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Book Summary of Why Men Lie & Women Cry Allan and Barbara Pease are the world's foremost experts in personal relationships. Their books, seminars and TV programmes have made them household names from Australia to the UK and from the USA to Japan. In this, their first new book since the multi-million selling WHY MEN DON'T LISTEN AND WOMEN CAN'T READ MAPS, Allan and Barbara Book Summary of Why Men Lie & Women Cry Allan and Barbara Pease are the world's foremost experts in personal relationships. Their books, seminars and TV programmes have made them household names from Australia to the UK and from the USA to Japan. In this, their first new book since the multi-million selling WHY MEN DON'T LISTEN AND WOMEN CAN'T READ MAPS, Allan and Barbara use the same combination of startling observation of people's action toward one another, humour and practical advice to teach the reader more about what men want from relationships and what women want from relationships and how to get it.


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Book Summary of Why Men Lie & Women Cry Allan and Barbara Pease are the world's foremost experts in personal relationships. Their books, seminars and TV programmes have made them household names from Australia to the UK and from the USA to Japan. In this, their first new book since the multi-million selling WHY MEN DON'T LISTEN AND WOMEN CAN'T READ MAPS, Allan and Barbara Book Summary of Why Men Lie & Women Cry Allan and Barbara Pease are the world's foremost experts in personal relationships. Their books, seminars and TV programmes have made them household names from Australia to the UK and from the USA to Japan. In this, their first new book since the multi-million selling WHY MEN DON'T LISTEN AND WOMEN CAN'T READ MAPS, Allan and Barbara use the same combination of startling observation of people's action toward one another, humour and practical advice to teach the reader more about what men want from relationships and what women want from relationships and how to get it.

30 review for Why Men Lie And Women Cry

  1. 5 out of 5

    Clumsy Storyteller

    "Born naked, wet and hungry. Then things get worse." Chinese Proverb "Women worry about the future to find a husband. The men never worry about the future until they find a wife." Haha I don’t know about the second half of that statement but the first one is so damn true! Why? I don’t know, why women need men is beyond me! I guess it has something to do with our nature; we love to give love and nurture others, if not to a man to a baby or a dog! This book had some funny moments (I know it’s self- "Born naked, wet and hungry. Then things get worse." Chinese Proverb "Women worry about the future to find a husband. The men never worry about the future until they find a wife." Haha I don’t know about the second half of that statement but the first one is so damn true! Why? I don’t know, why women need men is beyond me! I guess it has something to do with our nature; we love to give love and nurture others, if not to a man to a baby or a dog! This book had some funny moments (I know it’s self-help not comedy) and a bit of scientific facts other than that it was boring as hell, the authors gave TOO MANY examples by adding additional information to validate their claims. Just Meh!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Petra

    quite good book, a lot of tips on how to improve communication between the sexes and how to understand each other better, suitable for men and women. I found all the jokes in the book very entertaining!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ranim Daw

    This book comes after "Why Men Don't Listen and Women Can't Read Maps". So it basically summarizes many of the points that were discussed earlier in the first book. Good quick read. The main difference between it and the first book is that it discusses the effects of a man's mother on his relationships and the importance of a woman's appearance in hers.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Mac

    This book is based mostly on anecdotal evidence and personal opinion. It provides very few solutions to the the issues they address. Very condescending towards women.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mayush Shrestha

    4 stars all for humour and for being so relatable.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Manal Omar

    Despite the misleading and- in my opinion- very commercialized title, the book offers insightful concepts revolving around understanding the opposite sex. half way through the book i was going through "OHs!, AAAHS!, and OKAAAYS", unmasking truths and realizing things about my own brain- and my husband's. At times- a lot of them- none applied to us- which makes me wonder WHAT ARE WE. Many times the roles shift, and i'm confused DO I HAVE A MALE BRAIN or what. But anyhow, the book is key to unders Despite the misleading and- in my opinion- very commercialized title, the book offers insightful concepts revolving around understanding the opposite sex. half way through the book i was going through "OHs!, AAAHS!, and OKAAAYS", unmasking truths and realizing things about my own brain- and my husband's. At times- a lot of them- none applied to us- which makes me wonder WHAT ARE WE. Many times the roles shift, and i'm confused DO I HAVE A MALE BRAIN or what. But anyhow, the book is key to understanding few of the things that might seem confusing to both genders. Getting into the last chapters however, i found the ideas offered kind of shallow and unnecessary, and many of them will bring feminists into guns and fists. I liked the thought of reading a 90s book that speaks the mind of that era, the NOW of the past, which made me giggle so many times at the tough thought of not having an internet to run to in case of information crisis- not funny i know.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Suzie

    following on from their previous book, which was excellent, this is funny, informative, well worth a read and will definitely teach you things you don't know!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jana

