Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus: The Definitive Guide to Relationships

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Element, Nov 4, 2002 - Communication in marriage - 307 pages
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First published in 1993, this book has become an international publishing phenomenon and is one of the most famous non-fiction publications of all time. A lively and accessible guide to successful communication between the sexes that has already helped many millions of readers from across the globe understand why members of the opposite sex behave the way they do, this new edition contains all the text of the original, including - what makes members of the opposite sex tick; how to understand their verbal and non-verbal language; how to motivate the opposite sex and get what you want; how to avoid arguments and promote fruitful; communication; how to score points with the opposite sex and impress your partner; the real emotional needs of the opposite sex and the behaviours associated with these needs; how to keep love alive and stay together long term.

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While I feel like there were a lot of great tips and advice in the book, there were parts that felt very outdated. I definitely believe there are nuggets of common sense that come out of the book ... Read full review

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I'm sure if every couple read this book they won't have pretty much any problems... this is a great guide for both genders to help understanding the other. Would recommend it to anyone. 5/5 Read full review

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John Gray Ph.D. is recognised internationally as a leading authority on communication and relationships. He is a psychologist, writer, lecturer and bestselling author who has been conducting seminars in major cities for over twenty years. Gray lives in northern California with his wife Bonnie.

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