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Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus: A Practical Guide for Improving Communication and Getting What You Want in Your Relationships

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The Phenomenal #1 New York Times Bestseller In his classic guide to understanding the opposite sex, Dr. John Gray, provides a practical and proven way for men and women to improve their communication... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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Simply Wrong

This book is packed with assumptions and inaccuracies. There is no scientific evidence to back up any of this, in fact in the years since it was published there has been more and more research that directly contradicts many of these ideas. I knew the book was outdated, but wow, it actually has no merit.

Simplemente lo mejor!

Este libro es el mejor "traductor" entre los hombres y las mujeres...Para cualquier pareja que tenga (o haya tenido) problemas relacionales, o para prevenir futuros problemas en su relacion! El Dr Gray es un genio, y sus consejos son los mejores. Para cualquier pareja, de cualquier generacion, en el mundo entero! Leanlo, no seran decepcionados. Es la biblia del amor y de las parejas. Compranlo sin pensarlo dos veces!


its condition is good but it came late than i expected. because delivery time changed.

the most redundant book I have ever read

This book makes presents several valuable points: --Men believe in the adage that "if it ain't broke, don't fix it." A woman, on the other hand, might say that "if it ain't broke, upgrade it." Consequently, when a woman offers advice or criticism to a man, the man could misunderstand that she considers him inadequate. --Men like to be considered competent, whereas women like to be cherished. This difference could result in an misunderstanding. When a woman asks questions such as "Do you have enough cash?" or "Did you remember your umbrella?" she is treating others as she would like to be treated, but not as a man might like to be treated. --When men share their problems, they want solutions. When women share their problems, they want empathy. This difference results in situations in which a woman shares her problems, the man offers solutions, and the woman becomes angry because the man "is just not listening!" The difference could also result in a man feeling blamed for a problem whereas in fact he is not. --A man often wants solitude when he is thinking about a problem. A woman should be careful not to bother a man with questions at such a time. --A woman could have mood swings for no discernible reason. A man should respect those mood swings and not take them personally. --When a man wants help, he asks. When a woman wants help, she doesn't. A woman could make a mistake by offering help when a man doesn't ask. On the other hand, a man could make a mistake by not sensing when a woman wants help. --Women count all gifts and favors equally, regardless of size or amount. Many small gifts and favors are better than one large, expensive gift or favor. --If a woman asks a man for a favor and the man hesitates, she should allow a few seconds for the hesitation rather than hastily interpreting that hesitation as a refusal. However, this is not enough information to warrant three hundred pages.

great book

it's a great book, it makes sense as to why men and woman are so different, it is helping me a lot in my relationshp. I recommend this book to all my friends.
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