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Warum Manner Nicht Zuhoren und Frauen Schlecht Einparken - Ganz Naturliche… (original 1998; edition 2002)

by Allan & Barbara Pease (Author)

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This book is a must-read for all men and women who love each other, hate each other, or simply co-exist. You will learn as much about yourself and how to improve your relationships, as you will about the opposite sex.
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Title:Warum Manner Nicht Zuhoren und Frauen Schlecht Einparken - Ganz Naturliche Erklarungen Fur Eigentlich Unerklarliche Schwachen
Authors:Allan & Barbara Pease (Author)
Info:Ullstein Verlag (2002)
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Why Men Don't Listen and Women Can't Read Maps: How We're Different and What to Do About It by Allan Pease (1998)

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Nicht so spannend, wie ich dachte. Vieles ist nun schon lange bekannt ( )
  kakadoo202 | Oct 7, 2020 |
et les femmes ne savent pas lire les cartes routières
  guyotvillois | Oct 15, 2018 |
Match found in the German National Library.
  glsottawa | Apr 4, 2018 |
I'm giving the second star only for being anti-PC, otherwise it's a definitely one-star read. Superficial, repetitive, trying to be humourous in vain. Had they not mentioned internet and mobile phone, I would have thought it was written in the eighties. ( )
  Lucy_Skywalker | Apr 24, 2013 |
Alan and Barbara Pease are american body language experts and psychologists who travel all around the world to explore the differences between genders.
Their book uses biology and evolutionary psychology to explain the differences between male and female cultures.
As the main message of the book is that men and women cannot be made the same no matter how much politicians try and treating them identically causes problems. Our differences are biological and permanent and we would be happier if we accepted and adapted.
  teodor_toshkin | Nov 23, 2012 |
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An einem schönen, sonnigen Sonntag setzten sich Bob und Sue mit ihren drei halbwüchsigen Töchtern ins Auto, um gemütlich an den Strand zu fahren und dort den Nachmittag zu verbringen.
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