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it's more of a guidebook on how to be a doormat even though it starts off saying men don't like doormats they get bored. And women get hysterical if they want to get a point across.it basically sets you up for conversations with men on how to diffuse situations with men. I can see the author was trying to be balanced but it really just comes off as if you want your relationship to work it's best if you lul your man in to a false state of him thinking he is always right and that you only speak kindly and softly to him. And your whole relationship is spent reading his facial expressions to see what he is trying to say, if you can read that then your sorted because you will know what he is thinking.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
My partner and I both benefitted from me reading this book before I'd even finished it. It's always useful to be reminded that - while we are similar in a lot of ways - men and women process the world differently. We need to remember to see things from the other person's perspective, not just from our own.
Woke up the graceful woman inside hidden behind that competitive woman which most time dominates.
14 of 15 people found this review helpful
You have to remember that he is talking only to women, so he will say "the same goes for men" a lot to remind you. Otherwise you are jumping out of your seat in protest because men do many of the same things. The tone takes some getting used to, and he gives men some free rides, well...because they are men. I'd be interested to hear how tolerant the opposing book would be to women's innate tendencies.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful