John Grey: “Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus”

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John Grey: "Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus"

Men and women have nothing in common; they might as well be from two different planets. Somehow I agree with Grey but to some extent it sounds that Grey is stereotyping. We cannot say that Grey is completely prejudiced but there are certain points where we can say that men and women do have many things in common. As far as they are human beings they have some common traits, characteristics, feelings, emotions. Yes, with respect to duties, responsibilities, and physical abilities/strength we can say that they are certainly different from each other. Or rather we should say Men have masculinity so they are like Mars; and women have feminine qualities so they are like Venus. In the following argument we are going to discuss this matter.

"Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus" was written by John Gray.

And it provides a unique way and the process for men and women to communicate effectively. This allows them a better relationship through the recognition of the differences between them. The book provides real life stories to entertain the reader, but also allows them to gain knowledge about the opposite sex. The book focuses on the differences between men and women. Not only does the book provide examples of how the reaction of men and women differently, but it provides suggestions on how to communicate more effectively (Gray 622-624).

This book has been recognized by The New York Times as one of the best have the number in 1995. Knowledge gained from the "Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus" is not only useful for personal relationships, but can also be used in the professional preparation as well. And can apply the knowledge...