What Your Husband Isn't Telling You
A Guided Tour of a Man's Body, Soul, and Spirit
by David Murrow
If you really want to know what's stored up in your husband's heart, read this book. You'll not only understand him better, you'll love and respect him more.
What Your Husband Isn't Telling You explores the deep forces that determine what they say, do, and believe, and offers women valuable insights for better communication with the men in their lives.
Learn what husbands want their wives to know about their fears, their needs, and their greatest joy of all.
"Most wives rarely see their true husbands. Instead, they see their husbands' survival strategies—anger, boasting, isolation, drinking, greed, control, and more."
Even goodhearted men conceal much from their wives. Why is this?
Meadow Rue Merrill
If you buy the book, read it with your husband. It's a springboard for honest conversation.
So, understanding that Murrow acknowledges that his insights are given in general terms, what did I, as a guy, think of it?
Murrow has noble intentions to help married couples better understand each other, but for me and many of my peers, such ideas as those that he promotes simply feel like an attempt to squeeze toothpaste back into the tube.
Rachel Marie Stone
What always bothers me about the discussion of men as they are "created" (or evolved) to behave is the assumption that what is 'natural' is what men and women are bound to perform, to 'live into,' as the church-jargon sometimes has it.