Why Men are the Way They are: The Male Female Dynamic

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McGraw-Hill Companies, 1986 - Psychology - 403 pages
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User Review  - Christian Scampoli - Goodreads

Great ideas; the book was definitely ahead of its time. However, at this point it's so outdated that it is hard to relate to for someone of my generation (millennial). It gives me more insight into my parents generation than my own. I wish it could be rewritten for a modern audience! Read full review

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User Review  - Michael Hsu - Goodreads

I grew up thinking men don't talk about emotions and other “unmanly” topics so it was a pleasant surprise that I was most intrigued by this book. This book opened my eyes about men issues I have thought about but was too afraid to talk about it. Read full review


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Warren Farrell, Ph.D. (Mill Valley, CA) is an internationally esteemed expert on gender issues, and the only man to have been elected three times to the board of directors of the National Organization for Women (NOW) in New York City. "Financial Times" named Dr. Farrell one of the world's leading thought leaders. He has been interviewed by Larry King, Peter Jennings, and Barbara Walters, and has appeared many times on nationally syndicated TV shows such as Oprah, Donahue, and CNN's Sonya Live. He is the author of many books, including the bestsellers "Why Men are the Way They Are" and "The Myth of Male Power.

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