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52 Things Wives Need from Their Husbands: What Husbands Can Do to Build a Stronger Marriage by Jay Payleitner (2012-02-01)

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  • By J. Greff on July 5, 2016

    My wife disagreed with about 40 of the 52 things that Jay claims "wives need" but it was an entertaining read anyway. It only took a few days to burn through the whole thing and I did it twice. Unfortunately, I gave it to my wife and she said, "Eeh...well, not really." But this is probably spot-on for Jay and his wife. Overall, worth the few bucks I spent on the purchase and the few days to read through it twice. Any marriage book sitting on the counter or nightstand will automatically score points with a wife. Note to husbands: You have to read the book or make it appear that you are reading it.

  • By T. Wolfe on July 3, 2017

    I never write book reviews, mainly because, what's the point - you're going to read what looks interesting and form your own opinion. However, I have a spare moment and wanted to comment on this.Context - husband, father of four, veteran, almost 40, been married 10 years, and Christian.I've read a lot of parenting / father books from different perspectives: vets, world leaders, religious leaders, etc. but have read very few marriage books. I would have rated this five stars if it was written in the 60s. There is some practical advice and some good high level concepts to think about - he interjects his own life experience as well - that's clear. I feel like he tried too hard to fit families into a small box - like he was speaking directly to the quinisential nuclear family. I get it, he can't write for everyone; but in our family, both adults work full time, mostly out of choice - many of his examples relied on the wife being the "stay at home."All in all, it was a quick read and I had some takeaways and anchors on scripture, but about half the book didn't really apply to my family - obviously there is always room for improvement in husbandry, but I had very few "ah-ha" moments reading this.

  • By Robert Kirk on March 22, 2014

    I have to be honest, this book wasn't entirely what I expected but the wisdom in the pages and the practical tips made it worth the effort. I didn't know that the author was a Christian based writer and I wouldn't call myself religious at all but the book was full of practical advice and I feel I can really utilize some tips in my marriage. I have been divorced before and a lot of the things he wrote about in failed marriages is absolutely true. The book does have some very witty tips and it's a breeze to read through and most important, I think it can really help anyone's marriage.

  • By Brittany on June 17, 2013

    I bought this book for my husband, but I wanted to read it first to see if it was something that was worth the time to have my husband read it. I really thought it was a great book! The author is so down to earth, and the chapters are short and to the point! My husband read it, and he said he really liked it. He thought the author was really funny. He laughed alot when he was reading this book. From the looks of the cover of the book, it makes it look really serious, or boring. But it's far from it! It's so down to earth, and it tells the man exactly how their wife is feeling, and what she really needs. With some added humor! I would suggest this book to any married couple! It's a GREAT read, and the author is FANTASTIC!

  • By mx30mark on May 31, 2017

    Little creative thinking. More typical comments with translations from bible versus. If you are religious you will like it, but then you might as well read the bible.

  • By Chris Sheffer on January 24, 2015

    A nice book to sit down with and reflect on your duty as a husband. It's frank, funny, and filled with good Godly advice on being the husband you have been called to be... or if a non-believer, you have chosen to be... Definitely worth consideration!

  • By Edword Jr on October 18, 2017

    Thanks, it is what you said it was!

  • By Guest on March 11, 2018

    must read for any husband


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