Author: Allan Pease
Publisher: Manjul Publishing House
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8186775749
Forget all the politically correct things you’ve ever been told about the opposite sex! Men and women are not the same. Understanding this is your fee ticket to enjoying fun, fulfilling and enduring relationships.
In this thought-provoking and hilarious little book, internationally renowned relationship experts Allan and Barbara Pease draw on new findings on the brain to teach us how to lead happier, more harmonious relationships with the opposite sex.
Why women ask your opinion and then tell you you’re wrong when you give it
Why men can never find things in fridges or cupboards but can always find their way to the nearest pub
Why women can spot a blonde hair at twenty paces but will hit the garage door when they park the car
Why men can never watch TV without channel-hopping
If you think you know everything about the opposite sex, or wish you did, then this is the book for you!
Bestselling authors Allan and Barbara Peace take a light-hearted look at the differences between men and women. This hilarious new book from the world’s foremost expert on human relations is sure to ring true in the hearts of men and women everywhere.
For anyone who has ever laid awake at night wondering why their partner doesn’t understand them.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS:
ALLAN PEASE’S acclaimed Body Language has sold over four million copies. He has written five other number one bestselling books and has appeared on radio and televions throughout the world, including his top-rating TV series, which was watched by over 100 million people. Allan lectures on human communication and body language throughout the world.
BARBARA PEASE is CEO of Pease International, which produces videos, training courses and seminars for businesses and governments worldwide.
Same Species, different world
Why men can never seem to find anything, or so they say
It’s a game of two minds
Talking and listening: the art of communication
Spatial awareness: the art of map-reading and parallel parking
Thoughts, attitudes, emotions and other disaster areas
Men, women and sex
Love, romance, marriage