They say that opposites attract but can two people with contradictory personalities stay happily married? Exploring a wife's seven moods and a husband's seven modes, Rick Johnson introduces you to couples who have used their God-given uniqueness to grow together. Discover how you and your spouse can make the most of your differences to add spice and passion to your relationship! Paperback.
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Review 1 for Becoming Your Spouse's Better Half: Why Differences Make a Marriage Great
Insightfull, life changing marriage growing.
Date:June 17, 2012
This book is a must read for anyone who desires a deeper exciting godly marriage. You find yourself laughing outloud, other times sadden with the realization of the areas you have come up so short. Then there are time you find yourself, after reading an line wondering who in your life would truly enjoy a copy of this book. All the while sharing with so much excitement all this little gem has to offer with your spouce - while encouraging him that he too must read this book. In the end you feel refreshed and ready to take on the next day and years in a whole new way - christ centered - with a whole new understanding of even yourself . . .
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Review 2 for Becoming Your Spouse's Better Half: Why Differences Make a Marriage Great
Date:January 7, 2010
Author Rick Johnson proves once again that he's not only adept at mentoring men, he's keenly aware of the dynamic differences between the sexes. In this fine book, Johnson offers men and women generous practical suggestions for rethinking and retooling their marital relationship. The author, with some humor and wit, shares what makes men uniquely male and what makes women uniquely female...and he does it so well that readers will find themselves thinking gratefully, "Mystery solved!" Johnson's text is encouraging and enlightening. Excellent resource for marrieds and singles alike.