Over 200,000 husbands found the way to their wives' hearts in A Husband's Little Black Book. Today, A Wife's Little Red Book gives women the answers to marital bliss. Whether you are looking to tie the knot or keep it from tangling around you, author Robert Ackerman shares surprising secrets from more than 500 men about what they desire in and appreciate about their wives.
Don't remind him that he's losing hair, tape his favorite TV show when he works late, let him watch the last five minutes of the game without interruption, ask him to slow dance. From the naughty to the nice, the playful to the practical, each page of wit and wisdom fuels the feminine imagination for new ways to rekindle romance.
Whether you're toasting your silver anniversary or coaching a consummate bachelor to say 'I do,' this little book will make a big difference in your life.
|Publisher:||Health Communications, Incorporated|
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About the Author
Robert Ackerman is a Professor of Sociology and Director of the Mid-Atlantic Addiction Training Institute (MAATI) at Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) and a cofounder of the National Association for Children of Alcoholics (NACoA). Best known for writing the first book in the United States on children of alcoholics in 1978, Dr. Ackerman has become internationally known for his work with families and children of all ages, served on many advisory boards and worked with numerous government agencies and task forces. He is a veteran of numerous TV appearances and has been featured on CNN Headline News, the Today Show, and in USA Today newspaper and Newsweek Magazine.