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According to bestselling author Dr. Larry Crabb, men and women struggle to relate to one another because they are self-centered and do not honor the God-created differences between men and women. In Men and Women, Crabb explores how we can turn away from ourselves and toward each other to become "other-centered."
A discussion guide is included in the back of the book that can be used by both individuals and groups. Ideally spouses will study it together, growing from the changes they experience.
Number of Pages: 237
Publication Date: 2013
|Dimensions: 7.10 X 4.70 X 1.00 (inches)|
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What does it take to get along for a lifetime? Men and women share a deadly problem that kills good relating. The problem is this: we are committed, first of all, to ourselves. Each of us, without blushing, holds fast to an overriding concern for our own well-being. Sharing peoples stories and personal anecdotes, Crabb explores how we can turn away from ourselves and toward each other, how we can become what he calls "other-centered." In Men & Women, Dr. Crabb maintains that men and women are different in important ways that, if understood and honored, can lead to a deep enjoyment of one another, an enjoyment that can last forever.
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Q: Is this an update of the 1993 edition or a completely new book?
This is an updated edition of the original, which was published in 1991.