Would You Meet Me Halfway? (Revised edition) Would You Meet Me Halfway? shines a flashlight on the power struggles between men and women. Enjoy this clearly written presentation of the cleverly camouflaged combat tactics between men and women. The authors are masters of understanding our misunderstandings, and show you how to navigate through these confusing . Much of it will surprise you. While we usually think of men as being strong and stoic, indications are that men are more seriously stressed in arguments with women than the other way around! While we think of our society as unfair to women, indications are that we often support women against men and leave men to take care of themselves. And while we seek equality, now more than ever, we continue to judge men and women by vastly different standards. This is just the ticket for those who wish to: ° Learn to stay on track ° Resuscitate a burned-out relationship; ° Make a good relationship great; ° Laugh out loud at our shared foibles; and ° Investigate some of the most intriguing puzzles of our times. Endorsements (from 1st edition.) "Carefully researched, well written, provocative, and often quite funny, this timely little volume is full of deep wisdom and practical insights not found elsewhere. The narrative moves smoothly between our early origins and the complexities of modern relationships. Truly, a fascinating read." —Michael Dowd, author of Thank God for Evolution "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. See additional comments from the first edition, titled "You Still Don't Understand," on Amazon. Comments are consistently complimentary, with a 5 average rating on a 5 point scale.
I am a relationship psychologist, with a gift for making complicated matters visible and interesting. Through years of working with relationships, my co-author and I have become experts in understanding misunderstandings, and showing how to navigate around them and findings something we can live with.