I can't say that this is the end-all be-all book for understanding the opposite sex, but it's a true beginning. Reading this book helps you develop and nurture your relationships with family, friends, co-workers and most especially your companion.
Explaining the differences between how a many and a woman think
5 Love Languages.... It separates and explains the differences between your spouse and how to try to build the bridge.
Yes. I RARELY dislike books that are read by the author because the book is the author's baby and they read it with emotion. Unfortunately, John Gray is very monotone. He's a genius in his own right but it didn't make for a good listen in that aspect. It took me a VERY long time to finish listening.
Very helpful in every relationship, not only with my husband and myself, but also with my friends, relatives, co-workers. Surprisingly pleasant listen. Equipped me with many tools and I am recommending this book to anyone who listens to my conversation!!!!
Yes to any and every friend man or women.
How he could almost read my mind. Nice to know I'm not the only one having problems understanding the opposite sex, and how different men and women think and talk.
If they did repeat the same thing over and over again in a monotonous voice.
It was very dull.
It was very monotonous.
There were characters?
The story is drawn out, the information is short and sweet and good but he took hundreds of pages to write what could have been greatly condensed.
Summed it up.
Yes, good points. Although it dumbs men down. Its like giving men free cards for being dense.
I think the voice was monotone. It did not have the energy I expected in a motivational/inspirational book.
It appeared that the story was for women to better understand men and it almost made me believe that women have to be the patient one and accept the "way men are"..Very seldom did he mention mutual efforts.
It was informative and it did make me think back to mistakes I may have made along my path. Many of the things he talked about, I saw in my mother and of course, sometimes we adopt things we see our parents do.