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Apr 15, Hillaree rated it really liked it At first you will think this is not me! I'm feminine! Think again I have found that over the years I have developed more masculine energy being in the work force which is great but it's learning how to nurture both and not loose your true core self. I would recommend this book to any woman and the author has written a book for the guys. Thank you to my friend Kristi for leading me to his writing. From this particular book, there wasn't alot to take away If you want a man who will not interfere with your life as it is, who will not make loving demands of you so much as offer emotional support and acce excerpts from It's a Guy Thing by David Deida.

Why do I always get involved with a man who can't give me what I want? But you should not be deceived by its slick presentation.

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This book has a lot of wisdom in it. It is written for women, but anyone can learn from it. It's a Guy Thing deals very effectively with some complex matters while managing to entertain and amuse.

Deida is clear that the masculine not necessarily, but usually, predominant in males and the feminine not necessarily, but usually, predominant in females are both wonderful and yet are very different.

Men tend to have achievement external to their relationship as their mission or highest priority, while women tend to place family and partnership as their most important pursuits.

And also much delicious polarity. Deida shows us the wondrous differences between the masculine and feminine versions of love and vulnerability. Women's greatest gift, he says, is radiance, while men's is force or commitment. The author has a lot to say about polarity. He says relationships can work where the woman occupies the masculine polarity more and the male lies more in the feminine region, but this is rare.

More common and more problematic is the situation where men or women stop fully embracing their deep essential natures. For example, a fundamentally feminine woman puts her career before relationships, thereby deadening her feminine energy. A loss of polarity may result and ultimately the relationship can turn dead from the inside out.

Similar results ensue when a man loses touch with his masculine essence due to his fears of being judged negatively for tenaciously following his mission or for ravishing "his woman" as Deida fearlessly and repeatedly phrases it. Deida torpedoes numerous sacred cows, demonstrating through his direction and courage the commitment he hoes that every man may find or hold to in his life. Deida is clear that men and women in relationship need to have boundaries and get over the idea that we should be able to tell our partner anything.

Partnership, he tells us, operates on a different wavelength than friendship; chit chat does not promote love. Nor is our current preoccupation with equality necessarily wise; fairness is not always best!

It's a Guy Thing

He encourages both men and women to know their bottom line issues in relationship. Deida shows us the wondrous differences between the masculine and feminine versions of love and vulnerability. Women's greatest gift, he says, is radiance, while men's is force or commitment. The author has a lot to say about polarity. He says relationships can work where the woman occupies the masculine polarity more and the male lies more in the feminine region, but this is rare.

More common and more problematic is the situation where men or women stop fully embracing their deep essential natures. For example, a fundamentally feminine woman puts her career before relationships, thereby deadening her feminine energy.

A loss of polarity may result and ultimately the relationship can turn dead from the inside out. Similar results ensue when a man loses touch with his masculine essence due to his fears of being judged negatively for tenaciously following his mission or for ravishing "his woman" as Deida fearlessly and repeatedly phrases it. Deida torpedoes numerous sacred cows, demonstrating through his direction and courage the commitment he hoes that every man may find or hold to in his life.

Deida is clear that men and women in relationship need to have boundaries and get over the idea that we should be able to tell our partner anything. Partnership, he tells us, operates on a different wavelength than friendship; chit chat does not promote love.

It's A Guy Thing: A Owner's Manual for Women by David Deida

Nor is our current preoccupation with equality necessarily wise; fairness is not always best! He encourages both men and women to know their bottom line issues in relationship. Even the near absence of a discussion of men's rights issues from this book cannot much diminish my admiration for it, especially as very little space is devoted to women's claims either.

This book operates on a different and I would say higher plane, working to join the sexes in a place beyond and before divisive politics. The aphorisms fly fast and furious. Men typically speak from either their navel "their doing center" or their head "their thinking center" while women speak from their chest area "their emotional center". Just as most women will say anything when moved by their emotions, most men will say anything when moved by their mission.

The culture embraces women's primary sexual fantasy, marriage, but deprives most men of theirs, sex with a variety of attractive partners. Practical information appears everywhere, too. Deida gives examples of how a man can invite a woman to an event in a way likely to actually convince her to go.

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