by Allan Pease and Barbara Pease
Review Contributed by Laura Gembolis
This book lost me when it said: women are better at reading body language because they have children. The book states that since our cave dwelling days women have spent more time reading nonverbal babies and toddlers. So that skill was then passed down in our genes? The authors make no attempt to explain why their claim is true.
And I found it too big a claim to accept without anything to back it up.
One out of five stars.