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Reviewed by Maria Beltran for Readers' Favorite
Treat Her Right by Jeremy Zon is a short non-fiction book on one of the most important issues facing all of us today. Consisting of nine chapters, it covers a lot of ground regarding the usually complex relationship between a man and a woman. And if you're one of those men who has problems relating to women, this is surely a must-read book for you. Brief but inspiring, each chapter is surprisingly enlightening. What Has Changed Over Time is a particularly interesting chapter because it provides an exposition on how the man-woman relationship has evolved over the years, and can perhaps give us a clear picture of the real state of things today.
Jeremy Zon's Treat Her Right is the book that could probably make you a better and happier person. The world is changing and it is changing very fast. And along with these changes is the ever growing complexity of dealing with the opposite sex. As the title suggests, Treat Her Right is a book that exhorts and attempts to teach men about the difficult task of how to relate successfully with women. Speaking from experience, Jeremy Zon talks in a simple and vivid way. And he reminds us that the good, old, solid marriage and family relationship is still the foundation of society, no matter how much things have changed from the past. Although Treat Her Right focuses on men, it is also talking to women because, after all, it takes two to make a beautiful and lasting partnership.