Friday, September 18, 2009

BLOG TOUR: Have a New Husband by Friday

Have a New Husband by Friday: How to Change His Attitude, Behavior and Communication in 5 Days
by Kevin Leman

Baker Publishing Group
Pub. Date: October 2009
ISBN-13: 9780800719128

Have a new husband by Friday? Is that even possible? Dr. Kevin Leman says it is. The New York Times bestselling author and self-help guru shows even the most frustrated wife how she can have a new husband by Friday. Leman reminds any wife that if what she's doing to get better behavior out of her husband isn't working now, it never will. So it's time for a change. That means it's time to change her own patterns of behavior. Here's how Leman suggests she handle it day to day:

Monday: Secrets Revealed: Cracking the Male Code
Yes, you're different species, but you can work together in harmony.

Tuesday: Creatures from Another Planet . . . or Creatures of Habit?

To understand men, you have to track 'em to their den.

Wednesday: Think about What You Want to Say, Then Divide It by Ten

How to talk so your guy will really listen . . . and listen so your guy will really talk.

Thursday: Think of Him as a Seal Waiting for a Three-Pound Fish

Why making love to your man is a key to who he is and how satisfied he'll be, and what's in it for you.

Friday: It Takes a Real Woman to Make a Man Feel like a Real Man

How to open your man's heart, revolutionize your love life, and turn him into the knight you've always dreamed of.

Dr. Kevin Leman is an internationally known psychologist, humorist, and bestselling author of The Birth Order Book and Have a New Kid by Friday. He is former consulting psychologist for Good Morning America and a frequent guest on The View, The Early Show, and Focus on the Family. He and his wife, Sande, live in Tucson, Arizona. They have five children and two grandchildren.


Amy Simon said...

Sounds like a fun approach to dealing with marriage conflict. Thanks for the visit to my blog! Glad you made the decision for medicine over money. I think as parents, too, we're so used to using everything for our kids - money, energy, etc, that we have trouble justifying using some on ourselves! :)


LaShaunda said...

Hi Amy,

Thanks for stopping by. You are so right. We do spend everything on our families and forget about taking care of ourselves.

I'm trying to improve myself in this area.

Julie Bagamary said...

Great review and helpful info. Thanks.

LaShaunda said...

Thanks for stopping by Julie. I recommend this book to all wives. You want to learn about your husband. This man knows his stuff.

He suggested consequences for your actions and it worked.

I think I will be buying a copy for my sisters.