Your husband learned from an early age to deny his true feelings - and to be silent about his deepest needs. Most men long for greater intimacy with their wives, but they have no idea how to find it.
Best-selling author David Murrow breaks the silence, uncovering the central secret of your spouse’s heart. He reveals what every husband since Adam has felt but has been unwilling or unable to say.
If you really want to know what’s stored up in your husband’s heart, listen to this audiobook. You’ll not only understand him better, you’ll love and respect him more.
©2012 David Murrow (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Not credible to me - use god / Adam and Eve etc as basis for concepts
Something science / research based
Don't know - Pastor something( so the religious bias of the book was clear before you purchased
Frustration, disappointment, annoyance
Can Audible add a guide / rating to indicate books with high religious content?
Not sure what else to say, but DUHHHH. Okay, here we go...
Yeah, men like to have sex. Ummmm, so do women - newslash.
Treat people nicely; respect people. We need to chat about that? Really?
Don't earn more than your husband. Okay, not even sure what to do with that...
"When men tell the truth, their wives get upset." This is called DYSFUNCTION. There are people called therapists. Call one. The story about the church elder and poor Earnie and the gay porn thing is JUST CLASSIC. CLASSIC. This is why I don't go to church.
Next rant. Really women start planning their weddings at age 5?!?!? REALLY? Ummm, I think most of us are planning and imaging our Ivy League futures these days, not our weddings. lol - this book is really not relevant for today's American.
I'm not sure any 10-year-old doesn't know most everything that was said in this book. Are some of these recommendations are even still relevant? I was a bit surprised about how many great ratings this book got.
FINALLY, if you need help with your marriage, get the MORT FERTELL program, it is immensely helpful. It actually tells you exactly what to do instead of ambiguous stereotyping and cliches. And yes, it is scripturally based but not obnoxiously.
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