Book by Feldhahn Shaunti
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What’s going on in a man’s mind? From their early days, every woman has struggled to understand why males behave the way they do. Even long-married women who think they understand men have only scratched the surface. Beneath a man’s rugged exterior is an even more rugged, unmapped terrain. What bestselling author Shaunti Feldhahn’s research reveals about the inner lives of men will open women’s eyes to what the men in their life—boyfriends, brothers, husbands, and sons—are really thinking and feeling. Men want to be understood, but they’re afraid to “freak out” the women they love by confessing what is happening inside their heads. This book will guide women in how to provide the loving support that modern men want and need.
The Truth About His Inner Life He Desperately Wants You to Know
What's going on in there? Ever been totally confused by something your man has said or done? Want to understand his secret desires and fears, his daily battles that you know nothing about?
In a woman-to-woman conversation you’ll never forget, Shaunti Feldhahn takes you beneath the surface into the inner lives of men. This book is about the things we just don’t ‘get’ about guys. With findings from a groundbreaking national survey and personal interviews of over one thousand men, For Women Only is full of eye-opening revelations you need to not only understand the man in your life, but to support and love him in the way he needs to be loved. Grounded in biblical hope, you will discover how to love your man for who he really is—not who you think he is.
Story Behind the Book
I had no idea how clueless I was about men until I interviewed a bunch of them for my last novel. Initially, I just wanted a little insight so I could write my main (male) character. But pretty soon I found myself astonished, over and over again blurting out, “That’s what you’re thinking?” So I did more interviews. After the novel hit shelves, dozens of women told me they also had been astonished by what I included. Clearly I wasn’t the only one who needed more insight on this!
To lay the groundwork for this nonfiction book, I wrote out the half-dozen things from these interviews that had most surprised me—things that appeared to be universal to most men—that women desperately needed to know. I conducted a professional national survey of men to test my findings. Yep—the survey substantiated every single one. These findings are fascinating—and they have already changed my life and marriage. I can’t wait to share them!
Shaunti Feldhahn started out as an analyst on Wall Street and ended up a surprise bestselling author, encouraging the Christian community toward service and outreach with the #1 bestseller Y2K: The Millennium Bug—A Balanced Christian Response. Also an author of message fiction, Shaunti is a newspaper columnist on women’s issues, contributing the conservative opinion for the Atlanta Journal- Constitution’s popular online “Woman to Woman” column. Shaunti and her husband, Jeff, are active leaders in their church, leading a home group that encourages married couples toward greater intimacy with God and each other.
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Description du livre Multnomah. Hardcover. État : New. 1590523172. N° de réf. du libraire HGT1097ECIV120116H0447A
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Description du livre Multnomah, 2004. État : New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Every chapter ends with Summary, Suggested Assignments, and Related Readings. Introduction. 1. Setting the Stage. The Increasing Size and Changing Makeup of the Population. The Changing Health Picture. The Developing Pluralism. Changes in the Family. Continuing and Intensifying Poverty and the Development of an Underclass. The Effects of a High Tech Society on People. 2. Understanding Ourselves. The Nature of Human Service. Learning to Know and to Use One's Self. The Impact of Culture. The Impact of Personal Needs. How Do I Think and Feel About Myself? How Do I Deal with My Own Fundamental Needs? The Basic Human Needs. What Is My Value System, and How Does It Define My Behavior and My Relationships with Other People? How Do I Relate to the Society in Which I Live and Work? What Is My Lifestyle? What Is My Basic Philosophy? What Do I Present-and Represent-to Those with Whom I Work? 3. Understanding the Human Condition. The Biological Heritage. The Social Heritage. The Person as an Individual. Personality Theories. 4. Understanding Ethnic Diversity and a Pluralistic Society. The Language of Ethnic Diversity. Expressions of Ethnicity. Preparation of Workers. The Use of Systems Theory. Use in Practice of Concepts from Systems Theory. The Worker's Social Responsibility. 5. Developing and Maintaining Communication with People. Basics for Clear Communication. Nonverbal Communication. Verbal Communication. Electronic Communication. Communication by Symbols. Interpreting Communications. Communication of Ideas. Communication in Interview and Discussion. 6. Establishing and Using Helping Relationships. Characteristics of Helping Relationships. The Phases of a Helping Relationship. 7. Using the Basic Problem-Solving Process. Why and How People Change. Structure of the Helping Process. Using the Problem-Solving Process When Ethnic Differences Are Involved. Two Case Studies in Use of the Basic Process. 8. Developing an Eclectic Approach to Practice. Development of a Working Model. Specialist or Generalist? Consultation. Referral. 9. Utilizing Skills and Techniques. Skills. Techniques. Advocacy/Social Action. 10. Working with People in Groups. Definition. Natural Groups. Formed Groups. The Worker and the Group. Human Service Teams. 11. Dealing with Vulnerability, Dependency, and Resistance. Vulnerability. Dependency. Use of Resources. 12. Getting It All Together. Burnout. Being Aware of Social Change. Securing Basic and Ongoing Learning. Selecting a Field of Practice. Managing Workload. Accountability and Sanction. Accountability Within the System. Index. N° de réf. du libraire ABE_book_new_1590523172
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