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5.0 out of 5 stars Great book, 3 Oct. 2017
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This review is from: Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus: A Practical Guide for Improving Communication and Getting What You Want in Your Relationships: How to Get What You Want in Your Relationships (Paperback)
Great book I'm learning a lot from the first chapter. Its just remembering to communicate, to listen, to have empathy, to not be selfish etc....I will continue to read!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great book, 5 Oct. 2017
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Great book, but I feel that something which is explained is then explained over and over again, using more and more examples, but saying still the same thing.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One word AMAZING!, 17 May 2017
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This book is simply rewarding and it opens your eyes to knowledge i simply cannot explain how much it relates to me every chapter! Best purchase!!!!!!
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Dr. John Gray provides a unique explanation of how men and women are different. This book helps you understand the different needs and desires a man and a woman have, and it helps you to be aware of these differences instaead of letting them create conflicts. The underlying aim of the book is to help you improve your communication in a relationship by raising your awareness of who we are.

The 5 Love Languages

by Gary Chapman

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5.0 out of 5 stars This book is Amazing!! before readinfg i reckonised we have different ..., 2 Oct. 2017
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This book is Amazing!! before readinfg i reckonised we have different love languages, Me and my daughters father really speak different when it comes to our primary talk, this book brought what i had been thinking into the best words!! i recommend this book 10x over and over again im now able to speak peoples love language Amazing!!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Disappointed!, 6 Oct. 2017
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Disappointing in that having read the original 5 Love Languages, this is only rehashing the material. A bit of a waste of money and also it had some writing in it from the original owner. I think I got caught!
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1.0 out of 5 stars Even duller than the previous one, very little plot ..., 26 July 2015
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Even duller than the previous one, very little plot, beginning run out of story lines on this one. Even the knitting pattern wasn't worth the hard slog to get through, even if was able access some of the strong black coffee made by Eduardo in Pete's cafe.
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Are you and your partner speaking the same love language? More often than not, two people express love in two different ways. This can lead to misunderstanding, quarrels, and unhappiness. This book identifies the 5 basic love languages people speak - quality time, words of affirmation, gifts, acts of service, and physical touch - and helps guide you towards a better understanding of your partner's love language.

Modern Romance

by Aziz Ansari

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5.0 out of 5 stars The beautifully refreshing thing about this book is that while written ..., 21 Oct. 2017
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The beautifully refreshing thing about this book is that while written in a readable and, often, hilarious style, it also comes across pretty much entirely from an objective standpoint, backed up by actual data and opinion and evidence. I'll admit I haven't done a whole load of reading on today's digital landscape and our relationships on it, but what I have read tends to carry a heavy judgemental doomsday tone of "all this texting, this is the end times" which, frankly, is more than a little exhausting and irritating to read. Ansari's book is thoughtful, contemplative, but ultimately fair to both sides of the argument, and carries a good balance of commentary to factual evidence to make it easy to read but incredibly informative at the same time.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Audiobook, 23 Aug. 2017
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Fantastic account of modern romance. Aziz's audiobook version is the only way to buy this its very very funny
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great book and great service, 24 Mar. 2017
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This book is a fantastic, entertaining, hilarious read. It's well researched, funny & offers insightful analysis of dating in a modern tech-filled era. Great service from the seller, it arrived within days!
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In the old days, people would find a partner who lived in their village, get married and have kids by 22. Today we have dating apps, mobile phones, the internet, social media and as a result - we have more rdating options than ever. This also changes the way we approach love and relationships, how we communicate and  behave. In this book, Aziz Ansari gives one-of-a-kind insight into how we date in the age of technology, from Tokyo to Buenos Aires to NYC. 

Reflections Of A Man

by Mr. Amari Soul

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5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely loved this book. Very enlightening for both men and women and also encouraging the involvement in a relationship. It, 24 Mar. 2017
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Absolutely loved this book. Very enlightening for both men and women and also encouraging the involvement in a relationship. It highlights the needs to remember who you are, to stand for what you deserve, desire and endure. I was disappointed I had reached the end and would of loved to read more. Thank you for taking the time to reflect on both sides and encourage positives after the negatives x
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5.0 out of 5 stars Inspirational, 21 Mar. 2016
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It gives emotional strength to those who have lost it and a peace of mind. I liked it very much.
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5.0 out of 5 stars This is amazing, 15 Oct. 2017
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This book gives such a great insight into the red flags of relationships and how to prevent them.It gives you small activities at the end of each chapter to work on. It gives a section for couples to work on and a section just for the men. Order this book you won't be disappointed! I would definitely read this book again and again!
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'Reflections Of A Man' aims at enhancing the quality of your relationships with the other gender. The book ecourages women gain a new perspective on the true value of their love, raise their standards and refuse to settle. It attempts to motivate men to become better equipped to, not only understand a woman’s emotional needs, but also to be better able to meet or exceed a woman's new standards.
 

Why Men Don't Listen and Women Can't Read Maps

by Allan Pease Barbara Pease

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4.0 out of 5 stars Real practical knowledge, though I am not keen on ..., 16 Jun. 2017
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Real practical knowledge, though I am not keen on the historical-biological explanations for sexual differences that go on too long: illustrate the differences and how we can accommodate them- who needs the (assumed) historical causes. If you are someone who subscribes to the way of "thinking" that has predominated in the world of Social and Human sciences over the last 40 years you probably will be perplexed by this kind of book. But err.... this is talking about reality whereas affected academia isn't talking about the real world.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Highly recommended, 13 Mar. 2016
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Was very pleased to receive this before expected delivery date, well packaged and good price. I like the bookmark received with each purchase, it's a nice touch. I read this book years ago after a training day (with the school staff I work with) about the male and female brain. The whole session was so interesting and this book was recommended reading. I'm pleased to have my own copy, the other one was a library book.
It's an interesting incite to how males and females think... And it's helped me understand my other half. The title is so apt as answering my husband's question as to the title of this purchase he didn't listen anyway!! Maybe he ought to read it himself?!
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4.0 out of 5 stars funny and yet very seerious account of how man and woman evolved, 12 Jan. 2012
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This is a hilarious and yet at the same time very serious book about the eternal problem of man and woman. Many book have been written after "Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus" on this topic. This books takes the biological / evolutionary approach to the question. It does so with a plethora of data, which is almost always presented in a convincing if at times a bit disorganized manner. But this is not really a "scientific" book, at least not to me. It is a book that uses popular science to explain our daily lives in a couple.

Some assertions are well argued: "men don't like criticism" but sometimes the authors stretch their argument "therefore they like to marry virgins"! They are right, however, that men can't find their socks: I have two drawers on my left closet, one for socks and one for underwear. I always opened the wrong one even if I should have had a 50% chance to open the right one. I then labeled the two drawers, and still get it right only maybe half... Read more
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In this book, Barbara and Allan Pease draws upon years of brain research, travelling the world, investigating evolutionary biology, analysing psychologists research and studying social change. The result is a depiction of the differences between the sexes, and how to understand your partner. It will explain why men really can't do more than one thing at a time, why men should never lie to women, why women talk so much and men so little, and much more.