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The Man-U-All Love, Need, Want & Hate: The Man-U-All Love, Need, Want & Hate Paperback – August 24, 2013
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If Vawn is so HONEST and open, he should not wait for someone to ASK him for the truth...like a game of poker, he withods certain cards that for many people, would be deal breakers. Any guy who refers to women as "spare tires" has issues....issues that he should and NEEDS to resolve BEFORE spreading warped misguided "advice" to other people.
Observing Vawn smooth talk women and flirt with multiple women in front of a woman he is suppose to have RESPECT for is dispicaple and shows just how immature and self-serving he is. I would call Jevon Sims a dog but he is nothing more than a boy that still believes the garbage the male figures in his life taught him: women are disposable and that if you aren't asked you don't tell.
I would use this book to help women avoid men like Vawn...he just shows that being naive and trusting someone at face value can lead to heartbreak and dissapointment.
I give this book one star for helping to make women (ESP young/inexperienced) women of just how duplicit, confused, and misguided "grown" men can be. Perhaps more women would start asking the RIGHT question before the give up the goods and/or become emtionally invested in someone who is leading them down a very short road to nowhere.
I deducted four stars for the simple fact that that some men who may just take the time to read this nonsense might just buy into and and/or be encouraged to continue manipulating and playing emotinal games with women. If players like Vawn were forthcoming with their "honesty" BEFORE they got what they were really after (sex, sex, and more sex), the number of women and yhe QUALITY of their conquests would decrease significantly.
Fawn has no qualms about being honest about not wanting to be monogamous because the women who walk away will quickly be replaced by the next woman standing in the wings aka spare tire. Other women like Africa who started off seeming so confident and wise may stick around mainly because they're already emotinallly caught up and because they THINK they can handle the "competition" or that they have none. Allowing oneself to become an option while eliminating all other options is the second mistake women make on the road to heartbreak ( the first is giving up the goods to the WRONG person too soon/easily).
To sum up Vawn's philosophy: tell women what they wan to hear until he gets what he wants from them and if when asked to be honest about where the relationship is going, his exit srategy is to say that he is afraid of being hurt and is not in a place where he can give his heart to one person which to him means not share his penis with multiple women (at one time).
This book as everyone who has rated one star have already stated, is not a book about trust and honesty but lust, greed and deception. What Vawn says and does to get women to drop ther draws are lies and what he says after is his truth. At the end of it all he gets what he wants and thats all that matters TO HIM.
By writing and publshingpart this book, Vawn has some serious karma coming his way and its going to bite him in the ass when he least expects it. The BEST advice I can give to ANYONE, male or female who buys into this craziness is to get help. There are a lot of great books out there (and right here on Amazon) that can help you identify and begin to heal the emotional wounds and get you on the path to living a healthy and TRULY honest life.
Vawn is not a dog but an immature adult who still has a lot of growing up to do. Honesty my ass SMH.