Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus but the Event is in Oxnard, CA

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Reserve your seat today for an evening with the most famous relationship author on any planet, John Gray Ph.D. On September 22, 2011, Dr. Gray will discuss topics related to living healthier, happier lives translating into a more loving relationship

Women and men aren’t different because they grew up differently or came to look at the world in differing ways, though both can be true. It’s because the bodies of men and women are hormonally poles apart

Want to find out why some women never feel the effects of menopause? What are “Balanced Planets” and which “super foods” contain the essential vitamins and minerals that will keep you healthier & happier longer? Interested in a happier more stress-free relationship? Then join the most famous relationship author on any planet, Dr. John Gray in just one short week, September 22, 2011, at The Residence Inn, Oxnard River Ridge.

“Men are from Mars, women and from Venus,” sold 50 million copies worldwide. Now, right from the pages of his newest masterpiece, Venus on fire Mars on ice: Hormonal Balance—the Key to Life, Love, and Energy (Mind Publishing) Dr. Gray will discuss why stress can be a relationship killer. How men and women react differently to stress. What stress can do to a woman’s body and more.

Both men and women are encouraged to attend this FREE public speaking engagement sponsored by Lassen’s Natural Foods & Vitamins and Natural Factors where Dr. Gray will be presenting recent scientific discoveries which back up what he has been saying for over 30 years. Men and women do communicate differently, “like they come from different planets.” However, they also react differently to stress and metabolic processes which dictate whether or not one is happy, gains weight, is stressed out or burnt out!

It’s all about the hormones. “Women and men aren’t different because they grew up differently or came to look at the world in differing ways, though both can be true,” says Gray. “It’s because the bodies of men and women are hormonally poles apart. The biochemical makeup of the two genders is not the same.” We have known this, in broad terms, for a long time. But it’s only recently that we’ve gained the scientific knowledge to pinpoint which hormones are most influential in the success and failure of relationships.

“For a man, increased levels of testosterone reduce stress,” explains Gray. “For a woman, increased levels of oxytocin reduce stress.” Gray emphasizes it’s important to understand that both genders do make use of both testosterone and oxytocin, but, both men and women differ greatly on how much of each hormone they need. Stress, if not dealt with, can be a real relationship killer.

According to John Gray's publicist Steven, M. Rosenberg, “audiences around the world have enjoyed the wit, wisdom, expertise and showmanship of Dr. Gray. Men and women are encouraged to sign up and reserve their space today before all the seats are gone.” Rosenberg adds, “attendees often benefit as John stays on to answer personal questions and even gives his indispensable advice one on one.”

This FREE public lecture will be held on Thursday, September 22, 2011 from 6:30 – 9:30 pm at The Residence Inn Oxnard River Ridge (Near the Dallas Cowboys training field) 2101 West Vineyard Ave., Oxnard, CA 93036. Doors open at 6:00. A book signing will follow the lecture. Reservations are required due to limited seating. RSVP’s will be accepted at any area Lassen’s store, online at or by calling (805) 644-6990 Ext 4.

The next confirmed speaker in the Lassen’s Natural Foods & Vitamins author lecture series features Dr. Michael Murray, N.D. widely regarded as one of the world’s leading authorities in the field of natural medicine will be on Wednesday, January 25th 2012, in Oxnard, CA. More details to follow. John Gray interviews may be scheduled by contacting: Steven M. Rosenberg, at SMR&A-PR, (An INK, inc Company)


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