I cannot say enough good things about this book! I read the original version of it, and this revised and updated edition continues the excellent research and informative writing of the original. Read Chapter One here.
The book gives clear, concise explanations (for women, of course!) of how men think and why. It’s not delivered from a here-is-how-to-manipulate-your-husband perspective, though. Instead, the whole idea of the book is for women to learn how men are wired so we can better communicate with them…and ultimately have better relationships with them.
I found it eye-opening because it cuts through all the politically correct nonsense about how men should be, along with all the conservative nonsense about how women should be, and gets to the heart of why both genders operate the way they do.
Ever wonder why men are so sensitive about certain things but impervious to others? This book explains that sort of thing in a way I could understand it, believe it and apply it to strengthen my relationship with my husband.
I highly recommend this book for any woman–married or not–who wants a better relationship with the men in her life.
(By the way, gentlemen, there is a companion book called For Men Only if you want to learn about how women are wired.)
I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.
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