Special Conditions Apply: A Laymans Exploration of the Romantic Nuances of Human Gender Malcolm A.J. Charles

ISBN: 9781426925757

Published: July 10th 2010

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212 pages


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Special Conditions Apply: A Laymans Exploration of the Romantic Nuances of Human Gender  by  Malcolm A.J. Charles

Special Conditions Apply: A Laymans Exploration of the Romantic Nuances of Human Gender by Malcolm A.J. Charles
July 10th 2010 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 212 pages | ISBN: 9781426925757 | 7.73 Mb

What is the fundamental cause of perceived incompatibility between the sexes? Why does the level of anxiety and stress that seems to accompany relationships between the sexes often lead to irrevocable breakups and divorces? In Special ConditionsMoreWhat is the fundamental cause of perceived incompatibility between the sexes?

Why does the level of anxiety and stress that seems to accompany relationships between the sexes often lead to irrevocable breakups and divorces? In Special Conditions Apply, author Malcolm A.J. Charles explores the often taboo subject of adult relationships.

Speaking from a laymans perspective, Charles examines the fundamental differences between men and women and attempts to raise greater awareness and sensitivity about these differences. With a humorous approach, Special Conditions Apply discusses how the gender divide affects both men and women in the home, workplace, society, and the business community.While Charles does not pretend to have all of the answers to relationship issues, he lightheartedly presents information on how you can find the right answers when you dont know the right questions to ask.

Although there is no one-size-fits-all answer to adult relationships, Special Conditions Apply helps demystify this gender conflict.



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