Death Of The Cheating Man by Maxwell Billieon and Ray JBy Teresa Beasley • Nov 12th, 2012 • Category: Book Review 2012 • Email This Post • Print This Post
Why do men cheat? A question asked by many women who do not understand the men in their relationships. Well ladies some of our questions are answered in Death Of The Cheating Man by Maxwell Billieon and Ray J. This three-part book provides readers insight into a real life example of a cheating man.
Part one informs readers of the origin and myths about cheating. Part two shares conversations between Maxwell Billieon and Ray J related to different scenarios that involved Ray J’s cheating behaviors. Maxwell Billieon provides notes directed to both men and women to enlighten them on how to change their behavior in these given scenarios. The final part addresses women explaining how they enable their men cheating and teaching them how to become first in their men’s life.
I believe people can change if the desire is there to change. I applaud Ray J for sharing his flaws and taking the initiative to change. Death Of The Cheating Man doesn’t answer all questions but gives an overview of what to look for and what not to fall for in relationships. This book opened my eyes to things I realize now I overlooked in previous relationships. I recommend this book to those looking for a reference tool.
This book was provided by the publisher for review purposes.
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APOOO Rating: 3.5
Teresa Beasley is an aspiring writer from Indianapolis, Indiana by way of Evansville, Indiana. She has been an avid reader since the age of ten years old. Her passion for reading became a form of therapy, which helps relax her in times of trouble. She is a wife and mother of three sons. She currently works in the medical field, while pursuing her writing career. She reviews books because of her love and joy of reading, but also because she wants to share with others the meaning of a good book.
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