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Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo for Readers' Favorite
The Problems with Women by Bobby Black is an insightful, educative, and humorous book that deals with the anatomy of women. From the start the book already announces that the reader is in for a tug-of-war, but the author isn't out to show how different women are from men. Coming across as an expert in relationships with women, the author leads readers to startling facts about women. One may think this book is another form of male chauvinist propaganda, but Black’s tone is sympathetic and compassionate, and he handles the different themes with a lot of humor and maturity. Whether he is talking about women’s obsession with their bodies or hair, or whether it’s about women and their friends, or other forms of eccentricities, the author offers insights on common attitudes and traits that women share, insights that can help men in building deeper and meaningful relationships with their female equals.
Bobby Black is undoubtedly one of those authors who seems to have done a good job in researching their subject because he writes with the confidence and insight that can only be gained through lived experience. His style is very simple and accessible and the beautiful prose is littered with numerous instances of humor. Although the title may suggest that this book is written for men, it will be an interesting read for women as well. Women reading this book will undoubtedly create a deeper sense of self-awareness, understand how men see them, and consider areas where they need adjustment in their growth in relationships with men. The Problems with Women is an interesting book on the nature of women.