Los hombres son de marte, las mujeres son de venus (Men Are from Mars Women Are From Venus)

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Érase una vez unos marcianos y unas venusianasque se conocieron, se enamoraron, y fueron felicespor que respetaron y aceptaron sus diferencias. Luegovinieron a la tierra y olvidaron que pertenecían adiferentes planetas....

Basado en los años de experiencia del Dr. John Grayen asesoramiento de parejas e individuos, Los HombresSon de Marte, Las Mujeres Son de Venus le ha ayudadoa millones de parejas a transformar sus relaciones. Considerado hoy en día como un clásico moderno,este revolucionario libro le ha ayudado ...

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Érase una vez unos marcianos y unas venusianasque se conocieron, se enamoraron, y fueron felicespor que respetaron y aceptaron sus diferencias. Luegovinieron a la tierra y olvidaron que pertenecían adiferentes planetas....

Basado en los años de experiencia del Dr. John Grayen asesoramiento de parejas e individuos, Los HombresSon de Marte, Las Mujeres Son de Venus le ha ayudadoa millones de parejas a transformar sus relaciones. Considerado hoy en día como un clásico moderno,este revolucionario libro le ha ayudado a hombres y mujeresen el mundo entero a darse cuenta de lo diferentes que son, y a comunicar sus necesidades sin necesidad de conflicto, dejando florecer la intimidad en la pareja.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780694516780
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 5/28/1996
  • Language: Spanish
  • Format: Cassette
  • Edition description: Abridged
  • Product dimensions: 4.52 (w) x 7.07 (h) x 0.87 (d)

Meet the Author

John  Gray, Ph.D.

John Gray, Ph.D., is one of the world’s leading relationship experts, and an authority on improving communication styles for couples, companies, and communities. His many books have sold more than fifty million copies in fifty different languages worldwide. John lives with his wife and children in northern California.

John Gray, Ph.D. is the author of the phenomenal best-selling book Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus, which has sold over 2 million copies in the United States and is available in 26 languages around the world. Gray is also the author of the recently published What Your Mother Couldn't Tell You and Your Father Didn't Know, Mars and Venus in Love, and the star of a new CD-ROM version of Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus.

An internationally regarded expert in the field of communication, relationships, and personal growth, Gray's unique focus is assisting men and women in understanding, respecting, and appreciating their differences. For over 20 years, he has conducted public and private seminars to over 100,000 participants. In his highly acclaimed books and in his popular weekend seminar, Men, Women, and Relationships, Gray entertains and inspires his audiences with practical insights and easy to use techniques that they can apply to immediately enrich their relationships.

He is happily married to Bonnie Gray and has three children: Laren, Julie, and Shannon. Gray not only understands first hand the principles of successful marriage, he has also experienced the problems that result in divorce, having been previously married and divorced.

Gray also knows the serenity of solitude, having lived as a monk for nine years. He spent years studying with the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and received both his B.A. and his M.A. in Creative Intelligence from Maharishi European Research University. He returned to the United States and in 1982 received his Ph.D. in Psychology and Human Sexuality from Columbia Pacific University.

Gray is a popular speaker on the national lecture circuit and has often appeared on television and radio programs to discuss his work. He has been interviewed on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Donahue, Good Morning America, Eye to Eye With Connie Chung, CNBC and CNN, as well as countless local television and radio programs across the country. He has been profiled in USA Today, People Magazine, and is regularly quoted in Cosmopolitan, Glamour, and other popular magazines.

Biography

To those well versed in therapy-speak and the self-help world, the name John Gray can provoke some eye-rolling and sarcasm: Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Yeah, yeah, yeah. We genders need to "learn" to "communicate."

What's remarkable is Gray's role in making this concept so well known. In 1992, when Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus was published, the idea was anything but pedestrian. Indeed, Gray sparked both revolution and debate in the world of gender politics.

