Bookings now open to see Best-selling Mars/Venus author LIVE at lifestyle expo Dr John Gray, the man who brought the battle of the sexes into the mainstream with his best-selling book Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus, will be sharing his insights during the Look and Feel Good Expo at Johannesburg’s Coca Cola dome from 9 to 11 October 2009. The expo focuses on ways to maintain and enhance health, beauty, fitness, well-being, the environment and happiness in today’s high-pressure society. John Gray, PhD, described as the top-selling relationship author of all time, will be giving three talks during this lifestyle and healthy living expo. Among his 16 best-sellers, the American self-help expert is credited with producing one of the most popular books of recent years: some 40 million Mars/Venus books have been sold in more than 45 languages throughout the world. An expert in the field of communication and a certified family therapist, Dr Gray helps men and women understand, respect and appreciate their differences in both personal and professional relationships. It is fair to say that his Mars/Venus theory revolutionised the way in which the sexes viewed relationships. Far from accepting that the divide between male and female gender stereotypes could never be bridged, Dr Gray’s groundbreaking 1992 book explored the essence of the sexes and advocated acknowledgement and understanding of their differences as a path to harmony between men and women. In his many books, CDs, DVDs, workshops and seminars, he provides practical tools and insights to effectively manage stress and improve relationships. During the Look and Feel Good Expo, Dr Gray will be discussing his most notable works. His talk on Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus – a practical guide for improving communication and getting what you want from your relationships – will take place on Saturday, 10 October at 10am. He will be suggesting positive parenting skills for raising co-operative children during his Children are from Heaven talk on 10 October at 2pm. His latest book, Why Mars and Venus Collide, will be the subject of his final talk, on Sunday, 11 October at 10am. Here, Dr Gray will give advice on how to improve relationships by understanding how men and women deal differently with stress. Book online for these talks during the Look and Feel Good Expo by visiting www.lookandfeelgoodexpo.co.za.
Editors note: Recognising that in today’s fast-paced and highly pressured society many South Africans’ health and wellness has been compromised by a time-starved lifestyle, the Look & Feel Good Expo is an all encompassing event that will reflect the global move towards health, wellness, longevity, positivity, vitality, environmental awareness and sustainability. The expo will reflect the most up to date information on wellness and healthy living. Tickets to the expo are: R60 general admission, R30 for pensioners and students, and free for U12’s. More info: http://www.lookandfeelgoodexpo.co.za