Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus Audiobook Free by Dr. John Gray

Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus (1998)

Dr. John Gray’s classic guide to knowing the opposite sex.

Martians and Venusians once came into contact, fell in love, and enjoyed fulfilling relationships with one another because they appreciated and embraced their differences. They forgot they were from separate worlds after arriving on Earth and developing amnesia.

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Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus has assisted millions of couples in transforming their relationships since it is based on years of effective counseling of couples and individuals.

“This essential book presents a practical and proven strategy for men and women to better their communication and relationships by recognizing their differences.”

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This timeless book, which is now regarded as a modern classic, has assisted men and women in realizing how different they can be in their communication styles, emotional needs, and modes of behavior. It also provides the keys to communicating without arguments so that couples can give intimacy every chance to develop.

Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus (1998) by Dr. John Gray

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