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Making Sense of Men: A Woman's Guide to a Lifetime of Love, Care and Attention from All Men Paperback – February 15, 2008
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About the Author
Alison Armstrong is the creator of the nationally recognized Celebrating Men, Satisfying Women workshop. Thousands of people, men and women, single and married, have benefited from her exceptional understanding of men and their behavior.
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After months of feeling dejected because my boyfriend said he 'cared' for me when I wanted him to say he loved me, I read that section of this book. He and I discussed whether what Alison said was true for him, and since it is, it has meaningfully changed how I perceive the relationship.
My boyfriend asked (and wanted to know) what else the book said. It led to a fabulous discussion.
Once i began reading this book, I couldn't put it down! I realized that i was thirsty for the information which she provided. That information is there every day in our interactions; it's just that we don't know how to interpret the signals. I loved the way the book was written as a novel - though make no mistake - it's not really a novel - it is something else. This book is more like a vehicle to show in real life terms what understanding and respect between the sexes would look like.
In fact, some of the principles would be applicable to parent child/relationships, person / person, country/country and should it ever come to that extra-terrestrial / human interactions.
My only critique would be that the book was too short! I wanted more. So saying I enjoyed and learned from this book is an understatement. I loved it!