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Hey, "Whatever you think...." --Liane Thomas A hard read for the modern woman who has come of age in a time when women have had to assume multiple roles of head-of-household, have had to be the bread-winner, house-keeper, accountant, mechanic, mother, triage nurse, handy-man ... The valuable message in this book is that it shows the importance of creating balance between the roles of men and women in relationship. Before I even finished the book, my SO was noticing differences and telling me that I was being nicer. Even more importantly, it (along with prayer) has helped me become more aware of my words and actions, which for him means I respect and trust him. I think every wife should read this whether or not she thinks she needs it!
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