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Kevin Leman's 7 Things He'll Never Tell You. . . . But You Need to Know PDF

By Kevin Leman

ISBN-10: 1414327927

ISBN-13: 9781414327921

Kevin Leman wishes you to grasp that males are easier than you supply them credits for. on the center of guys, you will discover a delicate, emotional being that should think enjoyed, revered and wanted. males are very protecting in their middle. it truly is this protecting habit that retains males from brazenly sharing their emotions with ladies. yet, Kevin Leman understands that the extra you recognize and are delicate to the fears, anxieties, and insecurities that make the lads on your existence behave the way in which they do, the enhanced your relationships can be.

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You mean: I’m craving a triple-scoop, hot-fudge sundae with one of those cherries on top right now, but I don’t want you to think I’m a pig. Even if I have gained a little weight lately. ” He means: I’m not really hungry for ice cream right now. You think: What a jerk! I really need that ice cream . . now.

When you see another man, you raise your head half an inch. He raises his head half an inch back. You’ve just exchanged a whole conversation, and you’re both satisfied. You’ve both said, without saying it, “Hey, how are you doing? ” But this guy at the punch bowl looked as lost as I felt. Suddenly a streak of vulnerability came over me. I extended my hand. ” He shook it. ” I added. And then, right there, I’d run out of words. After all, this guy was a stranger. I didn’t need to go farther with him.

But those who ask this question rarely want to change their own styles. Usually, what they have in mind is sending their partners for repair. —Deborah Tannen Dads, especially, need to decompress before they arrive home. It’s why I suggest to men that on stressful days they choose their radio station or CD appropriately. They need to find some elevator music to wind them down. One couple we know has changed their strategy twice already in their 15-year marriage. When they were childless and both held full-time jobs, they agreed to take a “quiet half hour” after each got home before they began to talk and make dinner together.

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