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Bethenny Frankel five time New York Times bestselling author self made businesswoman and media maven shares her ten rules for relationship success and takes us on an empowering journey to learn how to say yes to loveFrom running her Skinnygirl business to being a mom and a TV star Bethenny Frankel appears to have it all But when it comes to relationships she is the first to admit that she has failed—a lot In fact Bethenny has made every mistake from calling when she shouldn’t have to misreading signals to staying with a guy for all the wrong reasons In working through the mistakes she has gained insight and wisdom about what matters most Filled with personal stories and the no nonsense advice she’s known for New York Times bestseller I Suck at Relationships So You Don’t Have To is the next step on Bethenny’s A Place of Yes journey She offers an unflinching but ultimately hopeful look at what it takes to find real love including tips on dating how to trust your gut avoiding self sabotage and much It’s easy to give up on romance to expect the worst and to doubt yourself but you shouldn’t be satisfied with a relationship that is mediocre—your relationship can and should be incredible Using Bethenny’s “A Place of Yes” attitude you too can find love and a relationship that is successful fulfilling and happier than ever before


10 thoughts on “I Suck at Relationships So You Dont Have To

  1. says:

    Well this was pretty terrible Bethenny makes a lot of general assumptions about men that I completely disagree with and her therapist constantly chimes in on every chapter to completely dispute everything she just said which is pretty good proof that she doesn't know what she is talking about I went into this book expecting entertaining stories about her sucking at relationships but instead I got a supposed self help book that proved to do harm than good Her other books are mindless fun but this was both boring and awful I'm not sure what she was thinking with this one


  2. says:

    2 we all suck at relationships starsLoved the title loved it was a little self help written by someone we could all relate to but the book read uncomfortable with all the therapist notes and uotes that didn't always flow This is another case of the title didn’t live up to the book It had the potential but really it just didn’t flow and many parts were uncomfortable She bared her vulnerabilities to the world in this book and all I can think of is wow you and your therapist included in this book need to take on some serious sessions She makes a lot of small mistakes and escalates them while putting herself down This reads kind of boring but if you are just sitting around the house needing something to read pick this up and find somewhere comfy to sit it’s a bit of a dry read


  3. says:

    So it’s 105am on 1219 and I can not seem to want to put this down until I finished it Fast forward to 1208am on the third and this book is done I do not normally read books by celebrities so early in the year but I really did enjoy this one One of my closest friends is in a really unhealthy relationship and honestly when I picked this up I wanted some prospective from someone else about what unhealthy is or if I was just over reacting Let’s be honest the title of this book makes you want to read it as well just for pure curiosity I find Bethenny to be a no holds bar kind of personality and I love that about this book and her writing style To people who are the same personality type as Bethanny you will love this book It was like reading a book of letters and suggestions I would write to myself as I get older She struggles with so many of the same things as many women and it makes this relatable for anyone who has tried to love and failed and thought they were at fault I don't think that all girls can relate to this book it just depends on your personality You have to have an open mind and open heart to be able to take something from the pages of this book I think if I learned anything it showed me that love in any form has to start with loving yourself and that is an important lesson to learn early on I also learned something new about myself I have to let my friend make her own mistake find her own path and be there even if it is from a distance I give this a four feel good stars and can see myself picking up another book by Bethenny when I need an emotional pick me up


  4. says:

    This book was highly informative and insightful It's brought me to the realization that I should have expectations and not something ridiculous either but reasonable expectations I also realized there are a lot of positive and negative things I was doing or have done and am currently doing in my relationships I really enjoyed this book I will keep it handy so I can go back to it as needed Thank you Bethenny


  5. says:

    This book was a big disappointment Forcing myself to finish this book was like having a fat trainer; wondering why I was listening to someone who can't follow through herself


  6. says:

    LOL I read this so y'all don't have to Seriously don't bother You will not find much that's useful here


  7. says:

    I picked this book up at the library with the only context being the title and the short paragraph on the backAt first I was interested Bethenny presented ideas about dating and relationships that were different from my own As I listened further I realized that she plays a toxic game with relationships love and communication She perpetuates incredibly bad behavior that is instilled as desirable behavior within magazines and flashy attention grabbing media outlets I didn't finish eading this book because I found myself wanting to write a counter response book telling her what she actually needs to do to stop screwing up her relationshipsDon't read this book there are better things to do with your time


  8. says:

    I reserved this book at the library because I expected a relationship memoir with a tongue in cheek title Nope the title is uite literal If you are someone who enjoys reading dating columns in magazines like Elle Marie Claire and Cosmo then perhaps you will enjoy this book If you and your friends are in a dating season of life then you may also get a kick out of Bethenny's advice However if you are just reading this because you are a fan of RHONY like me then prepare to be disappointed This book wasn't dishy at all— Bethenny doesn't even offer up a spoonful of dirt on her own life I understand that she probably can't legally divulge details about her marriage and on going divorce but then she should have waited to write this book The result is that she refers to every prior relationship she's had as I once dated a guy who and this tactic makes it seem like she dated thousands of nameless faceless men Boring My other complaint is that the advice seems very two dimensional and retro men are cavemen and women are crazy This book is definitely talk show Bethenny than reality star Bethenny which boils down to the fact that she played it too safe in her writing


  9. says:

    I anticipate spending a lot of this year reading self help and self improvement books and have felt ashamed of putting them up on goodreads But guess what? I read these books and I have an opinion so here we areI consumed this book via audio book and that made it a way better experience for me I like Bethenny's tone and style so it was good to have her reading the book out loudThere isn't anything particularly new here but the noteworthy parts were The Burner Method seriously how did I not know about this? It was the perfect analogy for getting me to think about relationships and how various burners can hold various types of relationships so that we can give our brains and hearts a chance to think about what we want instead of putting all our eggs into one basket Lots of mixed metaphors there but hopefully that made sense There was none of this wait three days bullshit I think she genuinely was asking women to recognize where they were at and who they are as women and to find relationships that truly meet their needs Given how many books are written by authors trying to tell women how to snag men I think Bethenny tried to do something different It wasn't the best writing in the world but it got the point across and was a nice listen


  10. says:

    Unless this book got substantially better in the last few chapters I honestly couldnt stomach finishing it I guess she is the exception of a modern successful woman If all that is out there are neanderthal menI may chose to live alone Her advice about lightening up and not obsessing is sound but the mind games are ridiculous If a long term relationship is based on the games we play what happens when you let your guard down and be yourself?As for writing can you fit so many cliche expressions in one book honestly