Rick Johnson is the bestselling author of That's My Son; That's My Teenage Son; Better Dads, Stronger Sons; That's My Girl; Becoming Your Spouse's Better Half; and The Marriage of Your Dreams. He is the founder of Better Dads and is a sought-after speaker at many large parenting and marriage conferences across the United States and Canada. Rick, his wife, Suzanne, and their grown children live in Oregon. To find out more about Rick Johnson, visit www.betterdads.net.
How to Talk So Your Husband Will Listen: And Listen So Your Husband Will Talkby Rick Johnson
A woman has a powerful influence on the man in her life. But in order to empower him to become all he was meant to be, she has to be able to talk so that he will listen, and listen so that he will talk. Author Rick Johnson shares with women the secrets to bringing about positive change in the men in their lives and shows them how to recognize and affirm his good… See more details below
A woman has a powerful influence on the man in her life. But in order to empower him to become all he was meant to be, she has to be able to talk so that he will listen, and listen so that he will talk. Author Rick Johnson shares with women the secrets to bringing about positive change in the men in their lives and shows them how to recognize and affirm his good qualities.
Johnson shows women the keys they need to know to
encourage leadership, forgiveness, and patience in their husbands
build authentic masculinity
deal with a man's anger, self-centeredness, or other negative traits
and much more
Every woman who wants to create a brighter future for both herself and her husband will benefit from this insightful and sometimes humorous insider's look into the mind of a man.
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A true insight to a man's head and what really goes on in there. It allowed me to see his pony of view and reconsider my way to approach him on important matters.
Even though I grew up knowing the generalities of these concepts, it was good to hear the specifics--the practical whys and hows. This book is well written and covers many angles, beginning with dating. The best thing about it is not all the problems revealed, but the solutions offered, with personal experiences added in. In the first few chapters, I thought this book could be highly recommended for pre-marital counseling; however, some graphic ideas presented in the section on how to speak his language and help him understand how important communication is to the wife is too much information for the unmarried, especially if they are virgins. Good for wives, but only the first couple of chapters are good (actually, excellent) for those yet husband-seeking.