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Why Men Don't Have a Clue and Women Always Need More Shoes: The Ultimate Guide to the Opposite Sexby Barbara Pease and Allan Pease
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Allan and Barbara Pease have taken the world by storm with their revealing findings on the battle of the sexes. Their most recent eye-opener, Why Men Don't Listen and Women Can't Read Maps, was snapped up by more than eight million readers around the globe. But the battle still rages on.
Their new book takes up where the first left off, and examines the perplexing problems that keep the sexes from understanding each other. Using new findings on the brain, studies of social changes, evolutionary biology, and psychology, Barbara and Allan Pease highlight the differences in the way men and women think and act, examining topics of perennial interest to both sexes, including:
Laced with the Peases' no-holds-barred humor, Why Men Don't Have a Clue and Women Always Need More Shoes addresses a host of nitty-gritty battle grounds as well, from channel surfing and toilet seats to shopping and communication. Quizzes for determining who's racking up more points (a.k.a. contributing more to the relationship) are also included.
Already a #1 bestseller in the United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, Holland, Spain, Brazil, Portugal, Belgium, Ireland, France, Czech Republic, India, Singapore, Malaysia, South Africa, New Zealand, and Australia, Why Men Don't Have a Clue and Women Always Need More Shoes is the universal solution to understanding the opposite sex.
The book that has topped the bestseller lists around the world is coming to America to give men and women a clue about how and why they are so different.
Do you know the top seven things men do that drive women nuts? Or the real reason women cry more than men do? What are men really looking for in a woman—both at first sight and for the long-term? These are only the starting points for Barbara and Allan Pease as they discuss the very real—and often very funny—differences between the sexes.
Why Men Dont Have a Clue and Women Always Need More Shoes takes a look at some of the issues that have confused men and women for centuries. Using new findings on the brain, studies of social changes, evolutionary biology, and psychology, the Peases teach you how to make the most of your relationships—or at least begin to understand where your partner is coming from.
They help women understand why men avoid commitment, what drives them to lie, and how to decode male speech to find out what they are really saying. They explain to men why women nag, how they use emotional blackmail, and how to understand (and take advantage of!) the top-secret scoring system all women apply. They also dish about the top turn-ons--and turn-offs--for both sexes. Laced with their trademark humor, Why Men Dont Have a Clue and Women Always Need More Shoes addresses a host of nitty-gritty battlegrounds as well, from channel surfing and toilet seats to shopping and communication.
Already a #1 bestseller in the United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, Holland, Spain, Brazil, Portugal, Belgium, Ireland, France, Czech Republic, India, Singapore, Malaysia, South Africa, New Zealand, and Australia, Why Men Dont Have a Clue and Women Always Need More Shoes is the answer to understanding the opposite sex.
About the Author
Barbara Pease is the CEO of Pease International, which produces videos, training courses and seminars for businesses and governments worldwide, specializing in research and education on gender issues. Allan Pease conducts relationship seminars worldwide and is the author of Body Language which has sold over four million copies. More than 100 million people have watched his top-rating TV series. Co-authors of the number one international bestseller, Why Men Don't Listen and Women Can't Read Maps (Broadway Books, 2001), the Peases are the parents of four children and divide their time between England and their native Australia.
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