Men, women, and relationships: making peace with the opposite sex

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Beyond Words Pub., 1993 - Family & Relationships - 232 pages
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The ultimate guide to enriching relationships with the opposite sex, offering innovative ways to avoid and resolve conflicts. The author explains the strengths and weaknesses, needs and beliefs unique to men and to women, in order for them to learn to better understand and appreciate each other.

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Men, Women and Relationships : Making Peace with the Opposite Sex

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Men and women are alien species, writes relationship guru Gray in this 1993 forerunner to his bestselling Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus series, now in paperback. Women are emotional ... Read full review

Contents

The Art of Loving an Alien Being
1
Building a Relationship
23
The Primary Differences Between Men and Women
37
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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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