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Why Mars and Venus Collide Once upon a time Martians and Venusians functioned in separate worlds But in today s hectic and career oriented environment relationships have become a lot complicated and men and women are experie

  • Title: Why Mars and Venus Collide
  • Author: John Gray
  • ISBN: 9780061285349
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Paperback
  • Why Mars and Venus Collide By John Gray, Once upon a time, Martians and Venusians functioned in separate worlds But in today s hectic and career oriented environment, relationships have become a lot complicated, and men and women are experiencing unprecedented levels of stress To add to the increasing tension, most men and women are also completely unaware that they are actually hardwired to react differenOnce upon a time, Martians and Venusians functioned in separate worlds But in today s hectic and career oriented environment, relationships have become a lot complicated, and men and women are experiencing unprecedented levels of stress To add to the increasing tension, most men and women are also completely unaware that they are actually hardwired to react differently to the stress It s a common scenario a husband returns home from work stressed out and eager to kick back on the couch and watch television A wife returns home from work stressed out and wants to talk about it with her husband What happens Neither is on the same page, anger and resentment set in, and Mars and Venus collide Using his signature insight that has helped millions of couples transform their relationships, John Gray once again arms the inhabitants of Mars and Venus with information that will help them live harmoniously ever after In Why Mars and Venus Collide, Gray focuses on the ways that men and women misinterpret and mismanage the stress in their daily lives, and how these reactions ultimately affect their relationships It s not that he s just not into you he needs to fulfill a biological need, Gray explains And it s not that she wants to henpeck you she also has a biological drive He shows, for instance, how a husband s withdrawal is actually a natural way for him to replenish his depleted testosterone levels and restore his well being, and how a woman s need for conversation and support helps her build her own stress reducing hormone, oxytocin Backed up by groundbreaking scientific research, Gray offers a clear, easy to understand program to bridgethe gap between the two planets, providing effective communication strategies that will actually lower stress levels Whether in a relationship or single, this book will help both men and women understand their new roles in a modern, work oriented society, and allow them to discover a variety of new and practical ways to create a lifetime of love and harmony.

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    1. Synopsis Men and women are different In the event that you have already figured this out after several years of marriage, this book may yet give you some comfort in knowing you are not alone in your frustrations Why Mars and Venus Collide did have some helpful advice However, I think those helpful nuggets were already lodged in his early book, Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus There appears to be some gratuitous repackaging going on here I confess that while I was reading this book, my ang [...]

    2. A very validating book, and an incredibly fast read Explains how men and women deal with stress, with real life examples that ring so true Talks about the BIOLOGICAL and biochemical differences between men and women, and for me, learning that some things are biological changes my perspecive a lot Here are some excerpts I liked from the book Being aware of our innate biochemical differences frees us from the unhealthy compulsion to change our partners and eventually leads us to celebrate our diff [...]

    3. While I found this book immensely helpful in understanding my partner better and learning to adjust my expectations, I also found the book to be slightly sexist The author also makes frequent allusions to religion spirituality and seeking out a therapist as important tools without acknowledging that for some people these are not options or priorities The book makes many references to research about the brain, hormones, and evolution, which makes it seem very credible I found the sections particu [...]

    4. This book makes a compelling point for becoming a lesbian or a man Women can do and think about than one thing at a time and men can only do one thing at a time and need to be told what needs to be done which would you rather have for a partner Women should lower their expectations of the men in their lives, so as not to be disappointed by them.There is some truth in this book, hence the 2 stars instead of 1, but I still don t like it.Partially because I m not a stereotypical woman, so it s har [...]

    5. This was the first book I ve ever read by John Gray, and I only picked it because my library s e book selection is limited and there wasn t much available to check out in the Relationship genre This book does have some helpful communication techniques that might be worth trying if your marriage is in deep trouble, but I did take issue with some of itGray strives to explain the hormonal differences between men and women and how these differences cause wildly different behaviors and attitudes But [...]

    6. Actually marking this book as read is a total lie Very rarely do I not finish a book and up until now I have never thrown a book across the room in a display of displeasure and frustration This book infuriated me A very close friend of mine recommended the book to me and swore up and down that it truly helped her with her relationships I could only read the first two chapters before I threw the book across the room and decided enough was enough The author s views are extremely esoteric, sexist, [...]

