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Dating does not come natural to guys; it's a system obviously thought up by someone who isn't a guy, and is probably a girl, too. Guys come into it scratching their heads and quickly leave screaming, only to come back because they don't know what else to do with themselves. Then they fumble around until they discover that there are rules, and then, after they cobble together enough of the rules to make something work, they discover a new rule. If there were only a place where all the rules were written down so guys could read them before they wandered into the arena, everything would be quick and easy, right?
Well, it might be quicker and easier (and a whole lot less messier), but it's still going to take a little work. Luckily, reading this book isn't work at all. Stephen Simpson writes with wit, humor and wisdom as he provides a gazetteer to the landscape of relationships and simplifies without dumbing down. A couple dozen sidebars are also included for the ladies, encouraging both genders to work together to make this sometimes crazy system work for everyone concerned.
Most books on romantic relationships focus on mate selection, marriage, and sexual purity. But before all that can happen, a guy has to get a date! What Women Wish You Knew about Dating equips men with the skills they need to begin dating. Author Stephen W. Simpson educates men about spiritual and psychological obstacles
to dating and provides solutions to the problems that often interfere with a healthy, holy dating life.
With a unique blend of biblical principles, psychological insight, practical advice, and humor, this book shows the reader how to be a man, date like a man, and get that relationship off to a great start. Whether just entering the dating game or back after being widowed or divorced, men of all ages will benefit from this straightforward and candid treatment of male sexuality and dating.
Stephen W. Simpson, PhD (Fuller Theological Seminary) is the former assistant director of the Fuller Psychological and Family Services and a psychotherapist in private practice. He is the coauthor of What Wives Wish Their Husbands Knew about Sex. Simpson lives in North Hollywood, California.