Gottman and Gray: The Two Johns

Gottman and Gray: The Two Johns

by Hara Estroff Marano

One is the gold standard; the other the gold earner. Take a wild guess which is which.
Walk into any bookstore in America —perhaps the world—head for the psychology shelves, and there bound together until sales do them part are the two gurus of relationships, John Gottman and John Gray.
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Copyright © 1997 Hara Estroff Marano. Reprinted July, 2000.
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Hara Estroff MaranoHara Estroff Marano is editor at large of Psychology Today magazine and has written for the New York Times, New York magazine, Smithsonian, Family Circle, Ladies Home Journal, and many more. She is the author of two books, most recently, "Why Doesn't Anybody Like Me?": A Guide to Raising Socially Confident Kids (Morrow, 1998). She may be contacted at hmarano@aol.com.
is it Hara or Hater? ive been a practicing psychologist for 25 years with credentials from UCLA and Columbia. As much as I hate to admit it here, men are from mars changed the conversation on our planet for the better. I could say it even saved my own marriage because I finally got what made my husband who he is. Gray's simplicity is the greatest gift. i've never met Gray and no desire to but he does deserve some respect for some of his teachings. gottman is a legend and deserves the utmost respect but many of us could benefit more by getting out of the lab and into real life .
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