The author provides a unique insight on how men and women behave. In doing so, some over-generalizations surface. I don't know that the scientific data shows what the author reports as verifiable truth.
For instance, the following statements are made in the book: o gender insight is equivalent to tolerance o we are conditioned by our experience with partners o gender differences are accentuated due to intimacy and having children o men don't like unsolicited advice ( I would say that it depends. ) o women giving advice to men may foster an unloving response o men show stress by withdrawal and women by being overwhelmed o don't disapprove of a man's need to withdraw o don't guard the cave door waiting for the man to come out o men must feel needed and women must feel cherished o always respect your partner's imposed limits
These are just a few of the pearls of wisdom provided by the author. The book is interesting. I don't know how much of the contents have been validated in formal psychological studies either individually or in groups.
Dr. Joseph S. Maresca
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