"52 Ways to Wow Your Husband" is exactly what you would think. Every week you get an assignment, wisdom, and a date. The assignments are simple, quick things to do to make you think about your husband. The wisdom is scripture or stories from other wives to encourage you in your marriage. The date suggestion-sometimes as simple as spending time together. The book offers encouragement and ideas to help push your marriage in the right direction. Many of us want to 'wow' our husbands and make them feel appreciated, but many times we just don't know where to start. This book is a good starting point! This book could be used by the newlywed or the 50 year married couple! It's a quick and easy way to show your husband he is loved every week of the year!
I ordered these books for my granddaughters and their husbands. I like the way these subjects were approached in a way that most young couples can relate to. I'm praying that if they need some of these suggestions in the future they will remember where they read them.
Today's marriages need all the inspiration and support possible. Farrel's 52 Ways to Wow Your Husband is a charming, inspirational, and motivational short-read that can improve a marriage. In a time when many people focus only on what they deserve or how they feel, it's refreshing to read a book that reminds women of their power to influence their husband, and ultimately enjoy holy union more, by thinking & acting upon his needs. Each chapter gives an "assignment," some "wow" wisdom from the Bible or in the form of a prayer, and suggestions for a "wow" date. This book would make a practical, positive bridal shower gift.
A woman knows what she finds romantic, but ask her what her husband finds romantic (other than sex) and she might need a little time to think of an answer. Even a woman who has been married many years may occasionally find that she needs an idea about how to put that special spark into the relationship. In 52 Ways to Wow Your Husband, Pam Farrell, who has been a wife for over 31 years, shows wives how they can connect with and "wow" their husbands.
As this book is meant to be done over a year's time (one a week), I obviously did not have the time to test out all the ideas in this book before reviewing it. However, I can tell you that the few that I did were highly successful at "wowing" my husband and making him smile. :) The ideas range in complexity and cost. Some of them are freebies that you can do and some of them require substantial spending. The nice thing is that you don't have to go in any sort of order. You can pick and choose which ones to do and when to do them.
Pam Farrell's tone in 52 Ways to Wow Your Husband, is kind and humorous which makes for an quick and enjoyable read that is sure to enhance any marriage relationship.
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