    7. My dumbfounded disappointment with this book almost made me speechless Well, almost Unlike his previous books, this book lacks structure and substance The reeling reference to his websites and his other products makes me frown His takes on male female relationship and domestic bliss infuriate me Here are his two theories that particularly stand out in my mind First, A woman has body fat than a man, and that is what gives her lasting energy Excuse me, what kind of rubbish is this This statement [...]

    8. John Gray s books still hold lots of ideas about sex roles that I don t relate to, or am somewhat uncomfortable with, but this title seems to carry some scientific thoughts on the different ways that men and women handle stress that can lead to misunderstandings But I m guessing that no matter how many books I read about male female relationships, they will continue to baffle me

    9. I really enjoy John Gray He is my favorite author and teacher on relationships By learning the differences between men and women , it is so much easier to keep a healthy relationship this book is about how men and women act differently to every day stress I have most of his books and never been dissapointed He is great.

    10. This book is the best I feel so much happier and less stressed Jared has seen and benefitted from the dramatic lessons I ve learned that are contained in this magic book I have a little bit left to go, but as soon as I m done I think he will read it too.

    11. Answers how to get over the difference in mentality between men and women as it is explained by their hormones Nothing can beat explanations based on human physiology.

    12. very helpful book to understand how both man woman deal with stress and then collide, in addition of the tips to bring peace at home through communication well chosen words

    13. MUST READ The cover have explained its content approriately I must say Just to make it clear, Mars in the title refers to men while Venus refers to women, therefore, the title itself is self explanatory Why do men and women fight Its focus, romantic relationship between these two.It starts by explaining about different hormones that make men and women feel good Different hormones different needs different train of thoughts different ways to cope with stress I don t know if the hormonal things is [...]

    14. I received this book as a goodbye present from the SEA Client Development team and the, then, newly established SEA GFO team at UBS Singapore Actually I think Alvin picked out the book as he knew of my struggles since moving to Singapore and that not all reasons why I was to embark on a geographic and industry move into non profit were professional Also, he was just about to get married himself and might have consulted this book in the weeks and months before Since 2012 I have become good at not [...]

    15. I had high hopes for this book, but was overall pretty disappointed In the beginning, the author introduced his main point many times without actually getting to what his main point was When he actually got to his main point, the rest of the book seemed to be just a repetition of the same thoughts with various sentence structures There were some really great ideas, but overall, the book was disappointing.

    16. this was the first time ever when I finished one of the Mars Venus books this particular book was very beneficial was identifying how the male and female minds work and what happens when they Clash offers tools to help bring conflict resolution to a minimum allowing for better understanding of how the other person thinks

    17. Este es un libro ya viejito y muchas de las cosas en las que se basa, est n siendo reevaluadas ya, pero eso no quiere decir que no se pueda sacar algo bueno de l.Las met foras son algo importante y la de Marte y Venus se me ha hecho bien entretenida As que si quieren pensar algunas cosas sobre la relaci n de pareja y el manejo del estr s pueden echarle un vistazo

    18. It took me a long time to wade through this but it wasn t due to the content It was very interesting and I learned from it The problem with non fiction is there s not much plot to draw you in There s no need to read John Gray s first book Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus before reading this one but it does explain the whole Martian and Venusian concept There s only a little repetition between the two This book actually scientifically explains some of the things mentioned in his first book [...]

    19. I have already recommended this book to many of my friends who are in relationships as this is a must read as all the things talked about in this book will pertain to your situation at one point or another Here is a review The unprecedented levels of stress both men and women are experiencing is taking a toll on our romantic relationships Whether single or in committed relationships, we are often too busy or too tired to sustain feelings of attraction, motivation, and affection Everyday stress d [...]

    20. Due to biological differences between men and women, they react to stress differently If both the sexes appreciate and understand this fact, they can reduce conflicts between them and strengthen their relationship This is the theme of this book The author then goes on to describe why men and women fight with each other and gives some tips on how to resolve such fights The tips given are high on formality and rather mechanical Not sure whether these can be effectively applied in every cultural co [...]

    21. Gray reinforced the differences between men women and how they need to understand, and connect to their spouse It s a continuation from successful bestselling book, Men are from Mars, Women are From Venus As much as I would like to rate this a 5 star, there s no fresh ideas here except in few chapters, since the formula ideas had been introduced in his first book But still, it s an indeed a good book I learnt about oxytoxin hormone related to love Women produce oxytoxin as a way of showing they [...]

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