His case is simple: "Men mistakenly expect women to think, communicate, and react the way men do; women mistakenly expect men to feel, communicate, and respond the way women do. We have forgotten that men and women are supposed to be different. As a result our relationships are filled with unnecessary friction and conflict," he wrote in the first chapter of Men Are from Mars. Though the idea is not radical, the implication met with criticism from feminists who said that it tried to reinforce stereotypes; and with accolades from stricken couples who found that Gray did, in fact, help them communicate and understand each other better.

Though naysayers have called into question both Gray's message and his credentials, his appeal is undeniable. Word-of-mouth has proved strong enough to drive sales of Gray's book and its companions -- targeted at everyone from dating singles to coworkers -- into bestsellerdom, with the first title alone selling more than 15 million copies. He has also become a cottage industry of gender relations, with seminars, media appearances, and audio titles bolstering his books.

Gray's style tends to be simple and direct, with analogies along the lines of the title: "Men Are like Blowtorches, Women Are like Ovens" and "Men Pursue and Women Flirt" are typical chapter headers. For those mired in the tricky morass of dealing with the opposite sex, the author's no-nonsense approach is appealing.

In 1999, Gray departed from his relationships milieu to the broader palette of life fulfillment with the parenting guide Children Are from Heaven and How to Get What You Want and Want What You Have, a guide to achieving success while bolstering one's spiritual life via meditation and awareness of worldly challenges. It's a strong statement coming from someone who lived for several years as a monk, but Gray's strong suit with readers remains his relationship tomes. Since the original Mars/Venus title, he has created a franchise that now straddles the realms of love and personal success. His advice obviously rings true with millions of readers.

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Gray lives with his wife and three children. He was formerly married to self-help author Barbara De Angelis; the two divorced in 1984.

Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus was made into a musical stage comedy that opened in Las Vegas. It has also been translated into more than 40 languages.

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    1. Hometown:
      San Francisco, California
    1. Date of Birth:
      1951
    2. Place of Birth:
      Houston, Texas
    1. Education:
      B.A., M.A., Maharishi European Research University; Ph.D., Columbia Pacific University, 1982
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Capíltulo -1

Los Hombres Son De Marte Las Mujeres Son De Venus

Imagine que los hombres sean de Marte y las mujeres de Venus. Un día, hace mucho tiempo, los marcianos, mirando a través de sus telescopios, descubrieron a las venusinas. El solo hecho de echarles un rápido vistazo a las venusinas les despertó sentimientos que no habían tenido nunca. Se enamoraron e inventaron rápidamente los viajes espaciales para volar hacia Venus.

Las venusinas recibieron a los marcianos con los brazos abiertos. Habían sabido en forma intuitiva que ese día llegaria alguna vez. Sus corazones se abrieron de par en par para un amor que nunca antes habían sentido.

El amor entre venusinas y marcianos fue mágico. Se maravillaron estando juntos, haciendo cosas juntos y comunicindose entre sí.Aunque eran de mundos diferentes, se deleitaron en sus diferencias.Pasaron meses aprendiendo uno acerca del otro, explorando y valorando sus diferentes necesidades, preferencias y pautas de comportamiento.Durante años vivieron juntos, enamorados y en armonía.

Luego decidieron volar hacia la Tierra.Al principio todo, era maravilloso y hermoso.Pero se impusieron los efectos de la atmósfera terrestre y una mañana todos se despertaron con un tipo, peculiar de amnesia: ¡ la amnesia selectiva!

Tanto los marcianos como las venusinas olvidaron que eran de planetas diferentes y que se suponía que eran diferentes. En una mañana todo lo que habían aprendido acerca de sus diferencias fue borrado de sus memorias. Y desde esedía, hombres y mujeres han estado en conflicto.

