Friday, November 25, 2011

(Not) For Married Couples Only

For men only.  This book is designed for married couples to read.  However, I think this book is not for married couples only.  It provides some simple ideas for men to communicate and interact with women.  For those of you who do not read the book, I discovered that my version of the book has a "Quick Start Guide."  It is basically an outline of the book.

The premise of the story revolves around six key ideas that are important to women.  They are: reassurance, emotions, security, listening, sex and beauty.  This book is indeed about for interactions between married couples, but one can easily take the ideas and apply them to any men-women relationship.  Most importantly, the ideas presented also connect to ideas from the Bible, which make this an effective solution to solving problems, assuming you do believe in the Holy Bible.

As a non-married person reading this book, I find that it provides helpful tips.  I do not consider myself a socially awkward person, but I think these ideals are good to follow and will help me interact with women.

If you want to get a better understanding of the inner lives of women, I highly recommend that you read this book.  If you are interested in seeing how Christian beliefs can help improve your existing relationships, this is also a great book.

Here is a link to the first chapter of the book provided by the publisher:

Disclaimer: I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.

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