Exhausted Wives, Bewildered Husbands: Why Your Marriage Is Hurting, and How to Blossom as a Couple Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Perfect for couples struggling with resentment and confusion.
A damaged man is incapable of love because he does not believe love will be freely given, only earned through works. He seeks false intimacy in lust and mistakes sex for acceptance. These men seek insecure women who believe themselves unlovable and who use sex to earn approval.
When these couples enter into marriage, unmet needs and secret expectations pile up until the relationship is full of festering resentment. Along come children who add greater urgency to fixing the emotional damage. But with no hope in sight, what can the couples do except march toward inevitable divorce?
Licensed marriage and family therapist Adam Lane Smith walks couples through explanations and solutions to these problems. This short and simple book is designed to give couples the skills they need to repair a resentful and empty marriage. Through simple techniques, committed couples can alter their perspective, climb out of their trenches, and learn to work together in an intimate partnership.
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|Listening Length||2 hours and 26 minutes|
|Narrator||J. D. Ledford|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||May 17, 2019|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #40,450 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#216 in Marriage & Long-Term Partnerships
#271 in Love, Dating & Attraction
#795 in Love & Romance (Books)
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I've not thought about the way they function separately or together in a relationship. Nor see many healthy examples of it(esp with females).
It's an interesting read. I need some time to think about it, may add more to the review later.
Adam encourages readers to be vulnerable with their partners and state their needs. This doesn’t mean vulnerable as in cry your eyes out or weak, it means to be honest and share what you need in your relationship.
Adam breaks down what he sees in his job and provides readers with background knowledge for why communication can breakdown. He writes in a manner that is easy to understand.
I encourage anyone to read this book. Even if your relationship is thriving, Adam may provide more knowledge to help your relationship to continue to grow.