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This fast-paced investigation shows how we misrepresent ourselves and misunderstand our opposites. We exaggerate some features and conceal others, and nature herself colors our understandings.
Each misunderstanding is a potential troublemaker, lurking in the shadows, ready to trip us or send us the wrong direction down another dark alleyway. Once we see what we too often overlook, we can plan ahead, team together, and produce the brighter futures we would wish to see.
Enjoy this clever presentation of the neatly camouflaged survival tactics between men and women.
Just the ticket for those who want to:
<> Understand the vast and mysterious realm of relationships misunderstandings;
<> Laugh at our shared foibles;
<> Resuscitate a tired old burned-out relationship;
<> Make a good relationship sweeter, warmer, and more admirable.
We will find the answers behind the masquerades, amidst the real men and women we ought to recognize as ourselves.
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We can no longer afford to so misunderstand our opposites. See why men are more intrigued by casual sex and tend to be opportunists, but try to conceal it; while women are more easily offended and are more insistent in arguments, but insist that it is not so. See why men are more highly stressed in personal confrontations and withdraw to avoid unpleasantries, which women interpret as indifference. And much, much more. You Still Don't Understand finds ways to bridge our differences, based on traditional principles of equal concern and shared advantages for men and women. Comments "Carefully researched, well written, provocative, and often quite funny, this timely little volume is full of deep wisdom and practical insights not found elsewhere. Truly, a fascinating read!" — Michael Dowd, author of Thank God for Evolution "...a politically incorrect analysis of why men are bailing out of relationships and retreating into video games. If you are a man wondering why you aren't involved in a committed relationship, or a woman wondering where all the good men have gone, then you need to read this book. It explains the problem brilliantly." —Helen Smith, Ph.D., author of The Scarred Heart Official website: theoppositesex.infoAbout the Author:
Richard Driscoll (drD) grew up in San Diego, graduated from the University of Colorado in Boulder, and now practices in East Tennessee with his co-author, Dr. Nancy Ann Davis, who is also his wife. Together, they feel they have sampled the most liberal and most conservative swatches of America, and learned from it. Driscoll a media resource with the American Psychological Association, and has written two prior books on relationships, over twenty scholarly and popular articles, and four successful anxiety reduction trainings, including Tame Test Anxiety and Shield Out Hostility.
They have been married for forty years, have three grown children, and plan to continue working for as long as the spirit of inspiration continues with them.
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Book Description Westside Psychology/Frontiers Press, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0963412655
Book Description Westside Psychology/Frontiers Press, 2009. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0963412655