In their best-selling book Men Are Like Waffles, Women Are Like Spaghetti, Bill and Pam Farrel use the analogy to explain how husbands and wives are different – men process things in a compartmentalized way while women tend to do so in a more interconnected fashion. When it comes to communication, for example, women can address multiple topics at once while men prefer to focus on one subject at a time. When a husband and wife understand how each of them is wired, it can go a long way toward improving not only communication, but how they approach other relationship and life issues such as romance, stress, conflict, and much more. Don't miss this Focus on the Family broadcast as the Farrels unpack these principles and describe how you and your spouse can better understand each other and build a stronger marriage.
For more from the Farrels, check out their book Men Are Like Waffles, Women Are Like Spaghetti: Understanding and Delighting in Your Differences.
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