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impersonal sex does promote addiction to sex," he adds, "it's along the same line of pornography." In 2007 Deborah Cameron published a book-length critique of Gray and other self-help ventures premised on gender difference stereotypes in The Myth of Mars and Venus: Do Men and Women Really Speak Different Languages?Gray was accused of borrowing from the work of author Deborah Tannen and he acknowledges some similarities but says, "I was teaching those ideas before I'd heard of her" and that he did not read her book. Asking questions such as: -How should you act on your first date?-How can you tell if your partner means what he says? John Gray helps new couples figure out whether they are partners for life or just enjoying a brief encounter.His academic background, not in psychology or humanistic fields, has been subject to some controversy.It’s unsure where Gray completed his bachelor/master and he received the Ph D, by a now defunct and unaccredited institution after completion of a correspondence course.
Listeners will find creative ideas on how to find their soulmates and thoughts on how to create a loving and mutually fulfilling relationship.
In 1997, Gray began opening Mars & Venus Counseling Centers, where he trains therapists in his "Mars & Venus technique" in exchange for a one time licensing fee and monthly "royalty payments".
Dorothy Cantor, a former president of the American Psychological Association, has questioned the ethics of creating a franchise for what is essentially a therapeutic process.
In 1996, Gray and Maia and Bart Berens co-founded Mars Venus Institute.
Bart Berens was president and Maia Berens was director.