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Why Men Don't Have a Clue and Women Always Need More Shoes: The Ultimate Guide to the Opposite Sex By Allan Pease Barbara Pease Why Men Don t Have a Clue and Women Always Need More Shoes The Ultimate Guide to the Opposite Sex Do you know the top seven things men do that drive women nuts Or the real reason women cry than men do What are men really looking for in a woman both at first sight and for the long term These are on

  • Title: Why Men Don't Have a Clue and Women Always Need More Shoes: The Ultimate Guide to the Opposite Sex
  • Author: Allan Pease Barbara Pease
  • ISBN: 9780767916103
  • Page: 194
  • Format: Paperback
  • Why Men Don't Have a Clue and Women Always Need More Shoes: The Ultimate Guide to the Opposite Sex By Allan Pease Barbara Pease Do you know the top seven things men do that drive women nuts Or the real reason women cry than men do What are men really looking for in a woman both at first sight and for the long term These are only the starting points for Barbara and Allan Pease as they discuss the very real and often very funny differences between the sexes Why Men Don t Have a Clue and WomeDo you know the top seven things men do that drive women nuts Or the real reason women cry than men do What are men really looking for in a woman both at first sight and for the long term These are only the starting points for Barbara and Allan Pease as they discuss the very real and often very funny differences between the sexes Why Men Don t Have a Clue and Women Always Need More Shoes takes a look at some of the issues that have confused men and women for centuries Using new findings on the brain, studies of social changes, evolutionary biology, and psychology, the Peases teach you how to make the most of your relationships or at least begin to understand where your partner is coming from They help women understand why men avoid commitment, what drives them to lie, and how to decode male speech to find out what they are really saying They explain to men why women nag, how they use emotional blackmail, and how to understand and take advantage of the top secret scoring system all women apply They also dish about the top turn ons and turn offs for both sexes Laced with their trademark humor, Why Men Don t Have a Clue and Women Always Need More Shoes addresses a host of nitty gritty battlegrounds as well, from channel surfing and toilet seats to shopping and communication Already a 1 bestseller in the United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, Holland, Spain, Brazil, Portugal, Belgium, Ireland, France, Czech Republic, Indi
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    About "Allan Pease Barbara Pease"

    1. Allan Pease Barbara Pease

      Allan Pease is an Australian author and motivational speaker Despite having no education in psychology, neuroscience, or psychiatry, he has managed to establish himself as an expert on relationships.Originally a musician, he became a successful life insurance salesman, he started a career as a speaker and trainer in sales and latterly in body language This resulted in a popular sideline of audio tapes, many of which feature his irreverent wit.His best selling book Body Language brought him international recognition It has been followed by several others He is quite well known in Australia and during the 1980s he was an occasional TV analyst for political debates where he would analyze the body language and overall performance of the contestants.enpedia wiki Allan_Pease

    404 thoughts on “Why Men Don't Have a Clue and Women Always Need More Shoes: The Ultimate Guide to the Opposite Sex”

    1. My boss likes to bring me these horrific examples of gender discrimination to raise my blood pressure Unsurprisingly, it works Crap ass piece of hooey Women are from earth Men are from earth Deal with it.


    2. I read this book and all titles in the series several years ago At the time, I found them to be enlightening and revealing about gender difference to my then inadequate, uninformed self The writing has a certain charm and an aura of openness that is inviting and non threatening, with enough photos of brain scans and charts and scientific data to sound well researched and knowledgeable, that it made me comfortable enough to accept its claims as reasonable and true Here s the thing when it comes t [...]


    3. The book is a practical guide on how to overcome gender differences between males and females, especially in relationships romantic, family, marriage, etc I enjoyed reading this book, it is written in an easy to read and follow format Sections were divided into lessons categories that I could easily relate to.



    4. This book really helped me understand why men and women are so differently Its a great book to read if you are into Psychology and understanding why the brain thinks a certain way.


