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Perhaps the book's most crucial chapter posits that the best way to get over the loss of love is to focus on the "love" more than the "loss." That may seem impossible, especially if the bum took off with your best friend, your life savings, and your Lyle Lovett CDs, but Gray didn't get to be a household name because the advice in his Venus and Mars books doesn't work. Remembering only the bad parts, Gray says, leaves you with an important part of your emotional being closed to new business.
As for the Venus and Mars stuff, that comes in the second half of the book, when Gray looks at how men and women start new relationships from different points of view, with different priorities (a man might want to have fun with no strings attached; a woman might carry with her a lengthy list of requirements for her next partner, a list that excludes virtually all available men).
If you've never read Gray's work before, you have to be prepared to check your cynicism at the door. This is earnest stuff, but it's also based on decades of experience counseling clients. He's not one of those photogenic, nine-times-divorced shrinklets who's telling you how to conduct your relationships without any real clue of what makes love last. This is the real package: nothing glib, nothing quick and easy, nothing you could've figured out from a "Love Is..." cartoon. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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.
It is a good guide , however some suggestions are not good advices. but really deals with many of the issues people have to face after divorce.Published 9 days ago by happy
I have three of the other books, and they were a big help. Recently divorce, and I'm using this book to start my recovery process. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jaime
Great book! Informative in a lot of ways...don't stop with this book, read them all! I did & still refer back to certain topics!Published 1 month ago by SheeShee
Included here is very important information about healing. I was divorced about a year ago but it would still be very good for the newly divorced. Read morePublished 2 months ago by G. Lameyer
I like John Gray's books and this one has been especially helpful in helping more through the stages of grief: denial, bargaining, anger, sadness and acceptance. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Fit Brit
I was pleased with the service and quality of the book. It is a great book for anyone who gets divorced or loses a loved one.Published 5 months ago by Chantal Hinton
It helped alot in many ways. I was able to apply to lost love and lost of a loved one.Published 6 months ago by Kaye
This book deals with addressing divorce, separation, death or any other type of loss. If you are experiencing any emotional effects this book helps you recognize why you are having... Read morePublished 6 months ago by jennifer
The book was in much better condition than what I expected. I bought it for a friend.
An even more inspiring book because of the condition.