What do men really mean?

Originally my book “Woman to Woman” was to be a conversation I want to have with only women. Not much of it originally contained words directed toward our male counterparts. However, I realized that while the main content should be (and is) directed toward my sisters, some male insight added to the conversation could only open up the talk in a more profound way, and give women some much needed insight on what men REALLY think when they feed “lines” to certain women in order to feed their egos when they have gotten to the point where they are seeking to be unfaithful.

I decided to Facebook Message many of the men that show up on my Facebook thread to ask them a series of questions basically called, “What Men REALLY Mean When They Say…” To my delight and surprise, almost all of the men I messaged were happy to help me with this venture! I let them know that I am asking them to break “guy code” for me, thereby giving them the option to be quoted in the book as anonymous, or with their first name published only. Not surprisingly, most of them have chosen the anonymous option, and that is fine with me. The insight they are giving me is sure to get them kicked out of “the club” should their fellow bros find out they gave out such guarded and juicy information.

All of the answers, whether they get used or not, gave me more clarity, and has helped to add more content to my writing – not having enough content to end up with a decent amount of chapters has been my biggest concern. Moreover, it is my sincerest hope that the women who read my book will take what these men have said to heart when considering whether or not to allow themselves to become involved with a man who is already involved with someone else.

I will certainly give the men a shout out in the “Acknowledgements” section of my book, but I want to thank them even now for their input, support, and honesty which puts me one step closer to fulfilling my dream of becoming a successful published Author…thank you gentlemen from the bottom of my heart.

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