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Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus

 Author: John Gray  Category: Self-Help  Published: January 1, 1992  Language: English  File Size: 2.26 MB  Tags: MarriageNonfictionPersonal DevelopmentPhilosophyPsychologyRelationshipsRomanceself help |  Download PDF


Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus by John Gray, explores the theme of men and women have different emotional requirements and that a misunderstanding of the differences leads to the breakdown of relationships.


This book gives insightful awareness into the distinctions between men and women as well as helpful guidance on how to enhance understanding and communication in relationships. It places a major emphasis on the value of open communication, empathy, and patience in creating enduring relationships.

Famous Quotes:

″ When men and women are able to respect and accept their differences then love has a chance to blossom.”

“Remember, if a man needs to pull away like a rubber band, when he returns he will be back with a lot more love. Then he can listen. This is the best time to initiate conversation.”

“When she says ‘I feel like you are not even here,’ he says ‘What do you mean I’m not here? Of course I am here. Don’t you see my body?’ ”

“I would love you all the day, every night we would kiss and play, if with me you’d fondly stray, over the hills and far away.”

“If we are to feel the positive feelings of love, happiness, trust, and gratitude, we periodically also have to feel anger, sadness, fear, and sorrow.”

“Men are motivated when they feel needed while women are motivated when they feel cherished.”

“It is very difficult for a man to differentiate between empathy and sympathy. He hates to be pitied.”

“Men need to remember that women talk about problems to get close and not necessarily to get solutions.”

“Love is magical, and it can last, if we remember our differences.”

“Men argue for the right to be free while women argue for the right to be upset. Men want space while women want understanding.”

“Because she is afraid of not being supported, she unknowingly pushes away the support she needs.”

“Learning from mistakes helps prevent the repetition of negative patterns.”

“When negative feelings are suppressed positive feelings become suppressed as well, and love dies.”