How to Get Your Husband to Talk to You (Paperback)
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Speaketh the Language of Him
A man comes home and says to his wife, I had a horrible day at work today. She says, Tell me about it. I just did, he replies. Men and women communicate differently and, all too often, not at all This book is a sort of linguistics school that will teach you to speak your husband's language: "male" . You ll discover simple ways to cultivate a sense of humor about your male and female differences, open conversations with him and keep them going, frame what you re saying with masculine interest areas, respond proactively to what your husband shares, and develop thicker skin (this alone is worth the price of the book). Change up your language, spice up your marriage It ll be your husband's favorite thing you ve ever done well, "almost "
A man comes home and says to his wife,
I had a horrible day at work today.
Tell me about it, she says.
I just did, he replies.
Men and women communicate differently and, all too often, not at all. This book is a sort of linguistics school that will teach you to speak your husband's language: "male"
Discover simple ways to: Cultivate a sense of humor about your male and female differences. Open conversations with your mate, and keep them going. Frame what you are saying within masculine interest areas. Respond proactively to what your husband shares promoting more sharing Develop thicker skin. (This alone is worth the price of the book. It will be your husband's favorite thing you ve ever done well, "almost ")
Don t miss this book It's fun, realistic, smart, helpful on every page. Think of it as your husband is a TV, and you for once have the remote.
David Kopp, coauthor, with Heather Harpham-Kopp,
"Praying the Bible for Your Marriage "
Story Behind the Book
The concept for this book was born at five o clock in the morning as I was working out, says Connie. To keep myself awake, I thought about what Nancy and I should write to follow "The Politically Incorrect Wife" . What's a topic that almost every married woman in America is interested in? I asked myself. Almost instantly, the answer came: How to get your husband to talk to you. Thus began a lot of reading, researching, surveying, and practicing. We were surprised time and again at what worked, and what didn t We think you will be as well.
About the Author
Nancy Cobb, director of women's ministries at Christ Community Church in Omaha, Nebraska, is a popular conference speaker and a frquent radio guest. She and her husband, Ray, have four adult children.
Connie Grigsby, a University of Oklahoma graduate, enjoys pointing others towards life's bottom line. With warmth and humor, she exhorts others to refuse to be content with ho-hum living. Grigsby is a popular teacher and speaker involved in women's and youth ministries.
Kent Julian is the national director of the Christian and Missionary Alliance's Alliance Youth. He is a highly sought-after speaker for teenage and parent audiences who also writes for youth ministry magazines such as Youthworker, Group, and Junior High Ministry.