How To Experience Great Men in Your Life
…even if nothing else you’ve ever done before has worked!
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Imagine yourself in a loving, fulfilling, and easy relationship with a great man.
A relationship that brings out the best in both of you, where you both feel appreciated and accepted.
A partnership in which you understand each other, and respect and love each other unconditionally.
Where you enjoy intimacy, laughter, and looking forward to a future together.
Could you get excited about a relationship like that?
If you’re like the majority of women I have worked with since 1997, the answer is a resounding “YES!”
Although the man you’re thinking of as you read this might be the future husband you’ve yet to meet, your current boyfriend, or the man you’re already married to, don’t overlook all the other relationships you have with men in your life:
- your father
- your brother(s), uncles, or cousins
- your friends and acquaintances
- your co-workers
Sometimes it’s those relationships that are the ones that get in the way of having the life we want, aren’t they?
It doesn’t have to be that way!
Unfortunately, many women aren’t experiencing what they want with the men in their lives (maybe even…you?).
Do any of these strike a chord in you?
- You’re tired of dating men who are wrong for you
- You wonder if your man will ever propose, or if you can even trust that he’s the right man for you
- You can’t remember all the great stuff that had you marry your man
- You want to teach your kids how to have successful relationships in their lives
Maybe you’ve caught yourself thinking or saying:
- I’m running out of time
- I thought it would have happened by now
- I must be doing something wrong
- All the good men are already in relationships
- I’m too old/fat/successful/unattractive for men to want me
- I don’t know if I’m with the right man
- He won’t ask me to marry him
- He just doesn’t listen to me any more
- He doesn’t do anything around the house
- I think I may have made a mistake in marrying him
- I can’t get him to talk to me
- I don’t agree with the way he’s being with our kid(s)
- I can’t get him to (fill in the blank)
- Men just aren’t capable of giving me what I want
If you answered yes to any of the above, here’s my promise to you: I will teach you how to see and appreciate the greatness in the men in your life.
This will not only transform your personal and professional relationships but also impact your community – and even the world.
“Karen has written an eye-opening and important book that will heal the hurts within our hearts when it comes to the opposite sex. A very important read to help end that very destructive war between the sexes.” — Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway
Do you think loving, successful and fulfilling relationships with great men are for other women, and not for you?
You can have amazing relationships with men, regardless of your current situation.
Whether you’re married, in a relationship, dating, or single (even if you’ve sworn off men), you can improve your relationships with the men in your life – in some cases, dramatically.
And it’s simpler than you may think!
If your relationships with men aren’t working, it’s not all your fault.
I would venture to say that most women have not had successful relationships modeled for them. Some of you may have been raised by a single parent due to a divorce or to the death of a parent. Even if you’re lucky enough to have had parents who are/were lovingly married for 50 years, the negative media portrayal of men as violent and stupid may have unknowingly altered your beliefs about men.
“The book is REALLY great. I really see huge value in spreading the word especially that I now have a son. Now that I have a son, I have been much more aware of what people say about men.” — Jeanne
Friends or colleagues complaining about their boyfriends and husbands or those seemingly harmless email jokes can also affect us more than we may realize. The message about men that you are inundated with daily is hurting you and hurting your relationships with men.
In this book I reveal what you can do – starting today – to create successful relationships with men. While the steps are simple, it won’t always be easy. At times it is challenging and does take work. If you take what you learn from this book and put it into action, your relationships will improve.
I decided to write this book, as I felt a visceral pain in my heart every time I watched or heard a commercial that denigrated men. I saw how the media was wreaking havoc in the relationships between women and men and diminishing women’s attitudes toward men.
Based on my own experiences and those of the women I have coached over the years, it became clear that this persistent man-bashing, ‘men are stupid’ culture was impacting the beliefs and ability of women to create the relationships they dreamed of.
“Men Are Great can strengthen women’s relationships with husbands, boyfriends and fathers by dispelling many of our negative myths about men. An eye opening, entertaining, thought provoking guide. An invaluable guide for women willing to see men in a more positive way.” — Linda Nielsen, Ph.D., Author of Embracing Your Father: How to Create the Relationship You Always Wanted with Your Dad
You’ll get more than just my viewpoints. I share what I learned when I interviewed the leading experts in relationships and in misandry (the hatred of men) to find out how the media portrayal of men is damaging to our relationships and male self-esteem. I also interviewed lots of men and women to find out what was working – and not working – in their relationships. Their tips and thoughts are included in the “Men are Great” book.
