Actor/Comedian Steve Harvey is determined to help women with their relationship issues through public speaking and books. If you recall, earlier this year Harvey co-moderated the ABC Face-Off that focused on Why Black Women Can't Find a Man. He, along with the debate panel shared their thoughts and offered advice on the subject matter to a large crowd of single black women.
Harvey's last book, “Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man” highlighted what women should and shouldn't do in relationships and gave a lot of insight on the way men think. The book had such a massive readership that according to USA Today, it became a #1 best seller.
Now, after the success of “Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man,” Harvey is ready to drop the sequel and continue to help women find love through “Straight Talk, No Chase: How to Find, Keep, and Understand a Man.” The new book is scheduled to be released Dec. 7, but is currently available for pre-ordering via amazon.com.
During an interview with Black Voices, Harvey gave some food for thought on what we can expect to get from the book.
“I go so deep into the mindset of men, and how we operate and function, and I give women real things that they can do, to help in their relationship. You know, look man, men are not bad people. But women think we’re bad because they don’t get us at all. We’re very, very simple. We all think alike. We all basically think alike when it comes down to commitment, love, relationships, money, sex, whatever it is. We all about basically think the same,” he said.