Cheat On Your Husband (with Your Husband): How to Date Your Spouse
There’s an old joke that after years of marriage a man complains, “She changed!” and a woman complains “He didn’t!” Just as change is a part of life, it’s also a part of marriage—a healthy and normal part of it. But just because things have changed doesn’t
Yes, that was my first thought -- What in the World?? -- when I saw the title of this book. But reading the full subtitle clarified for me that it was a legitimate book on marriage, not some sleazy how-to guide.
I enjoyed this book. It's highly readable, and Andrea Syrtash uses her years of being a relationship advice columnist, her own marriage, and studies of other married couples to give concrete examples of the dos and don'ts of keeping your marriage alive.
The truth is that life and children and jobs often get in the way. We grow and change as people, but unfortunately our relationships often stagnate, or even regress as we give other things more attention than our marriage. And often it's not just our marriage we are neglecting as women, but ourselves too. Syrtash encourages women to get back in touch with themselves -- to be fun, spontaneous, and even sexy.
She does not write with a condemning judging tone, but I was convicted all the same...
Cheat On Your Husband (with Your Husband): How to Date Your Spouse is one of best selling in Love & Romance category.