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Why Men Don't Listen and Women Can't Read Maps

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 23, 2001

    That explains it.

    How a man's brain works has always been a mystery to me. This book gives reasonable explanations and points out the trends I usually missed out about both sexes. It has been a very interesting read though the content repeats itself in latter chapters. But the first few chapters are excellent with evidence and research to support the authors' theories. One other setback is that after reading this, I get a distinct impression on my own that men are shallow. I've only read the translation of this book but luckily the translator did a fine job translating, bringing forth a smile and laughter from me from time to time. If anyone wants to know the differences between males and females, then this book is definitely recommended. Unlike fiction, this book is humor based on certain facts which made it even more interesting. However, it is extremely persuasive and may cause dislike on certain issues the authors try to impress upon readers.

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