Who's right? What's fair? Are men and women really that different, and if so, where do we compromise?
Would You Meet Me Halfway? shines a flashlight on the power struggles between men and women, revealing one misconception after another and willing to surprise you. You will see how we we exaggerate some qualities, conceal others, and insist on seeing what we want to see. Better information provides more balanced standards for compromise, and suggests ways to improve your most important relationships.
The authors are also masters of understanding miscommunications, and show you how to see through the confusion and navigate around it. This is just the ticket for those who wish to:
° Resuscitate a burned-out relationship;
° Make a good relationship great;
° Laugh out loud at our shared foibles; and
° Investigate some of our most confusing mysteries.
Would you meet us half way?
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"A politically incorrect analysis of why men are bailing out of relationships and retreating into video games. If you are a man wondering why you aren't involved in a committed relationship, or a woman wondering where all the good men have gone, then you need to read this book. It explains the problem brilliantly."
—Helen Smith, PhD, author of Men on Strike and host at Pajamas TV