If one isn't a God fearing Christian with the associated belief systems the book is unbearable listening.
I couldn't finish the listen due to all of the Bible quotes. It may contain great information. However, I was overwhelmed by the chapter and verse.
I wish I could get my money back, I'm glad it was on sale for only $5
This selection had an interesting premise. A wife found her husband's journal while vacuuming. She then read it aloud to their dog/cat/pet. The entire journal was filled with his depressed thoughts about the relationship. Over, and over, and over, and over, and... The same thoughts is slightly different words, over and over.
I continued listening thinking (hoping) at some point there would be helpful information. Nope. All I got from it were depressing thoughts and unanswered questions. I really don't even know if the woman reading the journal was the same woman he referred to throughout all of the journal entries.
I am glad it was inexpensive and short. Still, I wish I could get my time back.
Helped us understand!
A wonderful addition to "Keys to the Kingdom" which was also filled with insight. However, I much preferred the form of this selection rather than the "story-line" if the Kingdom.
The review should make it clear this selection is for those wanting only dating information. I got very little out of it as far as ongoing relationship information. The write-up/sample indicated the writing would help those already in a relationship. I did not find that to be the case.
Actually I have been very fond of other titles she has offered. However, all of them have been a little bit thin on actual information and a lot of tease for her seminars.
I Kindled "Keys to the Kingdom" which contained good information, but, the "story line" was odd. I also Kindled "Making Sense of Men" which isn't offered as an audio book. It too contained very good information. I was left wanting more. Thus, the commercial tease for seminars.
I was disappointed on how much time was spent on interacting with the audience rather than giving out usable information.
If you are trying to navigate the dating scene it may be of use. Very, very limited information for those working on their current relationship.
Lots of references to entice the listener to take her live seminars.
The information seemed totally geared to getting people to pay for workshops offered. Very little actual knowledge was revealed. I'd strong suggest "Keys to the Kingdom" rather than wasting time/money on this.
A commercial advertisment
I love much of the information Ms Armstrong offers to her readers. I only wish some of her offerings didn't seem to only be a tease to buy into her workshops. I'd really like to have the information she has to share instead of feeling as if I must attend her classes to get the full picture.
That said, Keys to the Kingdom and Understanding Women made me want more. This selection was not helpful however.
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