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Millions of copies, I tell you.
Two of her books in particular — For Women Only and For Men Only — are spot on in helping men and women understand each other. She updated her latest editions in 2013. (Her husband is a co-author on For Men Only. Don’t want to rob him of the props he deserves).
If I had to make a “required reading” list for anyone getting married, I would put these books on the list.
(No one has ever asked me to make a list, but now I’m thinking I just might whip up such a list in my spare time.)
They are packed with insights and research-based stats that afterward will leave you thinking, “Well, that explains a lot.”
More importantly, these books can help couples slash the miscommunication that wreaks havoc in so many relationships.
No shocker to all you married folks out there, but miscommunication is a nemesis of authentic intimacy (sexual and otherwise).
Obviously, I am a big fan of anything that is going to help married folks better understand each other (and have better sex).
1. Comment on this post by Wednesday, May 21, 9 p.m. CENTRAL. Tell me what you think it means to a marriage if the two people in it better understand each other.
2. You can use an anonymous name in your comment, but I need your real email address. It won’t publish for the world to see, but if I have to notify you that you’ve won, I need to be able to reach you.
3. Be patient, as I moderate all comments. When you comment, it won’t show up right away, but that just means I need to go in and approve it (which I usually do in a reasonable amount of time).
I will draw randomly from the comments late Tuesday evening.
You never know when this sort of info will be the breakthrough many marriages desperately need.
A big thank you to Shaunti and Jeff Feldhahn for being champions for healthy marriages.