What Women Don't Know (and Men Don't Tell You)
The Unspoken Rules of Finding Lasting Love
Publication Date: September 15, 2009
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What You Don't Know about Yourself Will Hinder You.
What You Don't Know about Men Will Hurt You.
What You Don't Know about Relationships Will Cost You.
Why does the modern-day search for romance so often end in disappointment, especially for women? Is it something we do? Something we don't do? Are we missing important information about the opposite sex—or about ourselves? Is there something wrong with us that we long so desperately for "til death do us part"?
Sadly, many women today see their ongoing singleness as a weakness or lack of worth. In truth, our dreams go unfulfilled not because we do not deserve for them to come true, but often because of wrong assumptions—assumptions that can easily be corrected.
Drawing on both male and female perspectives, this book deals with the hard issues and questions you and other women ponder as you consider how to obtain lasting love. What Women Don't Know (and Men Don't Tell You) will help you adjust your desires, redefine what you are attracted to, set your values in order, and determine your goals—freeing you at last to pursue the loving relationship you desire.
As a bestselling author, speaker, singer and television co-host, Michelle McKinney Hammond is known for “keeping it real.” She addresses real-life issues with candor and wit, and the hard questions with sensitivity and empathy. Michelle resides in Ghana, West Africa and travels extensively, speaking to men and women from all walks of life extending the message of the Good News.
Joel A. Brooks, Jr., is the senior pastor of Christian Life Center, a 1,600-member multi-cultural church in Kalamazoo, Michigan. A contributing author for Dr. Edwin Louis Cole’s Man Power, Joel is a nationally known speaker on the topic of singleness and also serves on many local and national boards, including Reconciliation Ministries and the Christian Men’s Network.