    5. At first, this book seems like a bunch of stereotypical gender stuff But if you actually read it thoroughly, you will find that it is quite well researched and delves into actual science founded differences in how the sexes communicate My husband and I don t have any major communication issues, but we still found it very thought provoking and it inspired several conversations We did skip a couple chapters, namely the sports chapter neither of us are sports fans , the one about his mother we skim [...]


    6. This is an easy to read, somewhat simplistic, intro into the world of sex differences There are two camps on this issue camp one thinks males and females are the same, only nurture causes the differentiation of behaviors Camp two, the one backed by science and logic, is that males and females are different on a biological level, are born different,and stay different Different is good Different doesn t mean one is better than the other.My main issue with this book,and many other books like it, is [...]


    7. This amusing and straight to the point book was entertaining to read and interesting to learn from Though several facts felt out of date and slightly bias, and a good chunk of the details are obvious and common sense to the average person, but the book mostly remained on point and covered some good grounds on the differences between men and women, why we clash and why we are also so compatible It s a good read for couples who need a little help in the conflict department, and need a better under [...]


    8. So interesting Must read for everyone out there, cuz it will make all the problems between boyz and gurls disappear and only that should make the world a little bit nicer Thereby, it gives you so many life hacks LUV


    9. WoahMUST reading for everyoneDefinitely learned about my past and what was going ond it was MOSTLY WRONGBahahaha



    10. There s still plenty of room out there for decent gender relationships books with useful advice and not afraid to tell things like they are This unfortunately was not one of them.The book starts out promising enough This discussion about nagging was genuinely interesting I also liked the discussion of differing gender point scoring systems , even though I ve heard it a few times in other places The suggestion of each person scoring actions in their relationships for a set period of time then co [...]


    11. Starts out strong, ends up tiresome a review of the audiobook Read by one of the authors, Allan Pease3 discs3 hoursWhy Men Don t Have a Clue and Women Always Need More Shoes starts out with a bang, delving into a lot of the differences that drive men and women crazy These are mostly humorous and mostly full of good advice But, we never do find out about women and shoes, nor do we find the answers to some of the questions posed in the opening section, such as, Why don t women initiate sex often [...]


    12. I learned a lot from this book Some points made sense to me Others, with all due respect are complete BS sorry not sorry I hate that they use a ranking system and give numbers to how attractive men and women are They also hint at getting plastic surgery or fixing something about yourself if you don t like it Which personally I m against but that s just me.It s true, that looks are important as well as personality but they didn t emphasize the personality aspect enough in my opinion Some parts al [...]


    13. In Waarom mannen liegen en vrouwen altijd schoenen kopen lichten allan Barbara Pease de verschillen tussen mannen en vrouwen toe Dit doen ze bijvoorbeeld door ergernissen van vrouwen over mannen en andersom toe te lichten Of vragen te beantwoorden als Wat vinden we aantrekkelijk aan elkaar En hoe kunnen we ons dus aantrekkelijker maken voor de andere sekse Waarom kunnen mannen minder goed omgaan met hun pensioen dan vrouwen Een interessant boek wat natuurlijk niet de waarheid biedt, maar wel inz [...]


    14. There s a great deal of useful information in this book, but you will have to overlook the stereotyping, some of which is hasty generalization For example, the ability to read maps is not dependent on gender this statement is being made by a woman who can, in fact, read a map Also, the section on farting, though humorous, is also inaccurate Perhaps, during the prudish 1950s or so, women were offended by their husbands farting, but I don t see this today In fact, in my marriage, it is my husban [...]


    15. On first impression, it s a book of insights into relationships At closer examination, it s a very simplistic, ignorant, overly superficial analysis of men and women, with the only explanation for gender specific behaviour offered being what we used to do when we were monkeys and neanderthals in other words, it can t be helped There is almost no reference to society s conditioning or the real psychological processes that govern the development and maintenance of individual behaviour It s undenia [...]


    16. I loved this book, very interesting I read it as part of the required course materials for my Psychology of Gender class We focused mostly on issues from the evolutionary standpoint Interesting to think about how men and women are the way they are because we have evolved this way and are now described in this novel I also loved the humor throughout the book Only negative comment would be that some of the solutions offered by the authors for the relationship issues seemed highly unlikely to me to [...]


