Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus: Get Seriously Involved With The Classic Guide To Surviving The Opposite Sex reinforces the fact that men and women are intrinsically different. The book helps women understand the inner workings of men and vice versa. The author stresses that in order to get along with the opposite gender, you have to understand their differences first.
When nurturing a relationship with the opposite sex, it is important to remember that your reactions differ in varied situations, according to Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus. The book tells you that when a woman tells a man her problems, it may not always be to find a solution but only for a cathartic release. Men on the other hand, generally like to suppress their emotions. When a man tries to solve the woman's problem, it is probably not the best course of action, according to the book. Dividing the book into 13 chapters, Gray discusses the many different aspects of a relationship. From the differences in understanding and perspective, to the way the two sexes perceive relations and the way they handle stress, the book provides interesting insights into communication, emotional needs and the various ways of understanding and solving problems.
The book is like a guide on how to maintain a relationship with your significant other successfully. It offers advice on how to read emotions, when to be concerned and when to let time do the healing.
John Gray is a popular author, lecturer, and relationship counsellor from America. His other bestsellers include 75 Ways To Say I Love You, Mars and Venus In The Workplace, What You Feel You Can Heal, Mars and Venus On A Date, The Mars & Venus Diet & Exercise Solution, Mars And Venus In The Bedroom, and Mars and Venus in Love.
Born in Texas, Gray graduated from the University of Texas and University of St. Thomas. He has a Ph.D from Columbia Pacific University and an honorary doctorate from Governors State University. Besides writing, he is also a family therapist. Gray is an eminent member of the American Counseling Association and the International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors. He was presented with the Smart Marriages Impact Award in 2001. He also writes columns for New York Daily News, The Denver Post, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and New York Newsday. Formerly married to Barbara De Angelis, he is now married to Bonnie and has three daughters.
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