What woman hasn't taken a look at her man and decided he could use some improvement? There are some things we can change and some things we can't. Rick Johnson helps women identify the strengths in their men and the things that hold them back. He shows women how they can use their considerable influence in positive ways without nagging or laying on the guilt trips.
A man whisperer is a woman who can use her subtle powers of persuasion to help her man become his very best. With humor and plainspoken common sense, Johnson helps women deal creatively with those annoying little habits while focusing on building his strong points. He also shows women why some tactics just don't work. Any woman who wants her marriage to be stronger will benefit from this enlightening book.
©2008 Rick Johnson (P)2009 Treasure Publishing
I learned lot about myself, weakness, strenght. Though this book is directed for women but I find men can learn to be better father & husband. Best self help book.
There is good information in this book--especially for someone who has never done any study into the distinctions between men and women. There is a decidedly Christian bent to the message, but it does not detract from the author's message even if you have different beliefs.
Had some good points, but pushed the need for Christianity to understand a man. If you are not fond of Organized religion or people pushing their religous views on you, this is not the book for you. I had a hard time keeping my attention on the information, with all the bible references and requirements to pray.
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