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For Men Only Discussion Guide: A Companion to the Bestseller about the Inner Lives of Womenby Jeff Feldhahn
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Yes, guys, you can learn to read her mind!
Who would have guessed? Through the surprising revelations in the best-seller "For Men Only," countless men arerealizing that they can indeed understand their wife or girlfriend. This companion book guides men on the next step of the journey. You'll not only learn how to apply those discoveries to your individual relationship, but you'll actually develop the skill of "reading her mind" - or at least reducing your confusion.
Designed to work both as a small-group discussion guide and as a tool for gainingpersonal insights, this guy-friendly resource addresses the key issues that impact every marriage and offers practical ideas for simple changes that can make a huge difference. Questions, key reminders, and case studiesthat have been field-tested by several men's groups will help you understand what your wife or girlfriend is really thinking and how to make her happy. (Which will make you happy.)
Whether you use thisguide on your own, as a discussion handbook, or as a conversation starter with the woman in your life, you'll find it an invaluable resource in your quest to cut through the confusion and give her what she really wants andneeds from you.
"From the Trade Paperback edition."
Shaunti Feldhahn is a nationally syndicated newspaper columnist, public speaker, and a best-selling author whose works include For Women Only. Jeff Feldhahn is the cofounder and CEO of the tech company World2one, as well as an attorne
About the Author
Shaunti Feldhahn is a nationally syndicated newspaper columnist, public speaker, and a best-selling author whose works include For Women Only. Jeff Feldhahn is the cofounder and CEO of the tech company World2one, as well as an attorney specializing in corporate and nonprofit law. Jeff and Shaunti each hold graduate degrees from Harvard University, and they’ve decided that making the opposite sex understandable is a pretty handy use of their analytical skills.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
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