The Four Genders Handbook

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A new and exciting way to explore human relationships. This book identifies two shared primal energies giving us two fundamental types of men and two fundamental types of women. These four types, or “Four Genders”, are of equal worth but are quite different. Find out how to discover your own type, find a great partner, and get on better with your family even workplace.

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About Sam Small

I was born on the island of Portsmouth on the south coast of Hampshire, England. I was brought up on the sprawling council estate called Paulsgrove, on the mainland just north of the island. It was created for World War II refugees from the bombed out Portsmouth. The Germans did a thorough job.

Paulsgrove was filled with misfits, dysfunctional families, violent teenagers and I had a view of the Isle of Wight from by bedroom window. I loved Paulsgrove till I was twelve.

I worked in the Royal Dockyard, Portsmouth as an electrical fitter. After meeting some teachers in one of the popular sixties folk clubs, I decided to be a teacher. I taught for two years and then became a residential social worker. I followed that by being a recording studio engineer and record producer but I went back to teaching as a computer studies lecturer. Shortly afterwards I moved from Portsmouth to London.

I became a computer programmer, computer maintenance engineer and website designer but also began writing and making short films.

I got married for the first time late, very late. However, it saved my life in many ways.

My purpose is now to use my energy type to make a positive difference in people's lives.

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Review by: breege collins on June 3, 2012 :
Bit of a tsunami this book. I tells me I am a Dominant type - a revelation with which I am inclined to agree. A great self-discovery no less. But can I persuade my partner that he is a Submissive type, and if not, will the book's author pay the divorce costs?
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Review by: Irving Conway on June 1, 2012 :
This book is unique and written with great clarity and insight. Although the
author admits to lack of higher education, it is not at all evident.
This could well have been written by a professional in the field of
human behaviour. It has ‘textbook’ qualities and may well become a serious
reference book.
Irving Conway
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Review by: jack pizzey on May 31, 2012 :
I am not entirely convinced by this book's thesis so, in its terms, I am in denial. But I do find the book fascinating and stimulating and lucidly argued. I think it might well take off like another Men are fom Mars etc.
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Review by: Antoinette on May 31, 2012 :
This book has a refreshing new take on relationships. It will require the reader to 'think outside the box' of societal expectations of gender specific roles in society. And also to allow themselves to be willing to experience new ways of relating which I have found to actually work. I found it useful in understanding the challenges in relationships I have or had with work colleagues, family members, friends as well as lovers. The Four Genders Handbook cannot really be compared to any other book I have read on relationships because of its unique stance on relationship dynamics, but I do think that it has the potential to impact relationships in the 21st century as 'Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus' did in the 1990s.
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