Soon we began talking almost daily, chopping it up about everything under the sun—the music industry, films, our kids, fame—but particularly relationships, a subject I really respect his opinion on. Sadly, they are writing a Manology part 2 as revealed by Tyrese in his unnecessarily long winded acknowledgments section. No, the situation is going to get addressed immediately. Either way it is knowledge. I liked that you got two different opinions from men at two levels of maturity. Even though they're at different points in their journey, Rev Run is married with two kids and Tyrese is a single dad still hesitant to settle down, both have been around the block a few times. With Rev's hard-earned knowledge on how to make a marriage work, and Tyrese's sometimes uncomfortable but always honest take on the single man's mind-set, Manology is your one source to help you take control of your love life and truly understand your man.
It was very useful The book says some truths about the habits of men, however it seems to me that women have to do a lot of work and self-sacrificing to get a man to commit and stay in that commitment. I can live with that perception, provided that it helps women gain some clarity about the men in their lives. It is a true masterpiece. So when he talked about what it took to be a man of God and raise a family with respect, spirituality and integrity, I had to listen. Not because all men are cheaters, manipulators, or pimps.
I'd actually give it a 4. I was still taking deep breaths because it is hard to read about what men need and expect from a lady, but it was enlightening because so few actually voice it out. Some of men's behavior can't be changed, but it is better to face the truth. In a house where truths were under the rug, I wanted to take that rug out to the front yard, shake it up and down and beat it with a broom until every one of the nasty, dirty little realities came falling out and scurried away from me. But after an unexpected argument in which Rev insisted that marriage is forever, and Tyrese countered that you could bail when the sex went bad, the two decided not just to agree to disagree, but to team up and open their debate to a larger audience. No matter how painful or distressing that truth might be, if you know it, you can confront it and move past it.
Two men, different viewpoints on relationships and maybe some common ground here and there. I purchased this book thinking it was going to help me understand me, instead I understood myself. Performer s : Read by Cary Hite. Manology will help you weed out the cheaters, manipulators, and pimps from the good men, and it will give you the tools to know if your man is the marrying kind. I really liked this book because it wasn't preachy! Manology will help you find the clarity to make the right choices in your relationship and move closer to the happiness that you deserve. Except for when it comes to our relationships.
Tyrese seemed to be the frontrunner of this book as he was given more subsections in each chapter and with every turn of the page that bore his font I shuttered. The idea of Manology was great. I understood that my mind-set would sound arrogant at best and downright exploitive at worst. Tyrese and Rev are unlikely best friends—Rev is married with six kids and Tyrese is a single dad still hesitant to settle down. However, Rev Run gives his opinion on the topic in a different perspective; he states he is afraid of God and will not cheat because of this.
Maybe not down to the last detail, but a similar mix of regality and ghetto love. After hours of intense conversation, I finally said good-bye. Staring back at her, I began singing my hit that was burning up the airwaves. Tyrese sent me out here to invite you and your girls to meet him backstage after the show. We should All take Heed and learn something in our everyday lives.
. This book is informing us of The Typical Male. Ok it's clear to me that this book is a complete waste of time. In my mind, there was no way that Run was actually sending these messages out from his own email account. Even though they're at different points in their journeys, both have clear insights on what it takes to make a relationship work and what can sink it instantly. However you want to label it, it was clear to me after a few more conversations that Rev had quickly emerged as one of the major forces in my life.
The dream of a man taking them by the hand and saying, Girl, I want to take the time and thank you for putting up with me. Towards the end, Tyrese is already considering to write a book 2; wonder if women will write a womenology. In Manology I want to encourage you to look past what you think you know about men and consider some of the insights Reverend Run and I are going to share in this book. Definitely worth swallowing my pride and just listening. Good advice from worldly and Godly perspective This book is very good in my opinion in that it gives advice to men and women from a worldly experience Tyrese and a Godly experience Rev Run.
After all what said and done though I did get tidbits of knowledge from their pages. In Manology-After-Dark, the guys even give the low-down on what men need in bed, before and after they put a ring on your finger. No matter how painful or distressing that truth might be, if you know it, you can confront it and move past it. The E-mail message field is required. Read this triumph of a book and watch your relationship change! There's a lot hype surrounding this book and justifiably so. Clearly Tyrese himself who thinks he is a catch and a half! No matter how painful or distressing that truth might be, if you know it, you can confront it and move past it.
I wasted my three years friendship with this fool. They both hit on some very good points that many people struggle with in a relationship. This book was horrible and that can be solely attributed to Tyrese. But who even wants a man so obnoxious as Tyrese Gibson? This is an excellent foundational book, if you keep finding yourself hitting a wall relating to your man. Read this triumph of a book and watch your relationship change! No matter how painful or distressing that truth might be, if you know it, you can confront it and move past it. So reading your truth at that point of the book and what Rev Run had to say about it which I often found myself agreeing more with than you made me feel better and better. He projects double standards and has unreasonable expectations for the women he dates, so it's surprising he has a gf willing to put up with all of that.