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Men Are Like Waffles--Women Are Like Spaghetti: Understanding and Delighting in Your Differences
Men Are Like WafflesWomen Are Like Spaghetti Understanding and Delighting in Your Differences
Author: Bill Farrel, Pam Farrel
With 150,000 copies sold, bestselling authors Bill and Pam Farrel have a fun new cover on their biblical wisdom, solid insight, and humorous anecdotes—all served up in just the right combination so that readers can feast on enticing ways to —
  • keep communication cooking
  • let gender differences work for—not against—...  more »
  • help each other relieve stress
  • achieve fulfillment in romantic relationships
  • coordinate parenting so kids get the best of both Mom and Dad


The Farrels explain why a man is like a waffle (each element of his life is in a separate box) and a woman is like spaghetti (everything in her life touches everything else). End–of–chapter questions and exercises make this unique and fun look at the different ways men and women regard life a terrific tool for not only marriage, but also for a reader’s relationships at work, at home, at church, and with friends.
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ISBN-13: 9780736919616
ISBN-10: 0736919619
Publication Date: 2/1/2007
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Audio CD
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I had the "singles" version of this book for years and, in my opinion, it is one of the very best and most useful books on dating and marriage relationships that I have ever read. I consistently draw from and use the lessons and metaphors from the book in my everyday life, which is more than I can say for most books. Since I lost that copy and am now married (and was trying to get a copy to lend to friends having marriage issues), I decided to get the marriage version of the book. I find it pretty similar except for a couple of chapters, and I think the same good basic info is presented. It might be just because of my experience, but I think I preferred the singles version just a bit more.


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