Why Men Want Sex and Women Need Love

Why Men Want Sex and Women Need Love

Unraveling the Simple Truth

eBook - 2010
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nbsp;Allan and Barbara Pease, the international bestsell­ing authors of Why Men Don't Listen & Women Can't Read Maps , deliver their most exciting book yet.
Will men and women ever see eye-to-eye about love and sex? How will relationships ever be rewarding if men only want to rush into bed and women want to rush to the altar? In this practical, witty and down-to-earth guide, couples experts Allan and Barbara Pease reveal the truth about how men and women can really get along. By translating science and cutting edge research into a powerful yet highly entertaining read, you'll learn how to find true happiness and compatibility with the opposite sex.

*nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;The seven types of love
*nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;The top five things women want from mennbsp;nbsp;nbsp;
*nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;What to do when the chemistry is wrong
*nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;What turns men and women on - and off!
*nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;The most common "New Relationship" mistakes and how to avoid them
*nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;How to decode "manspeak"

If you want to get the most satisfaction from your relationship, or are single and looking for the right person, then you must read this book for the answer to Why Men Want Sex and Women Need Love .
Publisher: New York : Broadway Books, [2010]
ISBN: 9780307591609
Characteristics: p. ; cm.
Additional Contributors: Pease, Allan


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Sep 27, 2015

This book is well written. Organized. Helps men understand women better and visa versa. I like this author Allan Pease.

Jul 27, 2010

According to the authors, our attitudes towards sex and love are strongly influenced by our basic evolutionary history and biological needs. Men can't be sure that any given baby is theirs (the book says that studies show that about 10% of children born to married couples are not the husbands' biological children), so they are driven to have sex with as many women as possible to have a reasonable chance of fathering children. Women, on the other hand, know exactly which babies are theirs since they carried and delivered them. What they need is a man who will be willing to provide food, shelter, and security during and after pregnancy. The authors don't suggest that either attitude is right or wrong, although they do apologize to feminists for stating their thesis so plainly. They do say that by better understanding what drives the opposite sex, we can make our relationships better.
The book is written in an engaging and straightforward style, with very little scientific jargon, although it cites a large number of scientific and sociological studies of sexual behaviour and attitudes. A few cartoons and jokes are scattered throughout the book to lighten the mood a bit, but the underlying research is serious stuff.
Based on my own experience, I would say that most of what the authors say is credible and sensible. I recommend this book to anyone in a relationship or thinking of entering into one.

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