Will men and women ever see eye-to-eye about love and sex? How will relationships ever be rewarding if men only want to rush into bed and women want to rush to the altar? In this practical, witty, and down-to-earth guide, couples experts Allan and Barbara Pease reveal the truth about how men and women can really get along. By translating science and cutting edge research into a powerful yet highly entertaining read, youll learn how to find true happiness and compatibility with the opposite sex.
REVEALED IN THIS BOOK:
If you want to get the most satisfaction from your relationship, or are single and looking for the right person, then you must read this book for the answer to why men want sex and women need love.
©2010 Barbara Pease and Allan Pease; (P)2010 Random House
Although it had some valuable insights I didn't find too much that was groundbreaking or that I hadn't read somewhere else or known through some other means.
Sort of misleading, I should have checked the date when this book was originally published, because a lot of the ideas behind this book seem to be old school society-ish. Plays largely on gender stereotypes, women want a man that can provide and men want a woman for their services (sex, food, ect.). Granted some of the stereotypes are very valid, but listening to this book should be pure fun and pleasure, i wouldn't take everything that is said to heart.
Good read, would be 'Why Women Have Sex" by Cindy M. Meston, David M. Buss. It's obvious why men want sex...
I totally enjoyed this book. It opened my eyes to many traits I share with other men and has helped me understand the women in my life so much better. I have told dozens of friends about this book and the ones that have read it have thanked me for it.
Packed full of useful information. I would highly recommend this audio equally to male or female with a desire to learn how their mind and the mind of the apposite sex not only thinks but operates.
Enjoyed this book, especially the narrators Australian (?) accents. Interesting ideas, didn't agree 100%, but thought provoking. And fun to share with others of opposite gender.
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