Men Are Clams, Women Are Crowbars - Understanding Your Differences And Make Them Work [NOOK Book]

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Opposites attract. He's a clam. The strong, silent type. Doesn't have much to say. Doesn't know how to say it. She's a crowbar. The vivacious, emotional type. Wants to help her husband "open up" and share. Is there hope for this marriage? "Yes!" says David Clarke.
In this honest, amusing, and eye-opening book, Dr. Clarke explains what you need to know to understand your differences-and make the most of them....
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Men Are Clams, Women Are Crowbars - Understanding Your Differences And Make Them Work

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Overview

Opposites attract. He's a clam. The strong, silent type. Doesn't have much to say. Doesn't know how to say it. She's a crowbar. The vivacious, emotional type. Wants to help her husband "open up" and share. Is there hope for this marriage? "Yes!" says David Clarke.
In this honest, amusing, and eye-opening book, Dr. Clarke explains what you need to know to understand your differences-and make the most of them. Plenty of practical communication strategies show you how to complement each other and enjoy lasting romance.
You'll discover:
the surprising reasons why men and women think, talk, and behave so differently,
new communication strategies that help the two of you really connect in conversation,
suggestions for building real passion in your relationship,
and biblical guidelines for developing true spiritual intimacy.
Are you opposites? Here's how to keep the two of you together-and happy-ever after.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016614458
  • Publisher: Trestle Press
  • Publication date: 5/9/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 461,529
  • File size: 343 KB

Meet the Author

Dr. David Clarke is a Christian psychologist, speaker, and successful author of ten popular books on marriage and parenting. His books include Kiss Me Like You Mean It, I Don't Love You Anymore, I Don't Want a Divorce, and Married But Lonely. A graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary and Western Conservative Baptist Seminary, he has been in full-time private practice for twenty-five years. Dr. Clarke has also served as adjunct professor at the Tampa extensions of Dallas Theological Seminary and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Dr. Clarke is a regular media guest and has been featured on programs such as American Family Radio, Family Life Today, Janet Parshall, and Focus on the Family.
Dr. Clarke has been happily married for more than thirty years to the blonde, the lovely Sandy. They are the proud parents of four beautiful children: Emily, Leeann, Nancy, and William. They are also grandparents of the wonderful Isabel.
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