He's Making You Crazy: How to Get the Guy, Get Even, and Get Over It (Hardcover)
"If there's one thing I know, it's crazy. A lot of people have called me crazy. Crazy Kristen! For a while there, it was practically my name. Women all over the world get called crazy every day. But we weren’t born crazy—we were made crazy.”
Unpacking the ups and downs of Kristen’s laugh-out-loud funny, sometimes cringe-worthy dating history, He’s Making You Crazy will hold your hand through deep self-reflection—while giving you that push to put on your detective’s hat and hack your man’s email account if you need to. From trapping your boyfriend in ridiculous lies to gathering all your crush’s security question answers on the first date, Kristen shares her no-holds-barred, hysterically funny, and hard-earned advice on men, love, and modern dating.
He’s Making You Crazy will give you the motivation you need to get out of an unhealthy relationship (the one that’s making you crazy!), the wisdom to step up and admit when you’re the one in the wrong, and the courage to keep your heart open through it all.
About the Author
Kristen Doute is a TV personality, designer, and entrepreneur known best for her fan-favorite role on BRAVO’s international hit series Vanderpump Rules. Her eco-friendly, ’70s-inspired clothing line, JAMES MAE, launched in 2014 and her “Witches of Weho” wine collection, created with costars Stassi Schroeder and Katie Maloney-Schwartz, was released with Nocking Point wines in 2019.
Michele Alexander is the coauthor of How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, the hilarious guidebook that became the basis of the hit movie starring Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey. She has coauthored numerous relationship advice books, including the one-two punch releases of How to Get a Guy in 10 Days and How to Get Over a Guy in 10 Days.
“He’s Making You Crazy is a new anthem for the countless women whose tendency to fall in love fast, frequently, and fully is considered a weakness. Doute chronicles her own romantic history unselfconscious of the dizzying, electric hope she got from being in love over and over again, an act of defiance to the notion that women who love this way can expect and even deserve any and all mistreatment, deceit, or malice from the ones they love.” —Alana Massey, author of All the Lives I Want
“Reading this book is like watching a Judd Apatow rom-com. It’s so colorful, funny, and empowering as well. Kristen has been through everything in a relationship and still comes out undaunted and a baddie!” —Jayme Foxx, host of CMT’s Tattoo Titans