This book was written to help men. It was not written to tell them what is wrong with them or what they have done wrong, nor was it written to make them feel guilty, stupid, or incompetent. It was written to help them understand, from a womans point of view, how they might be better at being husbands, if that is what they wish to do and be. This book contains honest, considerate, everyday-useful suggestions to help men find and give joy in their marriages.
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About the Author
V.L. Wright has had an eclectic education, many jobs and a few husbands. She has an extensive background in technical, business and internet writing. Her readers say she is a very keen observer with a unique way of putting those observations into words. She currently lives in the Denver area.
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How to Be Good at Being a Husband: From the Perspective of an Everyday Woman Finally! based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
There are so many situations in this book that I wish I knew about a long time ago. I thought I was a good husband until reading this book then the realization struck me hard and I now know I wasn't even close. I feel that after reading this book I am a totally different husband. I'm the husband that I wan't to be and the husband my wife deserves to have and love. She is everything to me and I am willing to do anything for her. I Love You Babe!!!! XOXOXOXOXOXO