Why Mars and Venus Collide
Once upon a time, Martians and Venusians functioned in separate worlds. But in today's hectic and career-oriented environment, relationships have become a lot more complicated, and men and women are experiencing unprecedented levels of stress. To add to the increasing tension, most men and women are also completely unaware that they are actually hardwired to react differen...more
I confess that while I was reading this ...more
"Being aware of our innate biochemical differences frees us from the unhealthy compulsion to change our partners and eventually leads us to celebrate our ...more
اكثر ما عجبني هو فكره ان تكون مسؤول عن سعادتك بنسبه ٪ بينما يساهم شريك حياتك في سعادتك بنسبه ٪
اتضح لي ان العلاقات الشخصيه لا تؤخذ كشيء مضمون اي انها متى ما صلحت في بدايتها فهذا يعني انها ستصلح مدى الحياه بالضروره بل يجب العمل عليها دائما لتنميتها وتقويتها ولتكون مصدر سعاده لنا في حياتنا لفترات طويله ...more
There is some truth in this book, hence the 2 stars instead of 1, but I still don't like it.
Partially because I'm not a stereotypical woman, ...more
Gray strives to explain the hormonal differences between men and women and how these differences cause wildly different behaviors and attitudes. ...more
The author also makes frequent allusions to religion/spirituality and seeking out a therapist as important tools without acknowledging that for some people these are not options or priorities.
The book makes many references to research about the brain, hormones, and evolution, which makes it seem very credible. I found the sections part ...more
عموماً هو من الكتب القليلة اللي ناوي أقرأه تاني وتالت إن شاء الله
يجيب على الشباب قراءته قبل الزواج و بعد الزواج ..
سأعيد قرآءته يوما من الأيام
Love the series and know I will gain a lot of knowledge from this one even if some of the problems don't relate to me directly.
Lot of technical information about the parts of the brain and in each how they effect us.
So much hormone discussions and how to achieve the highest level possible and what actions you can take to help yourself and your spouse.
I received this boo ...more
There’s no need to read John Gray’s first book Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus before reading this one but it does explain the whole “Martian” and “Venusian” concept. There’s only a little repetition between the two. This book actually scientifically explains some of the things mentioned in his ...more
Here is a review" The unprecedented levels of stress both men and women are experiencing is taking a toll on our romantic relationships. Whether single or in committed relationships, we are often too busy or too tired to sustain feelings of attraction, motivation, and affection. Everyday stre ...more
I learnt about oxytoxin - hormone related to love. Women produce oxytoxin as a way of ...more
A good follow up reading on the 1st book " Men are from Mars,Women are from Venus" which is the foundation for reading this book.
With the background from the first book,the author provides more detailed insights on Male/Female difference going into Brain Differences to Hormone Differences to them reach the Anatomy of a Fight.
Some interesting points include:
The 90/10 Solution.
I realy loved the last chapter (10) " Looking for Love in all Right Places" which realy inspir ...more
John Gray is an American author on relationships and personal growth, best known for his 1992 book Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus, and other "pop psychology" books offering relationship advice.
He was previously married to fellow self-help author Barbara De Angelis, but they divorced in 1984. He is now m ...more