    Pile of clichés pretending to be science. Plus tons of bad jokes.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Emma Harvey

    As much as this book was insightful, I feel it will quickly become outdated, with homosexual couples not being able to relate to it etc. And it also focuses very much on the fact that we have certain gender specific behaviours inbuilt to our brains, that we are unable to change, which I don’t think is strictly true. I feel like it encourages us to behave too much like our ancestors, when times are rapidly changing. And for that reason, I feel like it’s very limited on how much information it can As much as this book was insightful, I feel it will quickly become outdated, with homosexual couples not being able to relate to it etc. And it also focuses very much on the fact that we have certain gender specific behaviours inbuilt to our brains, that we are unable to change, which I don’t think is strictly true. I feel like it encourages us to behave too much like our ancestors, when times are rapidly changing. And for that reason, I feel like it’s very limited on how much information it can give and whom to give it to.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Mark Vernon

    An awful book that puts pop psychology, that is assertions with no backing out as truth and as if it is from an educated basis. This dangerously confers all relationship problems to a social stereotyping. Yes some of it seems on the surface to be like your own experience but half a thought and you'll find that each part is at all times true of men and women.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jill Deschuytter

    There were some things that made me go ' oh, that's why-'. But I do feel like they see men as little children that can't do anything right. So, it's a nice book to pass the time but not one I would recommend.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Ivi Oltovska

    Loved it!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Siti Munira

    its like ive took a few peeks inside what's going on in our minds ;) hahaha i am looking forward to read other books from these awesome authors

  14. 5 out of 5

    Nishat

    The chapter on emotional blackmail made me realise women tend to keep expectations from others and thereby hurt themselves. A good read to understand the psychology of both genders.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Bisher Tarazi

    No Review cause I don't really wanna be in a debate with that, but inside of me something saying that I can't agree more. That's it

  16. 4 out of 5

    Diptanu Deb

    It's a great novel for understanding the opp gender. It's funny & lovely. It's a great novel for understanding the opp gender. It's funny & lovely.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Monish Uday

    All ugly truths are discussed here!!! Go for it to be a matured girl friend in his life!!!!!!!!!!!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ajeng Veran

    highly recommend this book for you who want to try to understand what he/and she think. a good book to read if you gonna get married. such a science of behaviour and sometimes its ppfffunny!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sorrowka

    The title is captivating, at which made me deem to buy the book. As what others said, it's showing the difference mind patterns between genders. Even so, the book said it doesn't mean we have to decline our deeds, the informations were just showing how things work different and hence both genders can comprehend each other. But it's unfortunate that some few topics are shallow (i guess due to culture differences as well) i.e about changing tv channels thoroughly, sexual appeal quizes and explanatio The title is captivating, at which made me deem to buy the book. As what others said, it's showing the difference mind patterns between genders. Even so, the book said it doesn't mean we have to decline our deeds, the informations were just showing how things work different and hence both genders can comprehend each other. But it's unfortunate that some few topics are shallow (i guess due to culture differences as well) i.e about changing tv channels thoroughly, sexual appeal quizes and explanation for both genders. Even er... sorry but quite many jokes are risque to me (again, culture and norm differences). hence the book is labelled age rating +18 in my country. But so far I learn quite many! It even rousing you to think "that right!!", "HOOO! Need to underline it!" , Ori hope my significant other read about this so we can understand each other". Here are some summary i got by reading the book. due to evolutionary, men are renowned for target direct, as so he's more into giving advices and see objectives. While women are more into maintaining relation, basically they're more into feelings and emotion focused as you might know (and want to be heard before ready to hear advices). At the same time, women also tend to be afraid of being directive. Many times using codes or roundabout approach hoping others notice that. For judgements, women regards more on frequency of what people do (that relates to relation and emotion). While men regards in the effort. I.e women give one point for each activity like cleaning the house, putting the dirty clothes into laundry bin, and fixing the piano. But men would have given 5 points for fixing the piano. Men tend to focus on the big picture while women are meticulous in trivial and tiny stuffs (Men even forgot he has done it). I.e the woman would regard the men for praising her, taking care of the child, opening the door for her, etc. (She would even give 2 points just for opening the door) It's interesting also that the book mentioned comprehensive explanation of tears and indirective way of women speech. there's a chapter about why men resisting commitment. It's more like the commitment of initial romantic relationship. Many men think that if they're entwined with commitment, they will divest the freedom. But the book gave the insights, that actually what women want is having love, loyalty, and fidelity. If men wants to have love, sex, friendship, and a caretaker, of course he needs to over something in return (which is, fidelity and commitment)

