Women Are Like Cats and Men Like Dogs: Or Are They?

Women Are Like Cats and Men Like Dogs: Or Are They?

by Kat Brown


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Life is too short to live it miserably. One of the worst ways of making your life unproductive is the endless misunderstandings and miss-handling of one another, whether intentionally or not.

If you study the behaviour of Cats and Dogs you will doubtlessly see some similarities and this book subtly shows that.

This book is an observation of how men and women exchange with each other, pointing out obvious mistakes and offering suggestions to improve peoples relationships.

Take for example the woman who says to her partner "We need to talk". Thats one of the biggest no nos, or women already making appointment with a wedding planner a just after one night of passion, or the woman who spends hours gossiping with her girlfriend in her mans ear shot, or indeed the man who brings back a size too large for his woman or who never notices a new hairstyle or both not communicating properly, The list is endless.

It should have most readers in hysterics especially when they stumble upon scenarios they can relate too.

Don't be surprised if you recognize yourself! Hey, don't shoot the messenger!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781467897846
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 12/09/2011
Pages: 200
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.46(d)

About the Author

Kat Brown's successful career as an entertainer enabled her to gather a plethora of stories about the quest for relationship happiness. As a self-confessed people-watcher, she is equipped with the knowledge. She's self taught in various social studies and well-read upon similar subjects such as psychology. Being an avid social person provides enormous opportunity for Kat's research. People divulge all sorts of personal information in a relaxed informal environment, and after hearing others confess certain experiences, before she knew it, she had a whole book. Kat's good listening ability and agile, judgement-free reasoning adds to her advantage as an effective self-improvement author.

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