'Why Men Love Bitches' Book Review

1228 words 5 pages
Maryann Yanni

Interpersonal Communication

Patrick Humphrey “Why Men Love Bitches”

I picked up the book “Why Men Love Bitches”, by Sherry Argov, because I'm constantly told

I'm too nice to people and I'm sick and tired of being over looked by the opposite sex. I felt as if this

book could give me a wake up call and in a way it did. Argov is a very charismatic writer, that reels

you in to her text. There's certain areas in the book that seem to flash a light bulb above your head, and

then you seem to understand situations you've had in the past, similar to what's been described in the

book.

Sherry Argov tries to really stress that women need to respect themselves and their wants over

the wants and
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Although there were many negative aspects in the way this book was worded, it was actually a

great book overall, with a message that most push over women needed to hear for themselves. Argov

incourages women to celebrate themselves and to not take crap from anybody, man or not. She tries to

conclude it with the idea that a woman who holds dignity and respect for herself, will be followed by

people who also respect her and adore her. It's a good self help book for the desperate doormat who

feels backed into a corner with no where to go. Argov was succesfull in giving her readers a sense of

hope and empowerment. A lot of women need to feel that boost in their daily lives in order to keep

going, and this book could help provide that. She really had good intentions when she wrote the book

and I can respect her for that. I would probably recommend this book to a friend, just not a gulliable

one. The fact still remains that this book has an abundance of inaccuracy to be taken completely

seriously.
Argov, Sherry.Why Men Love Bitches. Avon, MA: Adams Media, 2002.

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