  20. 4 out of 5

    May

    I didn't think it was amazing as many people said it would be. OK, you get to know how the other think... but it doesn't give magical solutions for most popular arguments... it just emphasis that: that's how you are made and think, so just live with it... Anyway, I think the difference is good, that what separate us and makes us spacial... even if you face misunderstanding your whole life... This is where this book will come in handy, just to know that men don't and won't think like women, and vic I didn't think it was amazing as many people said it would be. OK, you get to know how the other think... but it doesn't give magical solutions for most popular arguments... it just emphasis that: that's how you are made and think, so just live with it... Anyway, I think the difference is good, that what separate us and makes us spacial... even if you face misunderstanding your whole life... This is where this book will come in handy, just to know that men don't and won't think like women, and vice versa. As I think, this book is based on two methods only : 1- the stone age and the role of men and women for surviving. 2- the evolution theory.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Izlinda

    I received this book as a going-away gift from a then-boyfriend. It was somewhat amusing teasing him, wondering if there was indeed some kind of hidden message. I found this book entertaining with the comics and illustrations and personable style, as well as easy to follow along. I had some "hmmm" moments when I got to the part about beauty and what men and women are attracted to. It seemed to strike me as too readily evolutionary and there were some traits I didn't quite agree with. It's a usefu I received this book as a going-away gift from a then-boyfriend. It was somewhat amusing teasing him, wondering if there was indeed some kind of hidden message. I found this book entertaining with the comics and illustrations and personable style, as well as easy to follow along. I had some "hmmm" moments when I got to the part about beauty and what men and women are attracted to. It seemed to strike me as too readily evolutionary and there were some traits I didn't quite agree with. It's a useful book to pull out and use as conversation fodder!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Shenaz Lynch

    This book is a good read. It helps with understanding male vs. female perspective on life, family, work and even retirement. It also helps you understand the skills to ensure that you discourage habitual liars from telling a lie. Surprisingly woman lie quite a bit too - they usually get away with it :) Relationship bonding with your spouse is the major focus - a definite eye open. Another good book that are along the same lines is - "His Needs and Her Needs"

  23. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    At first I just dipped into this book and it seemed a little bit like it was aimed at making men sound like the poor victims of evolution, like they can't help being the way they are, and made women sound like they are psychologically unstable villains but as I read more of the book, i realised it wasn't really like that and was actually quite interesting.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Rea

    Read in 2004 or 2005. I actually read it from cover to cover, and not just skimming bits that seemed to be of interest to me. So I must have enjoyed it. This book, however, was the last book in this vein (trying to explain the differences between men and women) that I read as a teen, and I haven't read another one since.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Andreas Michaelides

    This book by Alan Pease was an eye opener for me as what is going on between a man and a woman, it was a gift by one of my ex girlfriend, maybe she was trying to tell me something, anyway amazing book, explains in great detail and with scientific facts why men behave in one way and why women in another way, highly recommend for both sexes women and men.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Dinesh

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. After i read the Yellow paperback 2015 edition (Why men don't listen & Women can't read maps) i thought of reading the next book of them which is a catchy TITLE "Why men lie & Women cry" 2015 edition . This book enlighten me with many further info about the opposite gender. At times we can also use the tips from the book to be successful. :P :) After i read the Yellow paperback 2015 edition (Why men don't listen & Women can't read maps) i thought of reading the next book of them which is a catchy TITLE "Why men lie & Women cry" 2015 edition . This book enlighten me with many further info about the opposite gender. At times we can also use the tips from the book to be successful. :P :)

  27. 5 out of 5

    Lily E

    I love psychology. But this wasn't that interesting... I really don't buy the "caveman way of thinking" imprint still working on the human brain in the 21st century. (This book revolves around the men are hunters and providers/women stay at home babysitting paradigm).

  28. 4 out of 5

    GhidaP3

    It's not bad.. though I didn't like the fact that the writers kept resemble the men and women from our time to men and women from Flintstones days .. it should be nothing other than a theory not the whole book based on just one theory .. I didn't like that!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Susan Afra

    This book open my mind about what men think and evaluate my bad behaviour to manage my marriage and understand my husband. I often laughing when read my behaviour on this book. I already know that women's minds and men's minds is really different because of our human nature..

  30. 5 out of 5

    Wilton314

    This is a fantastic book, full of fabulous insights into why we are the way we are. Raised my self awareness and that of others. Still relate some of the stories from this book ten years on, at work and home.

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