A genuinely interesting topic, this. Unfortunately, it’s easy to get into a fiery mess when discussing it.
Educating oneself on such a subject is very important, not only to be able to talk about it more freely, but also to understand yourself and your partner better. In fact, I think the best way to approach this subject is for both you and another member of the opposite sex to read the same book. And, discuss!
I loved it! He really hit the nails on their heads. I have watched women my entire life, often wondering why they do what they do, to each other and themselves. Richard breaks down the different psychosis into organized archetypes. His insights are thought provoking and he tempers the volatile subject matter with his brand of humor, which I appreciated also. Sadly I am sure many thin skinned PC femmes will be upset by the reading of this, but if you truly wish to be a better woman you will not prolong facing these dark parts of our gender any more than you must and stop the madness! It should be required reading in Women’s Studies courses 🙂 seriously. You are a brave man for writing this book and I think your insights are a valuable resource Richard , Bravo!
The book addresses gender “norms” and “roles” in relationships that aren’t actually necessary, or even best practice to make a relationship thrive. It’s a comprehensive guide to achieving a balance in a committed relationship based on research and Aponte’s lived experience with couples. Touching on topics from fidelity to finance, Aponte addresses the importance for both men and women to view themselves as both an individual, as well as a part of a couple.
This book would be essential because there is a section in the book that discusses differences in personalities, their natural instincts, and how it applies to understanding a person’s personality, lacks, needs and wants so they are able to make their partners happy.
There are a lot of different books that focus on the physical, social, and mental differences between men and women. Gender differences emerge from an early age and play a significant role in how a child develops. Susan Pinker’s novel, The Sexual Paradox: Troubled Boys, Gifted Girls, and the Real Difference Between the Sexes, focuses on how gender differences evolve throughout the life time and shape children’s futures from the moment they are born. Many universities have used the novel, Pink Brain, Blue Brain, by Lise Elliot to study how small gender differences that appear in early childhood play a determining role in a child’s future.
Critically acclaimed journalist Daniel Bergner turns everything we thought we knew about women’s arousal and desire inside out. Drawing on extensive research and interviews with scientists and everyday women, he forces us to reconsider long-held notions about female sexuality. As he explores the answers to a number of fascinating questions, Bergner debunks myths and looks at the future of female sexuality, including the possibility of a female “Viagra”. He goes behind the scenes of some of the most groundbreaking experiments on sexuality today and confronts us with controversial, sometimes uncomfortable findings. Incendiary, profoundly insightful, and brilliantly illuminating, What Do Women Want? will change the conversation about women and sex, and is sure to spark debate for years to come.
This book tells it like it is. The author is backed by over 30 years of research. She talks about the similarities and differences between men and women throughout time. How who they have an effect on their social roles and relationships. She discusses how men and women are raised differently and therefore end up differently. It’s a very interesting read that you won’t be able to put down.
Award-winning Hollywood screenwriter jD Shapiro, best known for the film Robin Hood Men in Tights, reveals the secret desires of men and how any woman can use what a man needs in order to get what she wants. Political correctness aside, this book is a MANual that will show you how to operate a man in a way he will LOVE and LOVE YOU for doing so.