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Discover Romance November 26, 2013

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Life is filled with Simple Moments that make life special … if you notice them!discover_romance


A Hopeful Romantic + Ephesians 5 = Happy Couples! November 19, 2013

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Dance With Me by Dr. Debi Smith (Psychologist, Author, Speaker, Coach)

Available @ Amazon.com
or instant download for iPad, iPhone, Kindle, Nook, etc., @ Smashwords.com

Dr John TownsendMale-female relationships can be difficult. Both genders need understanding and skills to have great connections. Dr. Debi Smith has written a great book with biblical understanding, research-based principles, and applicable skills. The material will make significant gains in any relationship. I highly recommend this book.

~ Dr. John Townsend
Organizational Consultant, Psychologist
and Co-Author of Boundaries

The Truth About Women November 8, 2013

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femaleby Dr. Debi Smith

Guys, wouldn’t it be great if you could exceed the wisdom of Dr. Sigmund Freud? Despite all his work with women in exploring the possibilities of “a talking cure,” rumor has it that he died still wondering what women want.

Actually, we’re not that complicated, but poor Siggy didn’t have anyone to translate for him. Now you’re going to get the inside scoop!

I’m going to share a secret with you about women. When you understand this secret, you will be well on your way to finding out what she needs to develop an absolutely irresistible desire to follow you.

Now how cool is that? Way cool.

Most people believe that women are more complicated than men, and that’s simply not true. In fact, most problems men have with women can be solved using a minimum of words and energy.

Really? What a relief!

You see, the problem is how you see the problem. And the problem you think you see is probably not the problem at all. Women are different by nature. We can’t help it. We were born that way. And truth be told, you guys like us this way. In fact, there’s no one you would rather dance with than a girl, right?

However, the very things that draw you to us are the very things that you find confusing. You’ve probably wondered with Professor Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady, “Why can’t a woman be more like a man?”

But that’s not really what you want. You love the fact that she’s emotionally sensitive and not as big or as strong as you are. But you’re also very confused that so much depends on how she feels. And she feels a lot.

And she can talk forever and ever and never get to the point. She looks to you to solve problems for her … sometimes. But just as often, she gets angry if you try to solve a problem for her … especially if her feelings are involved. Sheesh.

What you probably don’t realize is just how differently she’s been treated her entire life … just because she’s female.

Men Are Not From Mars! November 2, 2013

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Men Are Not From Mars.
Women Are Not From Venus.

Men Don’t Have Waffle Brains.
And Women’s Brains Are Not Made of Spaghetti.

We’re from the Same Planet!
And we were created by the same All-Wise God.

But we are created to be different. And we have
different life purposes and experiences.

Want to know more? Here it is!