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Relationships can be confusing, and communication is a huge part of that confusion. I Don’t Get You aims to be a practical, accessible resource that helps readers navigate opposite-sex communication with intentionality.
The 5 Categories of Conversation introduced in this booklet give practical and easy-to-apply guidelines for interaction. The material guides you to fulfilling relationships that respect emotional boundaries and promote healthy interactions. I Don’t Get You equips men to protect their own hearts and the hearts of women around them. It also reveals how we can intentionally pursue the heart of one special person. Women will learn to recognize the invisible emotional ties that easily form and to guard their hearts from uncommitted emotional intimacy.
Number of Pages: 80
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 6.25 X 4.00 (inches)|
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PstrMNebraskaAge: 35-44Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5Let's talkJune 1, 2016PstrMNebraskaAge: 35-44Gender: maleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5Well I just got done reviewing a great resource by author Sherry Graf. She wrote a book entitled "I don't get you, a guide to healthy conversations. I know you might be thinking "oh great another book on communication", but I assure you this is anything but typical or common place. I will admit I was a bit skeptical as well until I read the first part of this little booklet. I was instantly hooked on the originality of its content. There are so many books on sexual purity but I have been looking for a book on emotional purity that would help singles as well as couples. I deal with marriage issues all the time and believe it or not they are not always at my own home, ha ha. Seriously though as a pastor I am often contacted with couples who have been facing purity issues in their marriage. Everything from infidelity, pornography and almost always some element of emotional purity. I believe this little book does a great job of driving the point that emotional purity is where it starts. Sherry brings up examples and illustrations including her own experiences of connecting emotionally with people to soon or going deeper than they should if they intend to remain friends. This book primarily is designed, in my opinion, for singles and couples, but does have specific references for speaking to our everyday friends of the same sex as well. Sherry does include some resources for those struggling in homosexuality and dealing with that specifically. These books come as singles or 10 packs and are great resources for small group studies, one on one mentoring and include thought and discussion questions to help work through the implication and application of knowing where to set boundaries. Rather you seek to deal with the opposite sex in an emotionally pure way or trying to grow your marriage this is the tool for your relationship and communication toolbox. Although I received my complimentary copy from my friends at Tyndale House Publishers for review, I have already gone on line to order several copies to hand out and use in ministry and I would encourage you to get yours as well.
Till next time.
WagaboodlesMinneapolis, MNAge: 35-44Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5Heplful Little BookletMay 7, 2016WagaboodlesMinneapolis, MNAge: 35-44Gender: maleQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0When I requested to read I Dont Get You: A Guide to Healthy Conversations, I was expecting a very different book. I was expecting practical tips on conversation with others with whom you have miscommunication in a book. Instead I received a small booklet (less than 70 pages in a book that is about the size of a regular photograph) that focused on emotional purity in communication with the opposite sex. While the book wasnt what I was expecting, I found it too be an enjoyable and helpful read (not to mention a quick read).
Emotional purity, like physical purity, keeps ones conversations in check with members of the opposite sex. Author Sherry Graf describes five levels of communication (from basic fact sharing to sharing dreams and fears) and how each level is appropriate at different levels of relational commitment. The information is helpful for people in any relationship stage (single or married). I recommend this little booklet for anyone
I received a free copy of this booklet in exchange for an unbiased review.
divahomeschool4 Stars Out Of 5Good BookApril 28, 2016divahomeschoolQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5A book review of I Don't Get You, guide to healthy conversations by Sherry Graf, provided by Tyndale for review.
I had never heard of emotional purity before I read this book. It might have save me much embarrassment and tears throughout my life had I read this book, or been taught this concept, early on.
Have you ever been more transparent in a conversation with a new friend than you should have been, giving more of your feelings and emotions than you should have? This is what emotional purity is, and what this book deals with. I would certainly recommend it for anyone, especially a young person. It is small, with only 72 pages. It takes just a few hours to read.