What Wives Wish Their Husbands Knew About Women

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By: James C. Dobson   Publication Date: 1977   Format: Book   Page Count: 192

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Dr. James Dobson provides an empathetic look at the barriers to marital harmony, offering insightful and helpful suggestions on issues like low self-esteem, depression, loneliness and boredom in marriage, sexual problems, financial difficulties, hormonal and physiological problems and others. Both men and women will find his discussion interesting, often humorous and immensely practical to everyday living.

Additional Details

Audience Couples
Author James C. Dobson
Language English
Pages 192
Publication Date Jun 9, 1977

Customer Reviews

There is no reason that men should not read this book; men tend not to understand women
is a truth that is very true in my life and the author of this book conveys it well,
Personally, if men and women will listen to each other-with especially the woman being able to talk freely many times without interruption and distraction at least once or twice a week, most issues can be solved. There is no issue that cannot be solved without self denial and listening and following the roles described in Scripture. Review by Tim B Posted: 3/20/2019
Read this book in 1987. Wife is still telling people on the street how it improved her living conditions. Men find it hard to read it because they won't pull into a gas station to ask for directions because they don't want to admit they need help because they think they can figure it out by themselves. But by the time they get on the trail they have already spent so much on wasted gas and time or wasted attorney fees and court costs that the trail is cold or the bed is empty. Review by James B. Posted: 1/9/2018

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