Steve Harvey: Straight Talk No Chaser Review + Sisters Dating Lab

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Steve Harvey August 28 2013

Steve Harvey is known for his advice and his fresh, realistic approach to relationships. Now he is telling it like it is for a whole hour on his August 28 show, featuring surprise guests and updates on some of the fan favorites who have appeared on the show this year. Here’s what in store in this Straight Talk showdown with Steve.

Steve Harvey: Straight Talk No Chaser Review

Steve Harvey: Straight Talk No Chaser Review + Sisters Dating Lab

Steve Harvey is giving some of his best advice based on the book Straight Talk No Chaser on his August 28 episode. Have fans learned from his wisdom? (Joe Seer / Shutterstock.com)

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In 2012, Steve Harvey released a book of his advice, called Straight Talk, No Chaser. This was a follow up to his popular dating advice book, and here the focus was on men’s motivations and how women can use this knowledge and insight when it comes to navigating the dangerous waters of personal relationships.

Also on this show, two of his biggest fans are going to face off one on one in Steve’s Straight Talk Showdown, coming up on the August 28 episode. If you have read the book, this is a great chance to see whether you were paying attention.

Steve Harvey TV: Steve’s Dating Lab for Daughters

A thoughtful mom wants to help her daughters find the perfect guys. Can she get some good leads by going on a relationship talk show? Steve Harvey is putting his Dating Lab to the test and seeing whether he can make two matches for two women from the same family, coming up on his August 28 episode.

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Plus, what happens to all those singles after they get paired up on the show. Tune in this Wednesday to get an update on three best friends who asked Steve to play matchmaker for them. Have they been successful in their romantic pursuits with his help?

When you need a fresh perspective on the relationships in your life, where do you turn? Tell me in the comments whether you rely on the advice of a friend, a family member, or someone else. I bet everyone has slightly different answers, but I don’t think I would want my mom to try to set me up.

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