Confessions of 400 Men uncovers the untold side of the relationship story – the guy’s point of view. This book chronicles one woman’s quest to help other women, and men, better understand the men in their lives. Ultimately, it’s a book about men for men and the women who love them, and it explores what men had to say about life, relationships, love and sex when one woman cared enough to ask.
- Learn how men prefer to connect with women
- Discover how and why men cheat
- Find out why men do what they do
- Finally understand how lonely men are and the connection between their silence and their feelings
- Learn the truth about how men feel about sex
- Understand why he doesn’t want to tell you how he feels or talk about his emotions
- Find out how men like to be supported and, from his perspective, what’s the nicest thing a woman can do for the man she loves
Heidi was born outside of Philadelphia, PA and discovered her love of writing while living in upstate NY. She has a degree in Psychology and holds a Master’s degree from Syracuse University. She is based out of Philadelphia, PA and when she’s not writing, she enjoys taking ballet classes, staying healthy and adoring her rescued Blue Nose Pit bull, Lola Falana.
Nailed it! I have been married for a few decades and have three sons. I figured there wasn’t much I didn’t know about my 4 men but clearly I was wrong. Heidi Jay weaves the stories of her 400 men into a funny and thoughtful read that isn’t preachy.
This unique book has a data set large and diverse enough for a scientific study, but it is offered as a consumer-friendly (and entertaining!) opportunity for women to learn about who men are inside and for men to express themselves in ways they probably haven’t before.
The book was an easy, thought provoking read and I would recommend to anyone who wants to gain a better understanding on what makes men tick and how to improve their relationships. I loved this book!
Interesting; thought provoking and sometimes shocking. This book is a must read if you would like to know what men are thinking in their relationships, about themselves and how they wish to interact with their loved ones.