For Men Only Revised and Updated Edition A Straightforward Guide to the Inner Lives of Women Finally You Can Understand Her Women Complicated and impossible to understand Do you love and want to please the woman in your life but just can t seem to figure her out That was before For Men Only

  • Title: For Men Only, Revised and Updated Edition: A Straightforward Guide to the Inner Lives of Women
  • Author: Shaunti Feldhahn
  • ISBN: 9781601424457
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Finally You Can Understand Her Women Complicated and impossible to understand Do you love and want to please the woman in your life, but just can t seem to figure her out That was before For Men Only Now at your fingertips is the tool that will unlock the secret to her mysterious ways Through hundreds of interviews and the results of a scientific national survey ofFinally You Can Understand Her Women Complicated and impossible to understand Do you love and want to please the woman in your life, but just can t seem to figure her out That was before For Men Only Now at your fingertips is the tool that will unlock the secret to her mysterious ways Through hundreds of interviews and the results of a scientific national survey of women, this book demonstrates that women are actually not random and that they really can be systematized and mapped In fact, much to men s delight, this book shows that women are actually quite easy to understand and please as long as you know what it is they need This simple map will guide you to loving your wife or girlfriend in the way she needs to be loved The bestselling author of For Women Only teams with her husband to offer men the key to unlocking the mysterious ways of women Through Shaunti and Jeff Feldhahn s national scientific survey and hundreds of interviews, For Men Only reveals what you can do today to improve your relationship And believe it or not, as Jeff assures men, It s not splitting the atom And for every guy who rarely reads a manual Quick Start Guide Included When we featured Shaunti s book For Women Only on FamilyLife Today , the phone rang off the hook When Shaunti and Jeff come back on our broadcast, I m buying some phones This is fresh and relevant good stuff for every marriage Read it Dennis Rainey, President, FamilyLife Story Behind the Book As I was writing For Women Only to help women understand the inner lives of men, over and over I heard that men wished there was a way to understand their wives, but they felt it was probably impossible I heard from them, You are writing this little slim volume about men, but if it was about understanding women, it would have to be the size of an encyclopedia Women are random and complicated These men were surprised and encouraged when I assured them that women are neither random nor complicated,

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    1. Most of my intimate friends have always been women. Most of my confidantes have always been from the female gender. I love their friendship. I know them. But this book has often made me feel that women are a bunch of simple-minded, confused, all too emotional creatures. Well, not "my women"! Don't get me wrong. The book has some good points to make and they are good for men to keep in mind, but still women are not as shallow as he makes them to be in that book, and neither are they a bunch of cr [...]

    2. This book is helpful to understanding women. There are two clear ideas that I earned from this book that I haven't gained elsewhere.1. Women's preoccupations can't just be laid to rest by arguing out their merit. They are like programs open on a computer. You can minimize them but they can't just go away until the anxiety is directly resolved. The little "x" can be closed only when resolved.2. Women have just as strong a need to be "pursued romantically" as men have being "sexually desired". I s [...]

    3. It's Ok (ish). Has a few interesting insights, and the statistics seem useful. You have to get over the writing though, it feels like it's written to the lowest common denominator among men. As if their working assumption is men are not capable of reading beyond the 3rd grade level. Meanwhile, the author keeps trying to convince us of his new found authority on the subject via his immersion into the world of women, and, well, it gets old. His authority is the research/statistics, which get don't [...]

    4. If you read my review on Ms. Feldhahn's other book, 'For Women Only,' I think you won't be surprised that the same criticism applies here.This book states up front that the authors' intent is to grossly generalize their findings, and they do. I was hoping for more than just a flip of what was in 'For Women Only' but there wasn't really any new information here - in fact it seemed to lack the depth of the first book.The first book highlighted more specifics, like how men enjoyed it when their wom [...]

    5. I'm a woman, and I read "For Women Only" first. In fact, I read that book several times, started to apply it, told my boyfriend about it, and then asked him if he'd like to read "For Men Only." He happily agreed. I first read the book (constantly thinking, "You mean, men don't know that!?!") while I also marked how I would have answered the survey questions. My boyfriend has now read this book several times and has started to apply it. He says he loves how I treat him (using information from "Fo [...]

    6. It's not that this book was bad per se. Almost everything in the book was already pretty obvious to me anyway, with the exception of a maybe two or three interesting insights and ways to articulate particular female concerns. It seems to me that the type of person who would go out of their way to read this book are the ones that don't need it, and the ones that DO need it are the ones that either wouldn't read it, or wouldn't actually practice the advice given, even if they DID read it. Complain [...]

    7. Superb.Read this for a marriage prep course at my fiancee's church, while she read (or listened to the audio version of) "For Women Only".Practical, wise, heartfelt grounded in science and data (which I love) and Scripture (which I love even more), this book is a game-changer.I've been doing the best I can, and I want to do better I just didn't know how. A priceless gift. I love my fiancée and I want to be the best possible husband to her I can be

    8. This is going to be a complete review of the book on a chapter by chapter basis. This book helped a lot to understand my woman. I have never though about women this way before, i guess I should have considered reading such book before. Though, I would not think other books would put it the same way this one did. I am just glad I had the chance to read it.Chapter 1. Interesting! I got hooked. Chapter 2. If you get together, the deal is never close. Insecurity follows women even after settling dow [...]

