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Interesting, I suppose,
This review is from: Why Mars and Venus Collide: Improve Your Relationships by Understanding How Men and Women Cope Differently with Stress (Paperback)
This book starts off very well with a scientific discussion of why men and women differ, which is very gratifying.
Gray then uses the book as an excuse basically to adumbrate his previous ideas and strategies - clothed in 'post-modern' language, with the subtext that 'society has changed' since he wrote his last book.
Yeah, well, maybe, and it's true there are some new ideas but basically his solutions are the same. Also, some of the dialogues are really stilted - would he really speak to his wife like that?
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Initial post: 16 Sep 2013 15:42:54 BDT
W. Braham says:
I agree the suggested dialogue is stilted, especially for a British reader. Nevertheless the basic ideas and concepts appear very sound and practical.
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