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So this tug of war between wife and husband begins regarding what they both need and want. But what is wrong with having BOTH? You never have just steak. You never have just vegetables. There always a combination or two types of food that go into your breakfast, lunch, or dinner. In fact, we often get in trouble when we only snack on foods that we just love without eating a variety. A person can eat fruits and vegetables all day, but again, there is a combination of fruit and vegetables. What couples need to do to improve their relationships is compromise. Both partners must give each other what they need. And yes, I am old-fashioned in my belief that the man must give to his wife first. If he gives EXACTLY what she desires, then she must give back EXACTLY what he wants.
|Publisher:||Outskirts Press, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.48(d)|
About the Author
Bishop T. Charles Brantley Ph.D is chief counselor at Strong Marriages (the new S&M). He has earned a double Doctorate (Christian Apologetics & Theology) and double Masters (Pastoral Leadership and Divinity) Degrees from Newburgh Theological Seminary. He an under-graduate of FAMU. He has an Accredited Board Certified Pastoral Counselor and Diploma in Biblical Counseling from American Association of Christian Counselors. In addition, he has authored 14 national published books titles including: "Married Couples: Thou Shalt Have Great Sex", "New Sheets: Hot Passionate Undefiled Married Sex", and "Crucified HUSBAND Glorified HUSBAND". Radio and TV personal. He is also senior pastor of Restoration Springs Interdenominational Church in Waterbury, Connecticut. http://www.rest.org