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Why Men Never Remember and Women Never Forget
by Marianne J. Legato, MD, FACP and Laura Tucker

Published by Rodale

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Why won't he ask for directions?

Why does she always want to talk about the relationship?

Why can't he see that something is bothering her?*

But perhaps the biggest questions Why Men Never Remember and Women Never Forget resolves are: why is it so hard for men and women to understand each other, and what can we do about it?

According to Dr. Marianne Legato, an internationally recognized expert in gender-specific medicine, male and female brains are chemically and structurally different. And scientists are now finding out how these differences cause us to approach problems and experience the world in such dissimilar ways.

So how do we bridge this physiological gap? Dr. Legato provides many strategies and tips for learning to think like the other sex in order to get past our differences -- and offers smart advice for dealing with issues wherever they arise. This trailblazing book will enable readers to understand each other -- in both personal and professional relationships -- like never before.

*The answers: testosterone, oxytocin, and men don't read facial expressions or interpret visual cues as well as women.

pub date: 2005-09-03 | hardcover | 9781579548971