This book was created for everyone from young adults to seniors. It was written from a male’s point of view, speaking to men who are endlessly struggling to understand the opposite sex. For women, this is a fascinating journey inside the male psyche. The book gives a young reader a glimpse of the future, with a recommended timeline for key life events. Mature readers, who have already experienced much of what is discussed in the book, should come away with a new found understanding, and perhaps even closure. Ms. Creant is a controversial, entertaining, yet informative look at everything which influences human behaviour including: relationships, life, health, biology, philosophy, sociology, theology, politics, genetics—even physics. E. A. Barker shares twenty-four “inappropriate” stories of life with women. The author based these stories of women behaving badly on his real life experiences, spanning four decades of his search for an ideal partner. The lessons taken away from the book will serve to help readers make better choices, become more aware, grow and change—at any stage of life.
Warning! Do not discuss this book in the workplace.
You risk being called into the Human Resources office.
A tongue-lashing may await you, or a permanent blot on your employment record may result.
Do not use the term: tongue-lashing, as it has sexual overtones.
Instead, use the word: reprimand.
Are you frigging kidding me?
We live in a world gone mad with political correctness, where groups claiming to be offended can scream for censorship and compensation. I wrote this intentionally inappropriate book, to test some of our fundamental rights in modern day society. Freedom of thought, freedom of speech, and freedom of the written word which our forefathers fought and died for, are quietly under attack, constantly and insidiously. A nation looking to control the thoughts of its people, will first take control of the country’s media, and the reporting of facts will stop. Soon after, they will target social and political satire. Finally, the state run educational system will produce masses, incapable of independent thought, which can be more easily led.
The mere fact that we cannot talk about our specific differences, in places of business or education, is a frightening development. Universities are where understanding is supposed to be developed. You cannot learn something without first examining it, and then discussing your observations.
Civilization appears to be moving farther away from the truth, with each passing generation.
The dome of silence is lowered every time we speak of the observed differences or apparent weaknesses in others. All too often, the group being scrutinized is living in denial, and is offended by the truth. In the worst instances, these offended parties use political correctness to further an agenda.
We are not all the same.
We should be openly talking about human civilization, societies, men, women, and relationships — as nothing may be more important in the grand scheme of things. Diversity makes a species stronger. Nature proves this time and time again, throughout Earth’s entire evolutionary process.
Communication leads to thought.
Thought leads to understanding.
Understanding is the key to a better world.
Censorship results in stupidity.
The stupid are easily manipulated.
This book is about relationships — BAD ONES! It should serve as a guide for men of all ages, to help them analyse their relationships, past and present, to find understanding and closure. This work is also very much about humanity’s desperate need for increased awareness in both sexes.
There are no mysteries, other than the ones we create for ourselves.
Ms. Creant: The Wrong Doers! was designed to be entertaining while encouraging the reader to ponder the possibilities. It contains more serious messages about education, health, life, happiness, and takes an anti-substance abuse stance. If you want to make better decisions to have a better life, stop escaping, recognize diversionary tactics, and choose to be happy. Your real life will begin the moment you put away childish things. . . .