"I've scooped a lot of the poop off the sidewalk so you wouldn't have to deal with it."He previously spoke about the importance of men finding the right women in their life."Every great man has a woman ... Greatness is when you're the husband and father you're supposed to be," Harvey revealed to ESSENCE magazine earlier this year.
"When everyone surrounding you looks up to you, depends on you, and you come through for them.
winner Josh Murray is apparently willing to try anything to salvage his love life, including turning to none other than Steve Harvey for advice. On Tuesday's episode of , Josh claimed he hasn’t done anything wrong.
(I’m just as confused as you are.) Josh has been put on blast for the way he acts in relationships, and it’s ruining his chances to find love. “That’s what’s tough to hear all the time,” Murray told Harvey.
Now, Dana wants to know whether they would be appropriate to post on a dating website.
Steve Harvey, author of the best-selling relationship book Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, has a strong—and funny—reaction to Dana's question.
They are from all walks of life — ballplayers, actors, truck drivers, insurance salesmen, guys I worked in the factory with when I was at Ford motors, and my father. e Harmony: So how are you friends reacting to your giving away their secrets?
Both Amanda Stanton and Andi Dorfman have bad-mouthed their ex publicly, with one calling him controlling while the other claimed he was verbally abusive. "In this relationship [with Amanda], I definitely take fault for continuing something and not being happy when I know I should walk away.
(Hello, Miss Universe.) “I’m going to help you out, because I’ve been on that end of it man, I’ve been ate up on the internet before,” Harvey said. Best I can tell, Steve is going to film Josh on a date and observe his techniques.
Of course, if the woman Josh goes on a date with already knows about his past relationships, this might be over before it even begins.
I was very careful in constructing this book to make sure it had no color to it and that is the beautiful thing.
I am talking about a subject I am an absolute expert on and that is manhood. I don’t know a man who is, but I am an expert on manhood. I don’t care how much we make, what we do for a living, what our religion is or what color we are. So when I sat down to write this book, I wrote it from the standpoint of what I was an expert at and from where I had the greatest source of information — and that was all of my friends who happen to be men. It is real conversation from a man who has no ulterior motive other than to tell them the truth.