He Says She Says by Lillian J. Glass

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The author of Talk to Win explores the diverse ways in which men and women communicate, describing the differences in male and female communication patterns and explaining how to close the gender communication gap. 15,000 first printing.
 

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Suzanne Schlosberg is a contributing editor to "Health" and "Shape" magazines. Her fitness articles and humor columns also appear in "Cooking Light", "Men's Fitness", and "The Los Angeles Times".
 
Published January 1, 1993 by Bantam Books. 251 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Self Help, Education & Reference, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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Opening with a quiz to discredit sexual clichÇs such as women's being more intuitional than men, Glass (who coached Dustin Hoffman for his role as a woman in Tootsie) goes on to establish 105 new ones--divided into ``Body Language'' (men gesture broadly, fingers together;

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Among the many recent books about the different communication styles of men and women, this is one of the more concrete. Glass ( Talk to Win ), a speech pathologist in Beverly Hills who has worked wit

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Glass ( Talk to Win ), a speech pathologist in Beverly Hills who has worked with actors (including Dustin Hoffman for his role in Tootsie ), first distills the results of national polls and other studies to quantify gender differences in body language, facial expression, and speech, voice and beh...

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