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Reviewed by Neil A White for Readers' Favorite
The Nature of a Woman by Gary P Simmons is a wonderful tome written by a layman for the “Everyman” out there to understand the moods of a woman. And, most importantly, it provides clever and concise tips on how to nurture and strengthen relationships. If I’ve not gotten the attention of – close to – the entire male population at this stage, then I see little hope for a sudden decrease in divorce rates.
Written in an easy to understand manner that eschews medical jargon, Mr. Simmons leads us through his four stages of female moods that, he explains, roughly coincide with the four weeks of the menstrual cycle. The four stages - Relief, Love, Restless and Volcano – are explained in detail, from not only the female perspective, and what she is feeling, but also from the male perspective. Though understanding the four stages is merely half the battle, Mr. Simmons goes on to not only point out all of the warning signs associated with each stage, but offers a road map of how to best counteract even the toughest of situations.
Mr. Simmons, I should point out, is not a medical professional, but someone who has been there with us men in the trenches. And by taking the painstaking time to research how to make a relationship work, putting his theory and resolutions onto the page, then sharing with the rest of us clueless males . . . Well, for that he is to be commended. That is, of course, assuming we can follow directions.