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What wives wish their husbands knew about women

Author: James C Dobson
Publisher: Carol Stream, Ill. : Living Books, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Living books edView all editions and formats
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Provides helpful suggestions for both men and women in understanding some of the issues that women face in the marriage including sources of depression and loneliness, fatigue and time pressures, sexual problems, and problems with the children.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James C Dobson
ISBN: 0842378898 9780842378895 0842378960 9780842378963
OCLC Number: 181076554
Notes: Originally published by Tyndale House, ©1975.
Description: 188 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm
Contents: Mom: the domestic engineer --
Sources of depression in women --
Low self-esteem --
Fatigue and time pressure --
Loneliness, isolation, and boredom and absence of romantic love in marriage --
Financial difficulties --
Sexual problems in marriage --
Menstrual and physiological problems --
Problems with the children --
A brief visit with Father Time --
The last word --
A subsequent note from the author.
Responsibility: James Dobson.

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Provides helpful suggestions for both men and women in understanding some of the issues that women face in the marriage including sources of depression and loneliness, fatigue and time pressures, sexual problems, and problems with the children.

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