i hate to bash a Christian author that feels like they are doing something good, but i need to be honest. i bought the audio for my husband to listen to after some talks of him struggling with lust sins. he told me months later that this book, that i bought to help him, planted thoughts into his mind that he would never have thought of on his own. while he has not told me specifically what they are, he said that this book was "evil" with presenting things that he otherwise would not have struggled with. he said that no man should read/hear the ideas within it. i also read the What every woman needs to know book by the same author, and i actually felt the same way. rather than healing, it was haunting. buyer beware, this is not the book for your family.
I got two copies for my husband to use in a counseling session. I read the book at my husband's recommendation. As a women I found it helpful to understand what men go through and how they are so different from women.
The book represents a very personal journey in Fred's life. He shares practical tips that helped him to improve his life and take his marriage from life support to thriving. The book was easy to read and incorporated some Scriptural support. The only part of the book I did not like was he conclusion which read more like an infomercial where the author was trying to sell more products in which he and his family have been involved.