There was a time when MEN ARE FROM MARS WOMEN ARE FROM VENUS was a widely debated topic worldwide, it was interestingly based of the book with the same title, by US Author John Gray. It was a global success and I rushed out to buy the book, which was enlightening as it captivated you into seeing relationships in a new light, I remember it being very analytic and positive. John Gray was also a Lecturer and Relationship Counsellor, which proven by the methods he used to break the whole concept down in stages, I found it to be a brilliant read. Who Doesn’t Have This Book At Home? This book was published in 1992, but I recall John Gray being extremely popular as he engaged audiences on Oprah, I’m from England UK so I just recall the buzz and hype of it all in around Year 2000 or soon after, and I bought the book around that period of time. MEN ARE FROM MARS WOMEN ARE FROM VENUS is such a classic, I will be reading this book again real soon. This book is best explained in words straight from the synopsis, I have added a small section of it for you to read: The Sypnosis / A Mandatory Read For All. Gray’s insights into how to allow your other half to “pull away” like an elastic band. Prevent your emotional baggage from polluting your current relationship, and translate the phrases of the opposite sex are as relevant now as when they were first published. With straightforward, honest writing from that precious male perspective, Gray unlocks the secrets hidden in your partner’s words and actions to enable you to both reach true mutual understanding and a lifetime of love. Discover for yourself why thousands believe that MEN ARE FROM MARS, WOMEN ARE FROM VENUS should be mandatory reading for everyone. I agree with every word of it, this is not a sponsored post or marketing affiliate, it’s ideal for it being Valentines week, it really is a fantastic read. The writing on the book cover was blue and pink that I have, but the latest copy I have added here:MEN ARE MARS, WOMEN ARE FROM VENUS This is not a sponsored post, and the images used are not from the actual book.