His Brain, Her Brain: How Divinely Designed Differences Can Strengthen Your Marriage
science and personal well-blended
The information was very helpful to me as a newly engaged woman. The science is undeniably clear about our differences, male and female. I really especially enjoyed the creative way the book was written and organized. The authors successfully and entertainingly interwove personal experience with the facts.
February 24, 2012
Aside from the Bible, this is the best book I've ever invested in. I would recommend this to anyone who is in a relationship, thinking about marriage and even if you've been married for years.
July 28, 2009
Excellent required devotional reading for All married couples, with or without children, and children 14 years old and up, but their adult parent(s) be the judge of appropriate reading age by reading the product themselves first. To God be all the glory and may His light shine on you and yours always. Attend church regularly, Testify frequently, Read the bible daily, pray consistently, tythe 10% of your gross income per family, faithfully! Your reward in this life and the next will amaze and delight you and your family. We owe it to God and ourselves, all the earth, Amen.
March 27, 2009
Walt & Barb Larimore have done couples and those who counsel them an invaluable tool that is without precedent. Rarely is any new book profound in its scope and impact. This one more than qualifies. Beginning from the physiology of both the male and female brain, they compare and contrast both and move to everyday examples of how this affects differences in mood, communication, information processing, conflict approach and resolution and emotional expression. Abundantly researched and saturated with down-to-earth illustrations, this is a fresh, new, rock-solid resource. This is a publication that is in the rarefied air of 6 star category. The more personalized examples of such differences between the authors themselves is worth the price of the book. God, indeed, "made them male and female." Did He ever!
June 25, 2008