Why Mars and Venus collide

January 18, 2008 6:35:37 PM PST
Improve your relationship and learn the difference between how men and women deal with stress!

Being a mom is filled with daily stress and it can take a toll on your health and relationships. In his new book, "Why Mars and Venus Collide," Dr. John Gray breaks down how men and women cope differently with stress and what you can do about it.

Why Mars and Venus Collide: Improving Relationships by Understanding How Men and Women Cope Differently with Stress By John Gray, Ph.D.
HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN: 0061242969/ISBN 13: 9780061242960
$24.95/$26.95 Can./CL/252 pages
On sale date: January 22, 2008
*Also available in audio and e-book formats
(visit: see www.harpercollins.com)

Web sites for Dr. John Gray: www.marsvenus.com
and www.marsvenuswellness.com

Tips on Men and Women stress differences:

  • Managing Stress, Men's testosterone levels go up when they feel like they've achieved something.
  • Women's oxytocin levels increase when they feel that they are being heard.
  • See your relationship as a place of refuge from stress & not the reason for it.
  • Thank your husband often and respect his cave time. Both increase testosterone.

About the book:
News reports and studies have detailed how everyday stresses can result in many health issues, but writers haven't really tackled its affects on marriage and love. HBO's new show "Tell Me You Love Me" has been depicting couples going through various stages of stress in a relationship for an hour each week, but consumers want a deeper exploration as only the renowned relationship expert John Gray can deliver.

With his highly anticipated new book Why Mars and Venus Collide: Improving Relationships by Understanding How Men and Women Cope Differently with Stress (HarperCollins; $24.95; CL; ISBN: 0061242969; on-sale: January 22, 2008), he builds on the important work of his previous books, including his modern classic Men are From Mars, Women are From Venus to examine how traditional male and female roles have evolved, how these changes have increased stress levels in our lives, and how they affect romantic relationships. While changing sex roles over the last 100 years have severely increased stress in our lives, Gray explains that men and women naturally react to stress in vastly different ways, and shows how without understanding Mars and Venus' differences, couples will experience unnecessary frustration-and the battle of the planets will truly begin.

Stress negatively affects all aspects of our lives - John Gray's seminal new book is the perfect guide for how to deal.

About John Gray:
An internationally recognized expert in the fields of communication and relationships and the author of fifteen books, John Gray, Ph.D. was a certified family therapist for over 15 years and has been conducting personal-growth seminars for over thirty years. His watershed book MEN ARE FROM MARS, WOMEN ARE FROM VENUS was recognized by USA Today as the bestselling book of the 1990s. Translated into more than 40 languages, this phenomenal book has helped millions of men and women transform their relationships.

He has appeared on Oprah, The Today Show, CBS Morning Show, Good Morning America, The View, Politically Incorrect, and Larry King, and has been profiled in Newsweek, Time, Forbes, USA Today, TV Guide, and People, among others. His "Mars Venus Advice" weekly syndicated column for Tribune Media Services has appeared in more than 100 media outlets -websites, international papers, and US newspapers such as Newsday, The Denver Post, Atlanta Journal, Los Angeles Times, and Detroit Free Press. A regular contributor to Redbook and iVillage.com, Gray also has a thriving website and an ongoing newsletter with thousands of subscribers: www.marsvenus.com and www.marsvenuswellness.com.


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