“Karen Jones wrote MEN ARE GREAT primarily for women but I believe that it will be of equal interest to men. It should help men understand why they often feel shame about simply being a man. Hearing affirming, positive comments about men from a woman is a welcome addition to the current gender dialogue.” — Jim Bracewell, Editor of MENSIGHT MAGAZINE
Here’s a taste of some of the things you’ll learn:
- Why looking for a man to ‘complete you’ doesn’t work. (p. 26)
- A surprising statistic about divorce that may shock you. (p. 35)
- The impact of those male-bashing jokes, ads and commercials on men, boys and even women with great attitudes about men. (p. 39-49)
- Why products and ads that negatively portray men and boys continue to run. And how you can spot them (p. 50-57)
- The consequences of acting like a man in a work environment. (p. 63-66)
- How the absence of a father affects math and science scores. (p. 78)
- The single most important quality a woman can bring to a man. (p. 80)
- How to get what you want in your relationship. Hint: Criticism isn’t it. (p. 83)
- Two shifts you can make today to deepen your relationships with all men. (p. 95)
- Why you attract a certain type of man and how you can attract great men. (p. 115)
- What causes some women to see a shortage of great men and others to see the opposite. (p. 125-127)
- How you may be inadvertently drawing out the not-so-great side of great men.
- Think it’s true that men are commitment phobic? This statistic will surely change your mind. (p. 160-161)
…and much, much more.
“I found this book invaluable–Karen Jones REALLY understands men. If you want to have a better understanding of the men in your life, have more positive, productive, and loving relationships with the men you know and the men you will meet, this book is a must.I found especially interesting the discussion about the laws of attraction (that you will attract who you are; this was a real eye opener, and will help you to be more insightful about the men you attract or don’t attract). If you want to get to the bottom of why your relationships may not have worked well in the past, or you want to improve your current relationship, read this book.” — Cheryl
Unless you’re completely committed to a negative view of, and unsuccessful relationships with, men, the “Men are Great” book will help you see men in a new light. It will show you actions and attitudes that will improve your every day interactions with men. By applying the tips and insights shared, you can improve your relationships with all men – some dramatically – and at the same time bring out the best in you as a woman.
“My friend bought me your book at your book launch. I love it! I have not been able to put it down. I have noticed how many great men are in my life and how many more keep showing up more and more everyday.” — Marnie
You could figure this out yourself through trial and error. Or, you could work smart. Save yourself some time and heartache and learn from the dozens of men and women who contributed their stories and experiences to the book.
If your relationships with men are less than you’d like (or that you know in your heart you’re capable of), then you need to do something different. You could spend your money and hire a coach, or you can get your copy of “Men Are Great” for only $14.95.
I can only imagine the difference this information would have made in my life 30 years ago. $14.95 is a very small investment when you consider the results that are possible in your life.
Men and boys need us more than ever.
Let me wrap up by making a bold statement. It’s time for a revolution. It’s time to stop bashing and minimizing men and start loving them. It’s time to start creating fulfilling, loving and successful relationships with men that bring out the best in both of us. It’s time to teach our daughters and sons by our example. As women we can take a stand for men and, as a result, drastically improve our relationships with all men. Can you imagine what would be possible if men and women were living from their best selves? I imagine this every day…and I love what I see!
It doesn’t matter what your current relationship status is, any woman can learn how to improve her relationships with men by reading the “Men Are Great” book. Grab a copy today and begin to apply the tips immediately!
Wishing you great men in your life,
P.S. It’s time for you to have fabulous relationships with men.
“Wanted to let you know how much I’m enjoying your book. It is personal, passionate, and on-target about men and women.” — Jed Diamond, best-selling author of Male Menopause and The Irritable Male Syndrome
“Karen Jones has done both men and women a favor by writing Men are Great. She urges women, in particular, to recognize, acknowledge, and do something–at least in their own personal relationships–about the negative stereotypes of men that now prevail in our society. These stereotypes are not only negative but also destructive; they destroy the self-confidence of men, and they destroy relationships between men and women. In the long run, moreover, they could destroy society. How? Not so much by increasing sexual polarization (something bad but also something that, to some extent, has always been with us) but by encouraging women to believe that they can live entirely without men (which has become a possibility recently due to the availability of sperm banks and new reproductive technologies). Although Jones focuses her attention on psychological problems, she does refer to some of the cultural ones that generate them. She quotes people who don’t rant but instead discuss with sensitivity the inherent complexity of relationships between men and women. And she points readers to other useful books on men.” — Paul Nathanson, Ph.D., co-author of Spreading Misandry: the Teaching of Contempt for Men in Popular Culture and also Legalizing Misandry: From Public Shame to Systemic Discrimination against Men
“As a wife for over 10 years with two young sons, I found this book to be moving, inspiring and a great reminder of all I can do to make the men of my life(and the world at large) know their incredible worth. I love the tips that are sprinkled throughout the book and the way Mrs. Jones makes it so clear how to implement changes and habits that can make your relationship great. I am blessed to have married a great man, but there certainly are times when I wonder what I was thinking when I chose to get married. Mrs. Jones’ book reminded me that I have responsibility in bringing out the greatness in him. And that it really is an easy and wonderful thing to do. I really can bring out the best in both of us so that we can have a wonderful, happy, and fulfilling marriage. Thank you, Mrs. Jones, for writing a book that, I hope, will make such a huge difference to men and boys everywhere.” — Rona Gofstein