When For Women Only: What You Need to Know About the Inner Lives of Men first burst onto the scene, it received rave reviews from women who were shocked but thrilled to discover how men really think. Soon For Men Only: A Straightforward Guide to the Inner Lives of Women provided an eyeopening counterpoint, with simple revelations for men that explained the seemingly mysterious ways of the opposite sex.
Together at Last
Now these classics have been updated with insights from the latest brain research and with additional data. The new editions are brought together in the For Couples Only boxed set, providing the perfect resource to help you understand relationship-changing insights about the woman or man in your life.
Each volume is based on input from more than a thousand members of the opposite sex—including an unprecedented nationwide survey and hundreds of personal interviews. This innovative approach yields candid and surprising answers that reveal what you don’t “get” about your significant other—answers that person deeply wishes you knew. It also produces simple but groundbreaking awareness of how you can best love and support the one you care about most.
So whether you are newly dating or have been married fifty years, get ready to know each other in a whole new way. The adventure is just beginning!
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About Shaunti Feldhahn
Social researcher and international speaker Shaunti Feldhahn is the author of many groundbreaking books, including For Women Only, For Men Only, The Male Factor, The Good News About Marriage, The Surprising Secrets of Highly Happy Marriages and The Kindness Challenge. In total, Shuanti’s books… More about Shaunti Feldhahn
About Jeff Feldhahn
Jeff Feldhahn is the cofounder and CEO of tech company World2one. Jeff holds a graduate degree from Harvard University and is an attorney specializing in corporate and nonprofit law. An active leader in his Atlanta-area church, Jeff and his wife, Shaunti, are parents… More about Jeff Feldhahn
Published by Multnomah Jan 13, 2009| 5 x 7| ISBN 9781601422484