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Men, Women and Relationships: Making Peace with the Opposite Sex

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 19, 2001

    I'm a woman with a divided thought system

    I don't know where John Gray gets his 'research' from but excuse me I am a woman with a divided thought system.I don't revolve my life around relationships and hanging on for that call as though my life depends upon it,,infact I CALL the man because I'm not at all concerned about what happens afterwards. I guess you could call that self confidence and a strong sense of self.Women wouldn't get their feelings so hurt if more of them grew up with a stronger sense of self and were able to TAKE IT EASY..John Gray's books are generalistic and sexist and reinforce behavior which should be reprogrammed into more sufficient logical behaviors which stand on a strong foundation of self.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 30, 2000

    men and women,not the same interest in relationships

    I used to feel neglected by the men I dated, because they did not seem as interested in the relationship as I was.It hurt me because at that time,I didn't understand the way men have thoughts and needs in compartments,they have a more divided thought system and there fore,more fragmented lives,and cannot relate to the way a woman revolves all thought and thinking about relational needs. Now I know this difference and can feel safe with a man,knowing that he just literally thinks differently from me,because of his compartimentalized thinking.It's innate and in the brain structures of most males and females to respond differently to relational needs. Men love to think,women love to communicate, and this is where much of the misunderstanding comes from.John Gray explains it and clears the air.

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