Louann Brizendine, author of “The Female Brain,” examines the gulf between the sexes, this time from the male side. From the author of the groundbreaking New York Times bestseller The Female Brain, here is the eagerly awaited follow-up book that demystifies the puzzling. The cover of “The Male Brain” by psychiatrist Louann Brizendine, known for her bestseller “The Female Brain.” REUTERS/Broadway Books.

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It didn’t help and I wish I hadn’t read it. Sep 14, Sally rated it liked it. This was her aim. Definitely recommend reading this alongside Brizendine’s complimentary book “The Female Brain”.

And some other studies she cites are generalized from animal gold fish! And we have then taken that natural push that everyone has to procreate, and by cultural means or whatever, have turned sex into something else. View all 3 comments.

Mar 23, Minutes. Facebook Twitter Flipboard Email. There was great a I found the book very eye opening and enlightening, it was even more fun to read it with my husband, Nick! This audio book enlightened me and made me wish I’d read it before I got married or even once I started dating. However, with a husband and two little boys, learning about how the male brain works louanm infancy to old age was very fascinating.

Well, that brani be true for non-sensitive boys, but it is certainly not true–not even remotely close to true–for sensitive boys.

In the epilogue, the author states that she believes this book “can provide men with a sense of relief at finally being understood. Indeed, about half of what she said was true about “the male brain” simply wasn’t true of me; “Men accuse women of being too emotional and women accuse men of not being emotional enough” p.


This was an interesting quick read with a few points is never been introduced to before. Nov 15, Gizem rated it it was amazing. From the author of the groundbreaking New York Times bestseller The Female Brain, here is the eagerly awaited follow-up book that demystifies the puzzling male brain. I like how in her research and counseling she tries to bridge the gap of brizenndine with males vs.

Given that the book “is what it is”, I have to say I heartily enjoyed it and would recommend it. You could say that my whole career prepared me to write my first book, The Female Brain. Lots going on today, so I feel my brain cannot recall all of the good information in this book.

I had never heard the term “andropause,” so I was interested to learn that there was such a brjzendine male analogue to menopause. Women don’t always realize that the penis has a mind of its own — for braain reasons. And this male brain biology produces his distinctly male behaviors. Sometimes half the truth is worse than a lie. Especially some of the reviews that took issue with the fact that the book offers a narrow, cartoonish stereotype of heterosexual male behavior.

Oct 22, Sanar Samad rated it it was ok. There’s I highly recommend this book. I guess it’s rather illustrative of how little it stuck in my brain. Published March 23rd by Harmony first published September 8th For my male brain, kouann organization made perfect sense, and I was easily able to braun down and read the entire book through in a couple of sittings. Books by Louann Brizendine.


Excerpt: ‘The Male Brain’

Kind of interesting, but a little light on meaningful content. Claro, conciso y entretenido. Please try again later. Download our Spring Fiction Sampler Now. By Louann Brizendine, M.

Her book just reminded me of one braij commercial where the men are stupid and the women rule the world while the men sit around like worthless, bumbling idiots. A breezy and enlightening guide to women and a must-read for men. It does level off some when puberty is completed.

Accessibility links Skip to main content Keyboard shortcuts for audio player. Most important takeaway I’ll never use: As such, even though most of what it says is based on sound science, the presentation makes the book very dangerous indeed.

The Male Brain by Louann Brizendine

Tryvexan Male Enhancement is best here. May 08, Tamra rated it it was ok. My lack of boy-smarts was about to matter more than I imagined. It also tends to state the results of various studies as facts, while actual studies will usually have outliers and only certain percent differences between the trial conditions.

Occasionally she does it right, offering the necessary hedges such as “boys more often than girls will go behind their parents’ backs to take risks and break rules” p.