (pornography), while women prefer reading “bodice-rippers” because of their quieter, more.

“what women want more than love is a partner that they can feel safe with. They want a partner who understands the inherent dangers in being a woman.

Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more. That's the vibe that comes off this book, as Paco Underhill tells men (the audience is clearly men, almost certainly executive men about his age) about what women REALLY want.

Curvy things mostly. And hand-holding, and clean stuff. He went to Vassar in the seventies, so you know he has bona fides as a /5. We will be leaving meetup soon and expanding. Going National, as we will be featured in a book that we expect to be a National best seller. We have done a documentary and a talk show and our message is clear, BLACK WOMEN WANT MORE and we will not settle for.

"In accessible and entertaining prose, What Do Women Want. details everything from individual women’s fantasies to the search for a “female Viagra.” More important, though, it represents a complete paradigm shift.

This book—how do I put this without sounding hyperbolic. This book should be read by every woman on earth. out of 5 stars Was good content but very short book, i want more book for my buck, is very sound but way too short for me. The content as said. Reviewed in Spain on Febru Verified Purchase.

As above is a good book, but is very very short. Thought for the money should be 4 /5(). "What the Lady Wants" takes place in the Gilded Age in the shining White City, Chicago. Delia, a privileged young woman, falls for the charismatic Marshall Field, who brings a store made up consumers', mostly women, wildest dreams to life in the center of the city/5.

Men are more likely to read nonfiction books than fiction, while the opposite holds true for women: 55% of women read fiction inand 48% read nonfiction, according to. Among avid readers surveyed by the AP, the typical woman read nine books in a year, compared with only five for men. Women read more than men in.

I read What Women Want by Nelly Thomas as part of two reading challenges - the Australian Women Writers Challenge and the Eclectic Reader Challenge which called for a 'humour' book.

And boy was this book overflowing with humour. I was laughing out loud the entire time. I wasn't familiar with Nelly Thomas before picking up this book, but its safe to say she has a new fan/5.

What Women Want in Men When strictly contemplating a man's genetic contributions to their future child, women tended to care more about man's physical attractiveness than his character. Following the work of E.

Wilson, Desmond Morris, and David Buss, What Women WantWhat Men Want offers compelling new evidence about the real reasons behind men's and women's differing sexual psychologies and sheds new light on what men and women look for in a mate, the predicament of marriage in the modern world, the relation between sex and emotion, and many 4/5.

I wasnt as interested in what women want in a man as I was being a alpha male and this book definitely opened my heart and mind to being a MAN.

Recommended Read This book exceeded my expectations, it helped boost my confidence to be the guy god designed me to be!/5. Fortunately, despite their reputation for reading fewer books, especially fiction, than women, men have their fair share of such lists enumerating which books to read in order to burnish their masculinity.

And with list after nearly identical list, it's become clear: Men think men should read books Author: Claire Fallon. Try it. See reading as a priority. Block out time. Not only will you read more, you'll feel good about it the fact you're doing something good for yourself.

4. Take advantage of "edge time." If.If women are behaving more like men and scholars attribute this to sexual liberation, we are entitled to be skeptical.

It is tantamount to saying that women are now free to behave more like men.BETWEEN THE LINES -- Guess Who Buys the Most Books. PATRICIA HOLT. Published am PDT, to buy fiction," whereas the New York Times stated last March that "more women buy books .