Men Are From Mars Women Are From Venus Analysis

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This review critically reviews the article “Men are from Mars, women are from Venus” written by John Gray: A practical guide for improving communication and getting what you want in your relationships. To begin with, this article will summarise the book. Secondly, the review will critique the article evaluating its influence, prevalence, precision, detachment and coverage. This review will also analyse the article before judging the author’s integrity and accessibility. Overall, the article was written, comprehensible and relevant and performs as a simple guide to the ups and downs of living with a member of the opposite sex, it does have touches of brilliance. Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus is a book written by Dr. John Gray, first published in April 1992. It discusses the differences between males and females and how those differences affect affairs. The book emphasizes the way in which men and women communicate and show sensation. Many of the subjects discussed are referenced throughout pop culture. The most prominent issue cited is that of the way in which men and women react when faced with tribulations or stressful situations. Gray (1992) says that men tend to keep to themselves or has the tendency to "get away" for a little while if they feel too closed in some space despite the fact that women are…show more content…
But if you are watchful and pay attention to the clues that the women around you are plunging, you can learn how to exchange a few words effectively with them. Just try to mimic them, discretely of course, but emulate their body posture, look them in the eye and pay attention to little cues that she will give. Inquire questions, talk with her and show that you care. When you meet her on her level with her communication style, you will have her attention - and possibly even her

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