For Better Or For Best
A revised and updated version of Gary Smalley's classic bestselling For Better or for Best that not only integrates the latest research and cultural changes for today's readers, but also tells new stories with the author's trademark honesty and vulnerability....
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A revised and updated version of Gary Smalley's classic bestselling For Better or for Best that not only integrates the latest research and cultural changes for today's readers, but also tells new stories with the author's trademark honesty and vulnerability.
Over 600,000 copies sold!
Crack the code on what motivates your man and how you can build a better marriage together!
So you want your husband to ...
Be sensitive to your emotional and romantic needs? Comfort you when you're down? Spend more time with you? Listen to what you have to say? Appreciate you? Do more around the house? Spend time with the kids? Be your most intimate friend?
In this revised and updated edition of his classic bestseller, Gary Smalley explains how women can use their natural, God-given qualities to build a better marriage. He helps women understand not only the way men think, but also how to move a man's heart.
Using the latest research, stories from his own marriage, and case histories and biblical examples, Gary Smalley offers an insider's perspective into the world of men, including practical help and application so wives can deepen their relationships with their husbands and build a lasting marriage.
Companion to If Only He Knew. Spanish edition also available.
Gary Smalley, one of the foremost experts on family relationships, has written or co-written 28 best-selling, award winning books selling over six millions copies, as well as several popular films and videos, based on more than 30 years of experience as a teacher, counsellor and speaker. The Blessing and The Two Sides of Love have won Gold Medallions, The Language of Love won the Angel Award as the best contribution to family life and all other titles have been top-five finalists for the Gold Medallion Award. His latest book is the DNA of Relationships. Gary and his wife, Norma, have been married for over thirty years.