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82 of 92 people found the following review helpful
on November 30, 2006
If you haven't read the hardcopy version DO NOT waste your money on this marketing gimmick. Even if you have read the book, DO NOT waste your money on this gimmick. An abridgement is a shortened form of a work that retains the sense and unity of the original. Not so here. It is a series of sound bites randomly plucked from the book. This is a sad attempt to extract additional profit from a popular book. The hardcopy version offers some interesting insights. Stay with that, you'll get much more out of it.
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58 of 65 people found the following review helpful
on June 11, 2006
Listen up! This is a MAN (the author is a man) talking ... and STOP being addicted to the fantasy that any other way than how it happened would have been better! MOVE ON! Moving on doesn't mean that you don't love the person, or that your whole heart isn't for them, or that the relationship didn't mean anything, he isn't the love of your life, etc... Simply put ... if he won't fight for you ... he is a penny stock emotional investment. You were destined to be the loser if you had stayed any longer than you did. If the relationship was going to crash and burn ... hurt sooner rather than later. Life is to be enjoyed as much as possible. STOP wasting time with the wrong person. Just because he is just not that into you doesn't mean you aren't worthy of love.... you are lovable to yourself! Be your own best love and romance yourself. Only YOU can be 100% into YOU!
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60 of 70 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon April 22, 2005
Ok, read this book before you go out and start to date. I like this book from the perspective that before you get invested with the guy watch how the treats you. Now once again, do not get invested with a guy until you see how he treats you. This book suggests you deserve someone that will treat you the way you want to be treated. Do not settle for less.

It is a little cold hearted, but I think for the most part this book might save you some anguish. This book almost employs the tough love approach. You can not work from the perspective that you can make someone into the person that you want them to be, but if they do not match your standards move on, immediately.

Once again this book isn't about forming deep and meaningful relationships, but should really be a way to cull through the men in your life, and finding your keepers. Its a quick read, but worthwhile. A good book on relationships and those dynamics is Make Up, Don't Break Up by Dr. Bonnie Eaker Weil.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on April 4, 2008
I originally purchased this book, because I heard so much about "He's Just Not That Into You" and wanted to see what all the hype was about. I did not realize that this was not the full version and in fact was short sayings from the original book. Although it might be appreciated by someone who found the original book helpful and could be used as reminders for implementing some of the thought changes suggested by the book, it was NOT what I wanted. Be aware that you are not purchasing the full book!
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful
I haven't read a lot of books on men because I didn't think that I'd find one that I could actually USE. A friend recommended this one and I've been recommending it ever since. A lot of what I used to take as being "normal" I've realized is just weak behavior from men who don't really want me around for what I want to be around for! Good riddance to them!!!!! Half of a man or a piece of a man is NOT EVER acceptable, especially after reading and re-reading this book!
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37 of 51 people found the following review helpful
on August 10, 2005
I am so sad. As soon as I began leafing through this little book I recognized every single thing I read on every page... because I already read it.

Someone took the original "He's Just Not That Into You" & re-typed it with only 1-2 sentences per page.

Talk about stretching content to make a sale.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on August 18, 2005
Great book...Gives daily reminders that "He's just not that into you"...Sometimes we need daily reminders..if you do..this book is for you...
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16 of 22 people found the following review helpful
on November 10, 2005
A direct honest eyeopener for women to understanding male behavior. At least for me it was. Recognizing that you set your own standard for how you expect to be treated and hold to that. Expect that he should treat you well and don't wait around if he doesn't. Find someone who is going to treat you well, is going to keep his word, is going to call when he says he is going to call. There is no excuse for bad manners and bad behavior. And only you can decide how much of that you will allow in your life. This book really helped me clarify men's dating behaviors (which looking back should have been obvious, but for some obscure reason it was not) and helped me be more self confident so instead of agonizing over why he was not calling, I knew why. He just wasn't that in to me. And I can live with that. :) Very empowering!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on February 27, 2007
Gives you a jolt of realty. Squashes all of men's excuses. Harsh but worth listening too especially if you are in a questionable relationship!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on May 13, 2007
I purchased this book for my 16 year-old daughter. It gives good, common sense advise about men. It talks about how you are a great person and don't deserve someone who treats you poorly. There are examples of being treated poorly and the excuses that some women use to justify the behavior. One warning though: there are a few "bad words" in there; however, in my case, the good of the content far outweighed the bad words.
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