Synopses & Reviews
The Lazy Husband
is a hands-on guide to understanding and changing men's attitudes towards domestic work and childcare. By outlining and defining the various types of lazy husbands, Coleman allows women to understand where their husband is coming from. From here, Coleman develops type specific plans for change. Coleman's ultimate goal is to teach women how to motivate their husbands to become better partners and better fathers.
The Lazy Husband has hit a nerve with readers and media producers across the country. Coleman has been featured on 20/20 (a two-part peice with John Stossel), Good Morning America, CNN American Morning, Soaptalk, Good Day L.A.. Print coverage includes: The Plain Dealer, Saint Paul Pioneer Press, Rocky Mountain News, USA Today, Men's Health, Newark Star Ledger, Philadelphia Inquierer, Albany Times-Union, Tucson Citizen.
"...offers coherent but humane advice for fed-up femmes
feeling less fatal
e and more like indentured household drudges, depressed, overwhelmed, and martyred. Coleman sensibly presents his suggestions in clear, unemotional terms that the reader can use."
"...we highly recommend The Lazy Husband. This is not a male-bashing book. It reads more like a crash course in marriage....His book is a fast read, full of the kind of "ah-ah! moments readers will appreciate and remember."
-The Oakland Tribune
If your husband doesn't do enough around the house or with the kids and you are beyond frustrated and tired of nagging, Joshua Coleman has some effective, workable strategies that can turn your situation around. He helps you to understand why your husband behaves the way he does, and provides plans for change. The Lazy Husband
will help you to understand how to motivate your mate to be a better partner to you and a better father to your children.
A happy marriage is a balanced marriage, and by following Coleman's common-sense advice you will increase your happiness and increase the peace in your household.
About the Author
Joshua Coleman, Ph.D., the author of The Marriage Makeover: Finding Happiness in Imperfect Harmony, is a leading expert on marriage and relationships. His advice has been featured in The New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, USA Today, Psychology Today, Cosmopolitan, and many others. He has appeared on The Today Show, Good Morning America, and was featured on 20/20. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. Please visit his website at www.drjoshuacoleman.com