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Everything He Hasn't Told You Yet: A New Way…
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Everything He Hasn't Told You Yet: A New Way to Get Men Talking about…

by Burton Silver

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General Adult. Observing that men will communicate when theyre put in a scenario thats moving, challenging, and unthreatening, New Zealandbased writers Silver (Why Cats Paint ) and OConnor (Golf Without Guilt ) developed this book of icebreakers to help women get their men to reveal what makes them tick. Intended to be read by couples together, the 150 hypothetical situations offer exercises that suggest, among other things, to ask men to choose between architecture and acrobatics as a career choice and detail plans for escaping from an island on fire. A psychological key for understanding responses follows every situation. The scenarios are clever and fun and could be used as games for parties or family car rides. Hard to put down and highly recommended for all libraries. [Page 74].… (more)

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