Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus Analysis

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This is a review of the book Men are from Mars, women are from Venus by Dr. John Gray. John Gray is the author of more than twenty books including his best seller ‘Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus’. He has written the book in fifty different languages and his books have sold over fifty million copies around the world. This review will first summarize the book. Secondly the review will critique the book by analyzing the book before finally judging its accessibility and credibility. The book describes how men and women are different by nature and focus on mutual differences between men and women. The book can be used as a guide to learn about how to best interact with the opposite sex and improve communication to develop a flourishing relationship. The book starts out by discussing the differences between the values of men and women. The author talks about how women expect the other person to listen actively with interest and show empathy when they are upset or shares their concerns. In doing so, they do not look for a solution, instead want someone to listen to them and validate their feelings. But most men react differently by giving expert advice and trying to solve their problem. He also discusses how men feel incompetent asking for help or accepting help especially from women. Men only seek advice when they are at a dead-end and need help. As opposed to women who value love, communication and respect in their relationships,
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