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The Mind of a Man: 365 Relationship Scenario Discussion Questions

by Marissa Monteilh

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As an avid reader, I'm always in search of a new book to add to my overflowing TBR list. But there are a few unique books that have me on pins and needles waiting for its arrival. The Mind of a Man: 365 Relationship Scenario Discussion Questions is one of them. In 2014, Author Marissa Monteilh gave readers The Mind of a Woman that send waves throughout the reading community. Now she's back with The Mind of a Man: 365 Relationship Scenario Discussion Questions. An interactive, thought-provoking, and excellent conversation starter.

This is the perfect book for couples, friends, family members, co-workers, etc. The questions will raise an eyebrow or two, but it will also challenge you to view things from a different perspective. Sometimes we can be set in our ways - so it's always good to learn something new - or change the way we look at certain situations. As long as we have breath in our bodies, there's always an opportunity to learn something new.

Thank you, Author Monteilh for providing readers with an opportunity to peel the layers and get down to the real conversations.

Men... This is your chance to make your voice known. Even though a lot of women won't admit it - we don't know everything and would love to find out what goes on in the Mind of a Man. ( )
  Book_Referees | Jun 8, 2016 |
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Your girlfriend's father prefers her ex over you. Do you still move forward? Would you stay with a woman who cheated on you? Have you ever broken up with woman you had no intention of leaving, just to teach her a lesson? Have you ever fantasized about one of your woman's friends? Do guys really worry about penis size? For seven years, best-selling author Marissa Monteilh has posted original relationship questions on her social media pages. Thousands of responses to her creative questions have generated controversial debates. The Mind of a Man, the companion piece to The Mind of a Woman, is a compilation of those posts, as the top 365 relationship scenario questions were selected for this fun, interactive non-fiction book. Ladies, it's time to ask the men in your life what they really think. Male and female readers will enjoy discussing these topics during book club meetings, family gatherings, office parties, intimate evenings, etc., and readers will test their own relationship boundaries privately. Find out what your man would do. After all, the mind of a man is a mystery. We've been asked to think like a man, but it's time to calmly and openly hear men's honest replies, while we continue to think like the beautiful and fascinating women we are.

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