Romancing Your Wife: A Little Effort Can Spice Up Your Marriage

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Debra White Smith, author of Romancing Your Husband (more than 75,000 copies sold), and her husband, Daniel, show husbands how to make their marriages sparkle! Exploring how to woo their wives and turn their marriages into ardent romances, men will discover that—

  • helping with housework without being asked is as romantic as bringing her flowers
  • “little gestures” create a ...
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Overview

Debra White Smith, author of Romancing Your Husband (more than 75,000 copies sold), and her husband, Daniel, show husbands how to make their marriages sparkle! Exploring how to woo their wives and turn their marriages into ardent romances, men will discover that—

  • helping with housework without being asked is as romantic as bringing her flowers
  • “little gestures” create a loving atmosphere
  • tender words and gentle hugs without sexual overtures are vital
  • letting her know she’s more important than everything makes her feel special
  • talking and sharing are crucial to a lively relationship

Romancing Your Wife helps husbands and wives realize their marriages can be more dynamic, more passionate, and more intimate than they thought possible!

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  • ISBN-13: 9780736913010
  • Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
  • Publication date: 1/28/2005
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 7.90 (w) x 5.20 (h) x 0.40 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 18, 2006

    ...An Exceptional Guide for Making Your Marriage Great

    I recently purchased wife-and-husband team Debra and Daniel Smith's 'Romancing Your Wife' to find ways to jumpstart my marital sex life. After nine years of marriage, three small children, and a problematic sexual relationship beginning at 'I do,' my wife and I didn't enjoy ourselves on the rare occasions when we did engage. I knew, and the book clearly delineates, that 'romance' is not synonymous with 'sex,' but I needed assistance addressing one of the contributing factors to our inconsistent liaisons - being 'romantically challenged.' This book shows me that I do not need to fear the word 'romance,' and that even someone like me can do it - 'it' meaning to use different ways to show my wife that I value, cherish, need and like her. 'Romancing Your Wife' confirms that romance is not only the rent-out-a-ballroom-for-dinner-for-two popularized in books and movies, but also simply opening the car door for her on a regular basis. Daniel writes, 'Sometimes I think it's easier to throw some money-based idea at our wives for a special occasion than it is to be considerate and thoughtful every day of the week.' Amen to that. I like the range of marriage topics discussed in the book including role expectations (i.e. what do I as a husband expect my wife to do for me, the house, the kids), dealing with past hurts (infidelities, unresolved disagreements, disappointments), sex (not a how-to, but a why-not), and childrearing. I also appreciate the judicious use of Bible verses to support their point of view on a number of key issues (The Whites are Christians). For example, chapter six, 'The Truth About Love,' will challenge husbands, as it did me, to consider if they have bankrupted their marriages by unconsciously marginalizing their wives, using Scripture to highlight how husbands should think about their wives. Overall, I find this book to be superior to any other I have read on romance for the following reasons. First, Debra Smith does most of the 'talking' in the book which, for the male reader, is an advantage because men want and need to know how women think. I understand how my wife thinks (sometimes), but to hear it from an independent source-a third party if you will-neutralizes what can go through my mind when talking with my wife, 'you're just saying that because...' I know Mrs. Smith is not trying to, or able to, manipulate me as a wife could/would because she knows me so well. She can say 'Your wife needs to see that you love her - not just hear that you love her.' I can internalize and subsequently action that message (for some reason) much more easily. I need to hear certain things from more than one source to believe it. Women know what women want better than men do, and therefore a woman can provide better information on what could make my wife's heart sing. In my opinion, a male writing on romance can't do that as well. Second, this wife-husband duo provides an excellent balance to the story of romance. Just when Debra is about to lose me on some point, in jumps Daniel with a 'Wake Up' commentary that speaks my mind. He says what I'm thinking while I'm reading, which helps me connect with the message and see it from a male perspective. I believe this will be true of most men who read the book. Third, the anecdotal evidence the authors provide from their own marriage, as well as stories from other couples, highlight that a close, mutually gratifying marriage is, in fact, obtainable. Though some of incidences they relate left me thinking 'what planet are they from?' because their experiences seem so pie-in-the-sky, there still is hope in these stories - the hope being that a wonderful marriage is not only achievable, but actually sustainable. The Smiths are practicing what they preach and though all is not always wonderful, they are experiencing what most people only dream about. Last are the invaluable 'Prayer Points for Romance' (e.g. 'Pray that God will begin showing you specific ways you

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