What Women Want....Really!

A Pocketbook Guide for Men

Non-Fiction - Relationships
86 Pages
Reviewed on 05/22/2016
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Author Biography

Kathryn Foster, Ph.D., is a psychologist
in private practice in Ft Worth, Texas.
With a masters degree in marriage and
family counseling and a Ph.D. in
psychology, she has practiced psycho-
therapy for 29 years.

She is also the author of two novels of
psychological interest: Sessions: Memoirs of a Psychotherapist and Finding My Way.

She has written three nonfiction
books: The Naked Truth About Men (And Romance,) What Women Want....Really! (written for
men but meant to be read by couples,) and When Your Relationship Changes (how to find strength when going through a break up.)

She describes herself as a pretty good yogi, a constant re-decorator,
a country western dancer, radio guest speaker, addicted to tea,
and a lover of natural healing methods.

She has recently written a musical entitled, This is Hello, about two people with multiple personality
disorder, their inside “people,”and their
romance. Dr. Foster has worked with people with this disorder for 29 years.

If you'd like to be an advanced reader for her new novel, Past Lives: Memoirs of a Psychotherapist, visit www.booksbykathrynfosterphd.com.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

What Women Want....Really! A Pocketbook Guide for Men by Kathryn Foster is a useful tool for all those men who want to have a successful relationship with a woman and build a history with her. The book reveals the top secrets of what a woman is looking for and offers step-by-step guidance on how to give emotional support that leads to a loving and enduring relationship. The book also has a couple of questions to help male readers engage their female partners, helping them to understand the man better. The book highlights the importance of revealing both sides of a male psyche to a woman; the hard side and the soft side so that she can be confident while committing.

The author handles the topic methodically and goes into finer details, making it easy to practice these while dating a woman. Everyone wants to love and be loved and this book will help to crack the mystery called 'women' and also show men that women are not as difficult to understand as they think. The author also speaks about the common mistakes men make while handling women, and suggests alternatives that can improve their relationships.

The topic is relevant and the book is useful to both men and women. The author handles the topic with finesse and elegance, and the book provides emotional sensitivity and reaches out to readers nicely. Men can look inside themselves and change the way in which they handle their relationships and communicate better with their wives, partners, and girlfriends.