Mars and Venus: 365 Ways to Keep Passion Alive #2020

Mars and Venus: 365 Ways to Keep Passion Alive By John Gray Mars and Venus Ways to Keep Passion Alive Nobody knows about the differences between the sexes than John Gray Ph D He is the man America turns to for help in deciphering the myriad complexities men and women face daily in their interactions
  • Title: Mars and Venus: 365 Ways to Keep Passion Alive
  • Author: John Gray
  • ISBN: 9780091826185
  • Page: 461
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  • Mars and Venus: 365 Ways to Keep Passion Alive By John Gray Nobody knows about the differences between the sexes than John Gray, Ph.D He is the man America turns to for help in deciphering the myriad complexities men and women face daily in their interactions with each other The author of nine bestsellers including the history making Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus John Gray expands on the expert advice touched uNobody knows about the differences between the sexes than John Gray, Ph.D He is the man America turns to for help in deciphering the myriad complexities men and women face daily in their interactions with each other The author of nine bestsellers including the history making Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus John Gray expands on the expert advice touched upon in his previous books and distills each message into a powerful, inspiring daily meditation in this newest volume 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 behavior Every day we need to be reminded of these differences and realize that it s okay to be different as long as we recognize and understand the behavior of the opposite sex In Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus Book of Days, John Gray provides us with daily inspirations that lovingly and insightfully remind us of the contrasts between Mars and Venus, allowing us to solve conflicts in our relationships Each month is devoted to a single theme, with the daily meditations enlarging on the particular subject at hand The topics correlate with the very traits of the month itself January, an exhilarating time of new beginnings, inspires resolve and the desire to excel In February, when we find ourselves deep in winter s grip and challenged by constant emotional upheaval, we seek reminders of the importance of commitment and the need for patience May concentrates on such springtime issues as harmony and appreciation The topics discussed are as diverse as relationships are Inside you ll find comforting and helpful advice on The true meaning of equality Improving communicationGiving and receiving emotional support The awakening of our inner qualities Needing time alone Keeping the passion alive Reacting to stress Whether you need the 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 classic that no bookshelf should be without The Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus Book of Days contains 365 inspirations to remind you each day of the basic differences between men and women Women love a man with a plan men love a woman with a smile A woman is like a wave When she feels loved, her self esteem rises and falls like a wave in motion When she is feeling really good, she will reach a peak, but then suddenly her mood may change and her wave crashes down This crash is temporary After she reaches bottom, her mood will shift suddenly, and she will again feel good about herself Automatically, her wave begins to rise back upBy recognizing this pattern, a man doesn t take it personally When he doesn t feel as if he is being blamed for her downs, he can be supportive A rubber band is the perfect metaphor to understand the male intimacy cycle, which involves getting close, pulling away, and then getting close againMost women are surprised to realize that even when a man loves a woman, periodically he needs to pull away before he can get closer Men instinctively feel this urge to pull away It is not a decision or a choice It just happens It is neither his fault nor her fault It is a natural cycle Romance for women is when a man does things without her having to ask romance for men is when a woman appreciates the things he does Showing interest is one of the most important secrets to opening a woman s heart A man is free to be the best he can be when he feels accepted just the way he is Women need to work on trusting, while men need to work on caring.
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    1. John Gray

      Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name.John Gray is an American author on relationships and personal growth, best known for his 1992 book Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus, and other pop psychology books offering relationship advice.He was previously married to fellow self help author Barbara De Angelis, but they divorced in 1984 He is now married to Bonnie Gray and has three daughters.

    513 thoughts on “Mars and Venus: 365 Ways to Keep Passion Alive”

    1. My biggest problem with the book is that it is extremely sexist The book continually explains that this is just how men are, and then goes on to explain how women can learn to deal with that Biggest load of crap ever While some people will certainly fall into these stereotypes, I believe this book may cause harm than good Some of the sexist highlights a woman should go shopping when her man decides that he needs alone time this is how she can show him her love and trust apparently women were ab [...]



    2. There are some books that you hear about and you hear about and you hear about, and eventually you think, Hmmm, maybe I ought to read that It s had a huge cultural impact on our society, it might be a good idea to be in on that Kind of like seeing Stars Wars, E.T and the Godfather Trilogy I still haven t seen E.T or the Godfather Trilogy, but I hear they re both great It s just a big cultural thing, you know With books, there are a few that everyone needs to know There are the obvious ones class [...]





    3. Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus, and John Gray is from far, far further out in the solar systemMy broad stroke perspective on this book is that I am inherently skeptical when someone purports to reduce human behavior to simplistic, read about it on the subway categories, gender specific behavior in particular Resorting to simple explanations for that which is scary and I think it s safe to say that romantic partnerships can be scary, because vulnerability is involved, after all is tempti [...]






    4. I always thought human beings were individual people with individual likes and dislikes that do not relate to their genitals.Apparently I am wrong Men and women are actually from different planets We re alien species Sure we can have babies together, but we are totally different Women like to shop because they come from a planet full of shopping centers.Men like to fix things and play sports because that s all they did on their planet.Now if we would just remember that we are two different alien [...]






    5. UTTER ROT The book shows men as creatures with very fragile egos and women as over sensitive.Men women communicate differently, maybe, but some of the theories are really wrong.Like women talk problems for your empathy or sympathy, for the sake of talking it out and that they are not looking for a solution Then, talking wouldn t make sense would it Like men hate being told how to fix the fuacet, or how to find the wayThis book has OUT Dated views I regreted reading it





    6. This is not psychology This is not even close to be science I had to read this horrible book in the past my partner liked it and I kept thinking to myself that a lot of the stuff in the book was just too convenient, too stereotypical, to easy Doing a little research found that the school that gave th author his Ph.D was done away with and that several states California, Oregon will not recognize the titles that the school gave out I don t like bashing people on ideas, but I hate to see people wr [...]




    7. what a load of crap my friend gave me this book after trying to salvage his marriage, told me it was really insightful He got a divorce within a year.


    8. I decided to read this book because I m a Dave Ramsey fan and it was one of the books on his recommended reading I ve been married for 10 years, but I figured it couldn t hurt to learn to communicate a little better I m not sure this book helped any It s written with the assumption that all men are alike and all women are alike and that most of them have a traditional marriage or relationship There is something sexist in the author s tone He paints the women as the homemakers with a love of shop [...]


    9. This is a very helpful and informative book about the million differences between men and women It s also entertaining and it brought my perception of the opposite sex in an entirely different but positive way This is a very helpful book to everyone especially those who find it hard to keep relationships because of misunderstanding their partners.




    10. This book was insulting and biased Written from an unapologetically male perspective, it attempts to lump men and women into desired roles The man can leave anytime he wants, and the woman, to show her love and trust read naivety , should go shopping Yes, that s what his argument boils down to I am all for acceptance, but when there are real issues that need to be dealt with, they are not fixed by saying, Oh, that s just what men do The wave section was particularly enraging as an attempt to exp [...]



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