Designed as two books in one, John's What Every Man Wants in a Woman and Diana's What Every Woman Wants in a Man will bless couples married for years, young and newly married couples, and even singles.
Written in a easy-to-read, conversational style, this audiobook, which features anecdotes and jokes, as well as the latest statistics on marriages, will appeal to both men and women equally.
"Remember this: your marriage can be a better marriage, or it can be a bitter marriage. The choice is entirely up to you. Do not allow your past to control your future. You will never conquer, or change, what you refuse to confront." - John Hagee
"What women want in a man may not be what God wants them to have. What women want in a man is not as easily received as we may think. We have much to do with what we want from others." - Diana Hagee
©2007 John Hagee; (P)2006 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Good practical advise on marriage relationships from a Biblical perspective both husband and wife are addressed by the pastor and his wife, on a number of topics.
If you are in a traditional (heterosexual) Christian marriage, then this could be the book for you. Very witty but truthful too. Half written by him and half by her. Sense of humour required, as the book is very funny. Suitable for couples looking to improve their marriage, even if already happily married. As this is a book about gender differences, it would not really be suitable for same gender couples, unless buying it as a gift for a male / female couple. I think the title is pretty clear about the target audience. NB. This is a Christian book, so don't bother to purchase if you don't like basic biblical teaching. Probably quite suitable for engaged couples though. Nicely narrated.
"Degrading to homosexuals"
It really makes me angry and sad to listen to degrading words about homosexuality.
I knew it was a Christian book - but in Denmark Christianity and homosexuality is a fine combination.
The Danish government plan to introduce same-sex marriage in 2012. Couples will be allowed to marry on Church of Denmark premises.
It is a really easy listening book - not much interesting psychology in it.
A lot of Bible talk. I think the Bible is a beautiful book - but if you want to know something about male/female psychology - and relationsship, this is (my opinion) not the best book.
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