Men Don't Listen

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iUniverse, Mar 23, 2000 - Self-Help - 247 pages
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Men do listen! They don't feel! As they grow up an anesthetizing of feelings takes place. They're suppressing not only negative emotions, but also the positive emotions. This book is written for anyone who has been frustrated by male/female relationships and wants guidance in understanding the opposite sex. Head off misunderstanding. Finally , help for the male and female interested in improving or saving their relationship. If you're filing for divorce, separated, looking for a mate, alone and trying to understand what went wrong, all is carefully covered. The author is very, very good with word pictures and uses them frequently throughout the book. Another technique is using little vignettes based on true stories to illustrate a point. The Author uses extensive lists to get the readers ideas flowing. Within each chapter are jokes and popular quotations from a wide variety of sources to add a little punch. Some are humorous and others profound. "Marriage, which makes two one, is a lifelong struggle to discover which is that one." Dozens of case studies demonstrating where things went wrong and how they could erode your relationship.

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About the author (2000)

Wayne L. Misner is owner of Healthcare CIO, a consultant company in New Jersey. While being in the healthcare field for 35 years and a member of Parents Without Partners for 10 years, he has had the opportunity to facilitate many groups of men and women who were struggling with not being able to listen. He is the father of 2 sons and 1 daughter, and is one of the men he has written about.

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