Real love is unconditional. People are different. These are two statements with which most adults would agree. Yet, while recognizing that we are different is an essential part of creating a positive and loving relationship, many of us are instead intent on changing our partners so that they act and react more like ourselves. According to Dr. Gray, unconditional love is not possible without the recognition and acceptance of our differences. It is only through respecting and even appreciating them that we can eliminate many of the problems that plague our relationships.
Overcoming differences such as those found in how men and women communicate, how they cope with stress and deal with conflict resolution, as well as what it means to each gender to feel loved, is a major step toward giving of ourselves unconditionally and achieving happiness and fulfillment in our relationships. Each of us is unique, stop denying it and start celebrating it! It's the very essence not only of a loving and mutually supportive relationship, but of a better world for us all.
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"Gray has a perfect pitch for the ways in which misunderstandings can escalate into shouting matches and deep-seated marital bitterness." (Publishers Weekly)
Learning to deal with the opposite sex extends to everyone you come into contact with throughout the day. I used the book to learn how to deal with my boss, coworkers or the grouchy customer service person on the phone and it's working wonders.
Men need to go into their caves and women should leave them alone. I'm a woman. That advice has stuck in my head and helped me more than once.
I love all of John's books. Can't pin-point a specific performance when I like them all.
Men and Women don't think the same way. Once you read this book, you'll learn how the opposite sex processes their information which will lead to a whole new understanding of people.
Yeah . . is John sitting on his duff somewhere. I'm overdue for another one of his fantastic books! =)
This audio is a simple reminder of "what we already know" in relationships yet fail to practice daily. Good reminders
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