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5.0 su 5 stelle WENDY IS A GREAT AMBASSADOR FOR AMOR VINCIT OMNIA 6 febbraio 2014
Di A G van den Bergh - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
In a world of prejudice, Muslims, Palestinians and all other sorts from Hitler to South African Apartheid she is a great Story Teller and a Renowned Romantic with insightful advice on GloLo.

Highly recommended reading matter for all strangely - matched couples planning to take the Plunge.

Makes an EXCELLENT WEDDING GIFT...
4.0 su 5 stelle The Globalisation of Love gave me insights into and words to describe my ... 3 agosto 2016
Di Colleen Reichrath - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile
I put off reading this book for a long time, even though I thought it was relevant to my own GloLo relationship. When I finally did make the start I discovered it to be insightful while told in a pop-culture-tabloid-stereotypish way that makes it light enough to read on holiday by the pool. To add humour, Wendy Williams, PhD, writes in the tone of a person with delusions of grandeur. I’m not sure that this tone does service to the content of the book and it may not embrace cultural differences effectively.
The Globalisation of Love gave me insights into and words to describe my own GloLo relationship and provides fuel for the ongoing dialogue of the GloLo relationship adventure. It is also very interesting to read it with the current backdrop of some countries’ increasingly nationalist climate, when the reality is that we can all be considered a little bit ‘GloLo’ in one way or another. And as Wendy Williams says, GloLo’s are diplomats for world peace, starting in our own homes.
4.0 su 5 stelle GloLo - the inadvertent ambassadors for World Peace 6 ottobre 2012
Di Amazon Customer - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile
Reading a blurb on The Globalisation of Love, I felt an instant curiosity and interest - and just adored the utopian, all-embracing phrase: "people from everywhere are falling in love with people from everywhere else".

Excited by the many questions that came to mind and glancing through the table of contents, there was to me an implicit promise of answers on issues such as religion, language, family and location, location, location. Wendy Williams shows a passion for wordplay and who's to say, perhaps the term GloLo, referencing multicultural relationships, will indeed catch on. Readers are offered the distinction between same-same, different-different and same but different relationships. I was inspired to draw up my own personal GloLo Profile, worked out that I am in a different-different relationship and even had fun drawing up my very own top 10 clues that I am in a GloLo relationship.

Occasionally I had the impression that I was reading bits from my language and linguistics course or one or other of my social studies textbooks. But all in all, the author's wit and humor as she shares rich and colourful anecdotes makes The Globalisation of Love a worthy read.

Reading through is very much like being in a multicultural relationship with all its whirls and twirls, quirks and perks, frustration and fun. It will do you well to follow the author's advice and let go of certain expectations. I particularly enjoyed the many top 10 lists. When I noticed that Heidi Klum and Seal topped the Top 10 GloLo Celebrity Couples, (a topper that dissolved by the time this second edition went to press in Great Britain), I had to smile wondering what humor Wendy would bring to this.

Readers will also come to appreciate Wendy's thorough approach, entertaining insights and pragmatic optimism.
5.0 su 5 stelle Wendy Williams Explores The Worldwide Craze That Is Love 11 dicembre 2011
Di Cyrus Webb - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile
I have always heard and believed that you can't help who you fall in love with. Of course after you DO fall in love, that is sometimes when some of the biggest challenges yet happiest times come about.

No one is EXACTLY the same, and there will be challenges to any type of relationship we find ourselves in, however, in Wendy Williams' book THE GLOBALISATION OF LOVE we see that differences don't have to break us. Instead they just make life that much more exciting.

In the book she takes a look at the different ways that people are coming to terms with the various differences that they are confronted with in the relationships they have: be them cultural, ethnic or whatever might pose a challenge. What I first thought when reading the book was so many times we think black and white when it comes to "mixed marriages" or relationships. That is no longer the case. People are coming together with different spiritual paths, from different countries and customs and there is a middle ground that is found which allows them to love each other and appreciated and embrace what makes them unique.

Isn't that the fascinating thing about love? It comes in different ways and forces us to confirm to it. Along with Wendy's own experiences we find those of others that are making it work and are ready to share how we can do it as well. This is a book that will make you laugh, smile and think about how there is really nothing around us that should keep up from enjoying the greatness of the world, and that begins with embracing the people in it.

Thought-provoking and inspiring, THE GLOBALISATION OF LIVE explores the worldwide craze that is love and how you can make the most out of each and every new experience.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Funny, entertaining and useful 22 novembre 2011
Di Pernilla Plasonig - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile
Wendy Williams has captured the essence of a mixed partnership - be it due to race, religion, geography, language or culture. I laughed, smiled, got tears in my eyes and nodded with recognition (I'm Swedish, married to an Austrian) throughout the book. Reading this book is a must for those of you who are just entering a mixed partnership - whether you are at the level of getting to know, dating or preparing to marry. It is also for those of you who are already in a mixed partnership. If you haven't made all the experiences Wendy writes about, it is just a matter of time before you encounter them. The book is also very enlightening for those of you who have mixed partnerships amoung your friends or family, e.g. for parents who are about to see their son or daughter "leaving" for a foreign country / religion / culture to settle down with their loved one.