Sunday, March 23, 2014

25 Ways to Communicate Respect to Your Husband Review


About the Book

We get out of marriage what we pour into it.

• Would you like for your husband to be more attentive?
• Do you long for him to notice and admire you?
• Wish he’d recognize and appreciate all your hard work?
• Want him to be respectful of your wishes and opinions?
• Would you like for him to spend more time with you?

Then treat him the way you want to be treated.

WARNING: Reading this book may alter the way you look at your husband, your marriage, and life in general. Read at your own risk. Side effects from implementing the principles set forth in these pages may include a more joyful outlook, better communication skills, a healthier relationship, a happier home, and a rekindled desire to love on your man. (Goodreads)

My Review

Jennifer knows what she is talking about with this book. Having been married 26 plus years, I figure she knows a bit more than I do with my 2 years and counting marriage. I enjoy reading books that talk about respecting your husband or how to honor your marriage. Obviously my generation and the one before me struggles with maintaining a stable marriage as the divorce rates seem to keep going up. 
This book covers a ton of examples on how to communicate respect to your husband. Some of these are a bit hard to accomplish, such as being submissive, cooking a good meal, and dressing in a way that pleases him. All of these things can start controversy but Jennifer takes scripture and then shows examples on how to live it out. One thing that stood out to me the most is dressing in a way that your husband likes. And I'm just talking about everyday clothes here.  Does he really want me to wear sweat pants every day? No not really. Granted there are sweat pant days but it would be nice to know what my husband likes and wear it for him- he is the one who gets to look at you anyway! There are some other great ideas or examples that Jennifer talks about in this book. While it's fairly short, it's simple, to the point, and easy to read. 

I recommend to any married woman. 

Purchase the Book. 

"I received this book from BookCrash and the publisher for free in exchange for an honest review."

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