What Women Wish You Knew about Dating: A Single Guy's Guide to Romantic Relationships

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Baker Books, Jun 1, 2008 - Family & Relationships - 208 pages
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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.
  

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Review: What Women Wish You Knew about Dating: A Single Guy's Guide to Romantic Relationships

User Review  - Lawrence - Goodreads

This is the most practical Christian book on dating that I've read. I personally bought and handed this out to a bunch of guys in my bible study group. The only caveat was that they were to pass on ... Read full review

Review: What Women Wish You Knew about Dating: A Single Guy's Guide to Romantic Relationships

User Review  - JayJay - Goodreads

What I liked: Most of this book. Seriously. There are several points in here that I wish more guys would take to heart, particularly when it comes to "Being a Man" and having their spiritual lives in ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
9
Becoming a
17
Never Tell Me the Odds
19
Guys versus Men
26
Living before Dating
34
Why Do You Want a Girlfriend?
46
Being a Man with Women
56
Dating Like a
67
The Casual First Date
111
When Things Dont Work Out
122
The Active Second Date
131
Navigating the Friend Zone and Seeing Other People
139
The Romantic Third Date
147
You Have a GirlfriendNow What?
167
Physical Intimacy
176
Deeper Wounds That Need Healing
191

The Top Five Myths of Christian Dating
69
Where to Start?
78
Talking to Her and Asking Her Out
95
Youre So Lucky Im Around
201
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About the author (2008)

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.

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