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Psychological studies affirm it, and the Bible has been saying it for ages. Cracking the communication code between husband and wife involves understanding one thing: that unconditional respect is as powerful for him as unconditional love is for her. Now you and your mate can start fresh with the ground-breaking guidance that Dr. Emerson Eggerichs provides in this book. His revolutionary message is for anyone in marital crisis, wanting to stay happily married, or feeling lonely. Using Dr. Eggerich's breakthrough techniques, couples nationwide are achieving a brand-new level of intimacy. And if you'll take this biblically based counsel to heart, your marriage could be next! Book jacket.
Table of Contents
|Introduction: Love Alone Is Not Enough||p. 15|
|The Crazy Cycle|
|The Simple Secret to a Better Marriage||p. 23|
|To Communicate, Decipher the Code||p. 50|
|Why She Won't Respect; Why He Won't Love||p. 76|
|What Men Fear Most Can Keep the Crazy Cycle Spinning||p. 102|
|She Fears Being a Doormat; He's Tired of “Just Not Getting It”||p. 128|
|She Worries about Being a Hypocrite; He Complains, “I Get No Respect!”||p. 150|
|She Thinks She Can't Forgive Him; He Says, “Nobody Can Love That Woman!”||p. 171|
|The Energizing Cycle|
|C-O-U-P-L-E: How to Spell Love to Your Wife||p. 193|
|Closeness—She Wants You to Be Close||p. 205|
|Openness—She Wants You to Open Up to Her||p. 219|
|Understanding—Don't Try to “Fix” Her; Just Listen||p. 236|
|Peacemaking—She Wants You to Say, “I'm Sorry”||p. 252|
|Loyalty—She Needs to Know You're Committed||p. 268|
|Esteem—She Wants You to Honor and Cherish Her||p. 281|
|C-H-A-I-R-S: How to Spell Respect to Your Husband||p. 298|
|Conquest—Appreciate His Desire to Work and Achieve||p. 313|
|Hierarchy—Appreciate His Desire to Protect and Provide||p. 331|
|Authority—Appreciate His Desire to Serve and to Lead||p. 347|
|Insight—Appreciate His Desire to Analyze and Counsel||p. 364|
|Relationship—Appreciate His Desire for Shoulder-to-Shoulder Friendship||p. 382|
|Sexuality—Appreciate His Desire for Sexual Intimacy||p. 397|
|The Energizing Cycle Will Work IfYou Do||p. 413|
|The Rewarded Cycle|
|The Real Reason to Love and Respect||p. 423|
|The Truth Can Make You Free, Indeed||p. 446|
|Conclusion: Pink and Blue Can Make God's Purple||p. 470|
|A Lexicon Of Love And Respect: Reminders Of What To Say, Do, Or Think To Practice Love And Respect In Your Marriage||p. 481|
|Personal Love And Respect Inventory For Husbands And Wives||p. 487|
|How To Ask Your Mate To Meet Your Needs||p. 491|
|What About Exceptions To The Love And Respect Pattern?||p. 495|
|What If Your Husband Is A Workaholic?||p. 499|
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