EL RECUERDO DE NUESTRAS DIFERENCIAS

Sin el conocimiento de que somos diferentes, los hombres y las mujeres se enfrentan unos a otros. En general nos sentimos frustrados o enojados con el sexo opuesto porque hemos olvidado esta verdad importante. Esperamos que el sexo opuesto sea más como nosotros.Deseamos que "quieran lo que queremos" y "sientan como sentimos"

Suponemos erróneamente que si nuestros compañeros nos aman reaccionarán y se comportarán de cierta forma, la forma en que nosotros reaccionamos y nos comportamos cuando amamos a alguien.Esta actitud nos dispone a sentirnos decepcionados una y otra vez y nos impide tomarnos el tiempo necesario para comunicar en forma afectuosa cuáles son nuestras diferencias.

Suponemos erróneamente que si nuestros compañeros nos aman reaccionarán y secomportarán de cierta forma, la forma en que nosotros reaccionamos y nos comportamos cuandoamamos a alguien.

Los hombres esperan erróneamente que las mujeres piensen, se comuniquen y reaccionen en la forma en que lo hacen los hombres; las mujeres esperan erróneamente que los hombres sientan, se comuniquen y respondan en la forma en que lo hacen las muieres. Hemos olvidado que se supone que hombres y mujeres son diferentes.

Como resultado de ello, nuestras relaciones se Ilenan de fricciones y conflictos innecesarios.El hecho de reconocer y respetar con claridad dichas diferencias reduce dristicamente la confusión cuando uno trata con el sexo opuesto. Todo puede explicarse cuando uno recuerda que los hombres son de Marte y las mujeres son de Venus.

UN PANORAMA DE NUESTRAS DIFERENCIAS

A lo largo de este libro analizaré con gran detalle nuestras diferencias. Cada capítulo le brindará ideas nuevas y fundamentales.Exploraremos a continuación las siguientes grandes diferencias:

En el capítulo 2 revisaremos la diferencia inherente a los valores de los hombres y las mujeres y trataremos de comprender los dos errores más importantes que cometemos al relacionarnos con el sexo opuesto: los hombres ofrecen erróneamente soluciones e invalidan sentimientos mientras que las mujeres ofrecen consejos y orientaciones no solicitados.A través de la comprensión de nuestros antecedentes marcianovenusinos resulta evidente por qué hombres y mujeres cometen esos errores; en forma inadvertida.Al recordar dichas diferencias podemos corregir nuestros errores y respondernos unos a otros, de inmediato, en formas más productivas.

En el capítulo 3 descubriremos las diferentes maneras en que hombres y mujeres enfrentan el estrés.Mientras los marcianos tienden a apartarse en forma brusca y a pensar silenciosamente acerca de lo que los está perturbando, las venusinas sienten una necesidad instintiva de hablar acerca de lo que las perturba. Aprenderá nuevas estrategias para obtener lo que quiere en esos periódos conflictivos.

Exploraremos cómo estimular al sexo opuesto en el capitulo 4. Los hombres se sienten estimulados cuando se sienten necesitados, mientras que las mujeres se sienten estimuladas cuando se sienten apreciadas.Analizaremos los tres pasos para mejorar las relaciones y exploraremos la manera de superar nuestros mayores desafíos: los hombres necesitan superar su resistencia a dar amor mientras que las mujeres deben superar su resistencia a recibirlo.

En el capítulo 5 aprenderá cómo hombres y mujeres se malinterpretan recíprocamente por el hecho de hablar lenguajes diferentes. Se proporciona un Diccionario de expresiones marcianovenusinaspara traducir expresiones comúnmente malinterpretadas.Aprenderá cómo hablan hombres y mujeres e incluso cómo dejan de hablar por razones completamente diferentes. Las mujeres aprenderán qué hacer cuando un hombre deja de hablar y los hombres aprenderán cómo, escuchar mejor sin sentirse frustrados.

En el capítulo 6 descubrirá las diferentes necesidades de intimidad de hombres y mujeres.Un hombre se acerca pero luego necesita inevitablemente apartarse en forma brusca. Las mujeres aprendierón a soportar este proceso de alejamiento para que aquél vuelva a su posición original, como una banda elástica. Las muj eres aprenderán también cuáles son los mejores momentos para mantener conversaciones íntimas con un hombre.

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