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Synopsis: A practical guide for improving communication within relationships, helping both sexes get what they want from love and friendship. The author encourages readers to accept the other gender's particular way of expressing love and helps men and women accept each other's emotional needs.
I listened to the audio book version and it was great because was easier to soak up.
John Gray explores how men and women behave in a relationship, he talks about how men and women deal with their emotions and compares them emotions under certain conditions.
If you are a relationship and reading this book you would most likely relate to most of what he says. You will also find a new perspective on the emotions of your partner under certain circumstances.
I have been in a relationship for nearly 12 years i could really understand the points he was making and has made me think a bit differently about the way men and women are in relationships.
One point he made was that men always think when women complain about something that they are blaming them when all we are doing is telling them what the problem is, for example today i was telling my partner that we need another clothes horse because in order to get more washing done i need more space to hang it and his response was that well it is not his fault, if i had not of listened to that book last night i would of been more impatient and not understood why he thought i was saying it was his fault, but instead i said calmly i am not blaming you i am just letting you know what the problem is it is no ones fault.
I found this book very helpful and would suggest it for anyone that is in a relationship.