It’s obvious that men’s standards aren’t the same as women’s. That’s why
women will always have the upper hand when it comes to relationships, unless
men get together and formulate a new plan of action to rectify the overwhelming
dominance women have had over us for decades. It is about time
that the men figure out how to even the playing field and learn the ABC’s
when it comes to women and their different personalities.
I’m just saying! Living with a woman is not an easy task. Every guy has to
have his own list of preferences with what they are willing to accept from
women. It’s not as easy as it looks until you live through it. Living through
it is the hard way, but it may be the only way. What can you live with? What
can you live without? The choice is yours, but do we really have a choice?
Excuses are for losers!

“A Male’s Perspective”

Five Star Review on Amazon By MzChrissy

Great book from a male’s perspective. You have to have an open mind while reading this book and realize that it’s written based off of the author’s past experience. Grant it, when I first started reading this book I thought that the author was bitter, damaged, hurting or just plain crazy but I continued reading. For this to only be 75 pages, it picks up and is worth the read even if it’s just to gain some insight on the opposite sex. I will say that the last couple of chapters were better written and funnier than the first half of the book. Yes, this is a “hard” read but a good read.

About the Author

Miguel Chavis was born and raised in the Southeast corridor of Washington, D.C. He attended Catholic Schools in his early youth. Upon graduation, he attended Gonzaga College High School for two years then transferred to H.D. Woodson Senior High School. After High School, Miguel attended Hampton University for three years. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy as an Air Traffic Controller. He served on the Air Craft Carrier U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt CVN 71, Norfolk, Virginia, doing two tours – Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi War Persian Gulf receiving the Navy Conduct Medal, Sea Service Deployment Ribbon, Navy “E” Ribbon, national Defense Service Medal and the Navy Unit Commendation Medal. After being honorably discharged from the Navy, Miguel has worked as a Government contractor in the DC area and overseas. He has completed his education receiving a BS degree in Psychology, Master’s degree in Homeland Security, and is currently pursuing a 2nd Master’s degree in Public Administration at the University of the District of Columbia.

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