“The theme of this book is communication. Communication is great, but this book implicitly assumes that good communication can fix almost anything (except, perhaps infidelity). With this theme, the author (again via implication) assumes that at the heart folks are generally good and will do the right thing, if only it is communicated in the right way.
Communication is certainly important, and Dr. Leman has some helpful ways to respond to situations without "blowing up," but his simple question & answer style assumes that folks are generally good, and not generally centered on themselves.
The book had a variety of categories, making it somewhat useful as a reference tool, but Leman's constant comparison of men to cavemen, and his frequently juvenile terms for anatomy (among other things) make this a rather unhelpful book. ”