Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus: Book of Days

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Vermilion, 1999 - Communication in marriage - 432 pages
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There's no doubt about it; the relationship between men and women is extremely complex. We often forget just how different the sexes are, and become frustrated and confused by a loved one's behaviour. In this volume John Gray's expert relationship advice is distilled into powerful, daily inspirations that lovingly and insightfully remind us of the contrasts between Mars and Venus, allowing us to resolve conflicts in our relationships. It includes comforting and helpful advise on:

* giving and receiving emotional support
* discovering and awakening your hidden qualities
* keeping passion alive
* reacting to, and coping with, stress
* maintaining your zest for life

Whether you need thoughtful reminders yourself or know a friend or loved one who will benefit from these beautiful reflections, Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus Book of Days is a must.

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User Review  - celticstar - LibraryThing

I know it says a quote for every day and maybe I overdosed and read too much at once, because I was starting to feel very cynical by the time I got to the end :-) Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1999)

Author of the best selling Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus (1992) and its sequels, John Gray is a frequent guest on popular talk and news programs on both radio and television and teaches seminars on relationships and communication. He has written over fifteen books including Why Mars and Venus Collide. His books have been translated into 45 languages. He lived as a monk for nine years, receiving his bachelors and masters degrees in Creative Intelligence from Maharishi European Research University. He received his Ph.D. in psychology from Columbia Pacific University and is a Certified Family Therapist. He is also a consulting editor of The Family Journal. In 2001, he received the Smart Marriages Impact Award.

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