    17. Not as good as their first book Some of the information was spot on, other bits really, really, really far off but then I guess it doesn t help that I severely lack the shoe desire gene I liked the real life examples to show what their theories looked like in practise, but thought there were too few of them.All in all a fairly easily read book accessible than Men Are from Mars but once you ve read either that or Alan and Barbara s other book, there s no real reason to read this one as well.


    18. I saw my self in between these lines especially The parent has conditioned the child to automatically respond the way they do The child has been taught it s not necessary to respond after the first request and that your standard is for you to remind, persuade or demand several times before you expect them to comply The child has trained you to keep repeating your demands and they think you don t really want them to act I really keep saying to my children why I have to repeat myself 1000 times


    19. I read this for brain candy, and I d say it s definitely a light, enjoyable read However, it does also have its bits of insight about the opposite sex I think what you get out of this book depends on how seriously you choose to take the claims which are made in it Also, it gives some information which is not relevant to a 21 year old, such as how people deal with retirement Entertaning and fun overall.


    20. Very interesting book about how and sometimes why men and women differ A good amount of humor keeps the book an easy read I enjoyed specially the last chapter on retirement because I had never looked at retirement from that point of view I d recommend this book to all, specially busy professionals who generally dont get time time think about a lot of the little but important issues touched directly or indirectly in this book.


    21. This book is not A DATING BOOK this books is to help women to understand men and vice verse.In case you are a woman then in this books you will find an answers to a lot of questions like 1 Do really men care about sex only 2 Are monogamy and commitment a nightmare to men 3 Why men are scared of marriage and a lot of other question,i would recommend this books to any single girl or any girl who want to understand men


    22. Imagine every pop psychology magazine article you ve ever readd you ll get the gist of this book It s jam packed with stuff but nothing new or enlightening No depth at all.I was offended by the way the portray men in this book too couch surfing, farting, liars I m sure there are men out there like that but the men in my social circle have evolved from or hunter gatherer ancestersif only by a little.


    23. It s been a while since I ve read this book but what I remember from reading it is a sense of enjoyment I don t like self help books on the whole But this isn t a self help book despite being able to function as one The language is clear and the authors are funny enough that reading what could have been rather dry subject matter becomes entertainment.


    24. I like all their books Easy to read, they get the poits across Maybe not all points are totally correct, but overall the book makes you aware of the fundamental differences that exist between the sexes These books should be compulsory reading for future brides and grooms particularly grooms who tend to be oblivious to this.


    25. Buku ini menerangkan tentang perangai lelaki dan wanita Mengapa sukar lelaki nak memahami wanita dan sebaliknya Contoh contoh yang diberi lebih berkisar dari kaca mata Barat tetapi kita boleh kaitkan dengan adab Timur Selepas aku baca, barulah faham beberapa perkara Kejap kejap lepas baca, Oh, macam tu sebenarnya Hehe.


    26. I really liked this book, it was interesting and a quick read It s great if you want to figure out the opposite sex and why men and women act and think the way they do.Good if you re into psychology Or not It also wasn t as cliche and cheesy as most self help and relationship books are I learned a lot of fun facts and quirky things


    27. Ich habe mir ehrlich gesagt etwas anderes darunter vorgestellt eher eine lustige Geschichte ber die Macken von M nnern und Frauen Aber das Buch ist totzdem lesenswert Obwohl wir das meiste wissen, ist es trotzdem interessant zu lesen Das Buch gibt auch sehr viele Infos ber das Verhalten, was wir nicht wissen Empfehlenswert Es ist eher ein Sachbuch


    28. its just tad bit cliched regarding gender roles and preferences etc, indeed some might even accuse it of being streotypical and even offensive at certain points but it can be useful as it at least attempts to give some understanding of the differences in genders and social interaction its a humours,easy and enjoybale read most of the time.


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