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What does it take to get along for a lifetime? Men and women share a deadly problem that kills good relating. The problem is this: we are committed, first of all, to ourselves. Each of us, without blushing, holds fast to an overriding concern for our own well-being. Giving numerous examples from his counseling and speaking ministry, Crabb explores how we can turn away from ourselves and toward each other, how we can become what he calls "other-centered." Dr. Crabb maintains that men and women are different in important ways that, if understood and honored, can lead to a deep enjoyment of one another, an enjoyment that can last forever.
Dr. Larry Crabb is a well-known psychologist, conference and seminary speaker, Bible teacher, popular author, and founder/director of NewWay Ministries. He is currently Scholar in Residence at Colorado Christian University in Denver and Visiting Professor of Spiritual Formation for Richmont Graduate University in Atlanta. Dr. Crabb and his wife of forty-six years, Rachael, live in the Denver, Colorado area. For additional information please visit www.newwayministries.org
I really enjoyed this book. The first part resonated with me and I found myself not able to put it down. I recommend.Published 17 months ago by KEVIN K.
The book was written quite a while ago, and I don't believe it's been reprinted... so pick it up while you can. The copy I bought was in great shape until I actually opened it. Read morePublished on February 27, 2013 by Daniel S. Mcglaughlin
This guy is simply my best author of all time....I like his style. He gives me hope that there are people out there who make use of their hearts and brains in seeking after God. Read morePublished on October 4, 2012 by Jojo
I was really ready for whatever this author had to say. I was looking for content for a talk I had to give on biblical masculinity and femininity. Read morePublished on March 1, 2011 by Goldylox2U
This is a great book, everyone should take time to read it. It will help with the divorce rate and give you the understanding that men and women think different.Published on July 10, 2010 by sherri r young