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Best Books: 5 Interesting Books Every Wife Should Read

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#1 The Love Mindset

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This book helps people learn to feel loved without depending on other people to love them. I think dependency is a major issue in marriage, especially for women. I suffered from it in many relationships, and this book was the fruit of my healing those patterns.

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Contributors: Vironika Tugaleva from Vironika

#2 Man With Child

Funny, poignant, and eminently relevant, this book gives husbands a real look at what Dad's feel and experience while giving wives a peek into how their husbands develop as parents and where they are different and where their feelings intersect. And, written in vignettes, it is an easy read for couples to share.

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Contributors: Antoinette Kuritz from Strategies/La Jolla Writers Conference

#3 The Power of A Praying Wife

This book has sold millions of copies. It has been a number one seller for several years. It is perfect for the person who just got married or has been married for years. It will help anyone with the title of wife. For we all know, a perfect man does not exist, learning to support and pray for him will help you on your way.

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Contributors: Chantay Bridges from Los Angeles Real Estate Now

#5 Glad to Be Dad

Glad to Be Dad is actually for wives as well as husbands, and I wrote it that way on purpose. For one thing, of course, wives need to learn to understand husbands, just as husbands need to learn to understand wives and the book is full of that process (including some of the hilariousness that ensues). It includes a chapter, for example, on Male-Female differences, taken straight from my life but pretty universal.

But the book is also about parenting in general, and a number of women have told me that they found it valuable for that reason. Before I became a mom, one said, I didn't know how to change a diaper! Why would I?

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Contributors: Tim J. Myers from Tim Meyers Story Song

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Written by Nathaniel Fried

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