This book is about change! It proposes that a husband's primary goal needs to be to make his wife happy, and then it gives some very valuable instructions on how to make that goal a reality, using dating as the operative mechanism. In addition to focusing on improving a couple's interpersonal relationship, Stan gives very concrete suggestions for a wide variety of dating experiences.
This is a truly valuable book for you, whether you are a wife or a husband! Read it, sow the seeds it provides, nourish them, and then together with the one you love, harvest the rich rewards of marital happiness that it advocates for you. It can change your life!
The words in this book are not mine. They are the words and thoughts of the wives I interviewed personally or the answers given on the questionnaires I collected from 1,000 wives in ten states. A husband will do well to read what these wives had to say and then discuss the book with his own wife. Communication is a good thing in marriage.See all Editorial Reviews
My husband really appreciated the author's style and non-judgmental attitude. The author talks about his own mistakes, gives excellent examples, and it inspired my husband to be... Read morePublished 2 months ago by English Teacher
I bought this as a gift to give to my married friend, after listening to his wife talk about their marriage. Though it is a small book, it carried a lot of weight with him. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Wayne Williams
While I have not read the entire book yet, I know that it is going to help strengthen my marriage, and teach me to be a better listener.Published 24 months ago by Jared
This book is a spectacular guide. I wanted to know how to add value to my marriage. This book really laid it out for me. I can highly recommend it.Published on May 19, 2013 by C. Spann
As my marriage was ending (we'd grown apart) I started asking myself about what I wanted the next time and how could I possibly be a better spouse; enter my friend Janet and her... Read morePublished on January 3, 2013 by N. Trachta