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How to Get Your Husband to Talk to You

by Connie Grigsby, Nancy Cobb

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I was very hesitant to order this book being that my husband and I do "talk". However, I felt as if we had not have a normal conversation like when people date. We didn't talk about goals, interests, feelings, or anything else that came from the heart. We were merely exchanging essential information, such as, "Please pick up milk on your way home", or "What time will you be home?". I began to wonder why we were even together because although I wasn't unhappy, I was not truly happy. Little things got in the way like he wouldn't remember to take out the garbage, or he would forget birthdays, but yet he could remember very insignificant things that had nothing to do with him or myself. Upon receiving this book I felt like I finally had an answer, a complete answer. Most of the things discussed in this book can be found elsewhere, but only in bits and pieces. Why not get the whole solution, and from a Christian perspective? If you employ these solutions to your real problems, whether big or small, your relationship can turn around like magic! ( )
  awriterspen | Feb 7, 2008 |
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Speaketh the Language of Him A man comes home and says to his wife, "I had a horrible day at work today." She says, "Tell me about it." "I just did," he replies. Men and women communicate differently - and, all too often, not at all! This book is a sort of "linguistics" school that will teach you to speak your husband's language: male . You'll discover simple ways to cultivate a sense of humor about your male and female differences, open conversations with him - and keep them going, frame what you're saying with masculine interest areas, respond proactively to what your husband shares, and develop thicker skin (this alone is worth the price of the book). Change up your language, spice up your marriage! It'll be your husband's favorite thing you've ever done...well, almost! ( )
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