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Born to a wealthy Houston oilman and a bookstore owner specializing in metaphysical literature, Gray studied transcendental meditation under the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi for nine years before leaving to “do his own thing.” In 1979 Gray moved to San Francisco, took computer classes, and had a ton of sex.“My relationships and having sex — and making money — are just as important pieces of the pie to me as my spirituality,” he told in 1994. The couple toured and gave seminars touting the secrets to happy marriage — until they divorced two years later.
(Normally I ascribe my traits to introversion, not gender.)By the time I was halfway through I had softened to the grating gender stereotypes.Your power and strength can bring us great fulfillment, filling a void deep within our being.’” In case that slipped past you: Women need men to complete them.The book isn’t just loaded with stereotypes of men and women; it depends on them.Imagine, writes Gray, that one day invented space travel (emphasis added) and visited the Venusian damsels.Soon they discovered how different they really were — men were born self-assured leaders, and women emotional talkers — and forgot how to communicate.