    9. About halfway through this book (roughly half an hour into reading this book) I started thinking that it was a very well intentioned, pretty well reseached and weirdly poorly written text-- and I stand by that to some extent. ("Weirdly poorly written": it was clearly within the authors' power to write more impressively/ smoothly, but they decided that it was better to take a totally unsophisticated stance-- there was the textual equivalent of a lot of winking and elbow-nudging going on in here, [...]

    10. I received some teasing from male friends when they found out I was reading this book, but I make no apologies! This was a great read for anyone--male or female--in a relationship. I first read its counterpart, "For Women Only," which was also incredibly insightful. The fact that these books offer a view into the differences between men and women from a biblical Christian worldview makes them tender, truthful, and encouraging. Here's what I shared with one friend while reading "For Men Only":As [...]

    11. Hopefully this book does not "Blow Your Mind", because if it does, you probably didn't know jack squat about women whatsoever. HOWEVER, this book did open my eyes to a few gems of wisdom and give me a big boost of motivation to be a better husband. His analogy of our minds like a computer desktop was especially profound to me. Stating that men tend to handle tasks/feelings one window at a time, and close the window before moving on to the next thing. Women have several windows open at once, all [...]

    12. There is some decent advice in this book, but you'll have to mine for it through the insultingly chummy delivery, Old Sport. As part of his "good ol' boys" delivery, more than once co-author Jeff Feldhahn used dehumanizing language when referring to both men and women, which was off-putting and unnecessary. My husband is a human being, not a "cromagnon". I am a human being, not an "alien". Furthermore, throughout the book Feldhahn insists that each husband needs to reassure his wife that she is [...]

    13. I chose this as a "book targeted at the other gender" for Tim Challies' 2017 reading challenge. I listened to a Christianaudio version that was available on Hoopla. The book was read by Jeff Feldhahn, who co-authored. (I always enjoy audio books that are read by the author.) It is a short book - under 3.5 hours' listening time.I think the points made by the author are pretty much spot on for explaining how most women think and why we react as we do, and I found myself nodding in agreement many t [...]

    14. Good book, but I feel that as the book is meant for the men, I had a harder time under everything. but the men I know who read it love it.

    15. This book was given to me by some family friends, with it coming four recommendations, soon becoming five that I should read this book. They all explained to me that they believe the book was good for anyone at any point in their relationship, whether they have been married for decades, newly married, or even those who have yet to be married could all benefit from this book.I like how even though the book comes from a Christian background, it's not overbearing, something that for many can be off [...]

    16. While some great points, I missed the Biblical scripture relationship presented in the first book, For Women Only.

    17. I'd like to premise this book review by first saying this book, For Men Only: A Straightforward Guide to the Inner Lives of Women by Shaunti and Jeff Feldhahn isn't quite as cheesy as I thought it was going to be, although there are parts that are so obnoxiously cheesetastic that my husband and I laughed a little at the absurdity.I was reading an article the other day and it said that married people don't talk enough about the wonderfulness that is marriage. And, I thought to myself that I total [...]

    18. I reread this book recently, as a kind of refresher for myself. The first time I read it, I had just started dating the woman who is now my wife, almost four years ago. At the time, I had also read "For Women Only," the counterpart to this book, in an effort to offer notes and comments on it for my then-girlfriend's benefit.Now, I am somewhat distanced from that companion reading, and I can see some flaws in this book as a stand-alone product.Let me start off with the positives: It is an excelle [...]

    19. I've read plenty of books on marriage and relationships and this small book has been one of the most influential books on women that I have ever read. This book is not simply a book by a man for men in relationships whereas one person is giving his advice that he has learned over the years. Instead, this book is a conglomeration of facts and statistics that give men insights to what women are thinking. The authors surveyed women from all across the US and compiled this book. Jeff Feldhahn uses w [...]

    20. I read this just to make sure my husband was getting reliable information when he read itwith very few exceptions, I definitely think he did get good information. I think any young Christian couple who gets married should be given a copy of these For Men Only / For Women Only books in premarital counseling and should re-read them every 2-3 years. (The book is from a Christian perspective, but the Christian element is not over-the-top; it would be useful for many non-Christian readers too.) The b [...]

    21. WOW! Probably the best, concise book for a man to understand a women that I have ever read! Great insights into what a woman is thinking and what her statements and questions ACTUALLY mean. Spot-on for nailing the man's thoughts and responses and the authors did a great job of explaining what to do for each pivot point in the relationship. HIGHLY RECOMMEND, please read.

    22. Re-reading this book was quite an eye-opener. I had been prompted to turning back to it after listening to a talk on marriage based on the author's previous book For Women Only. It helped me identify a few areas I really need to work on and reinforce others where I had been able to improve over the recent past. Regardless of where one is at in a relationship, it is definitely a must read!

    23. Really good book, I learned a lot. It's written a lot more towards married couples or couples in a committed relationship rather than for a single guy. But there are certainly tidbits that I picked up that I will be attempting to put into practice when the time comes. Highly recommend for all guys. You'll learn stuff. That's always good.

    24. I know it's for men, but I had to get the other side of the story - totally worth it. Very interesting to hear about women from a man's perspective. Not a psychologist's perspective, but just a guy who's wife writes books. It was eye opening for me, and helped me understand myself better. It's a quick read, and definitely worth it.

    25. I read this first before Johan so that I could mark the parts I most agreed with. He's reading for Women Only and doing the same marking and then we're going to switch. :)

    26. My husband asked me to read this book and to mark up what he should know so he knows what to pay attention to when he reads it. :)

    27. Amazingly helpful insights into so many different things that you wouldn't even know you don't know in a relationship. Highly recommended for any guys in a relationship: it'll change your world.

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