The Man in the Mall Paul Barrows

ISBN: 9781420856736

Published: July 1st 2005

Paperback

176 pages


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The Man in the Mall  by  Paul Barrows

The Man in the Mall by Paul Barrows
July 1st 2005 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 176 pages | ISBN: 9781420856736 | 6.67 Mb

The Man in the Mall is a book that is designed to supply solutions to an age-old problem that continues to go unresolved. The problem being that there are a lot of women who complain about the fact their man doesnt like to shop at the mall withMoreThe Man in the Mall is a book that is designed to supply solutions to an age-old problem that continues to go unresolved. The problem being that there are a lot of women who complain about the fact their man doesnt like to shop at the mall with them or anyone else for that matter Most of the women that I spoke to came across as very annoyed and frustrated when it came to getting their man in the mall.

This anger was the result of year after year of trying to get him to go shopping with her, resulting in her going to the mall by herself. All that any of these women wanted to do was to share this- outside- the- home activity with the man in their life. What a concept This book attempts to show the highlights and lowlights of the dilemma that the shopping mall has been over the years.

What few highlights that the mall has had on relationships between men and women are far out weighed by the negative ones. The history behind this battle goes back to the 60s when the mall experience started expanding across the country. There are many things that the malls did which resulted in turning men off from shopping. Its this cause and affect that we will be delving into throughout The Man in the Mall. There are many parts to this amalgam that we commonly refer to as the shopping mall syndrome and history would indicate that it requires a multitude of solutions to remedy.

This book will reveal the solutions to such questions about going to the mall such as: When do we go? Should just the two of us go together? What size mall, and what type of store? How long should I keep him there? How do I plan this trip to the mall? Does it matter if the mall is close or far away? What department shouldI take him to when we get there? Is it all right to include the mall with something else? What do I do if I need a babysitter? Do I need to leave him alone, or do I stay with him? Who should drive the first time? Do I need to give him a lot of breaks from shopping, and if so where do



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