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The Walk Out Woman: When Your Heart Is Empty and Your Dreams Are Lost
Every woman longs to be appreciated, respected, and adored, but when her needs aren’t met within her marriage, she could be tempted to walk away. As little hurts and disappointments accumulate and her heart hardens, a woman’s loneliness and vulnerability take over, and she might find emotional fulfillment elsewhere, perhaps in even a casual encounter with another man. When ...more
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Feb 15, 2013 Thefamily rated it it was amazing · review of another edition
This is one of the best marriage and life evaluation books I have ever read. Well written, answers and talks through a lot of the questions women have and the challenges they face as they look at leaving their marriages. Over the years since I first read this I have lent it out many times and have had it returned with praise for being just what women needed to hear, study, and think about. The authors don't fail to acknowledge the worst things that can happen in a marriage, and there is no conde ...more
marriage is HARD WORK. Today, it is too easy to just say "C-ya!" as much as we may love someone; life in general is just stressful. Everyone feels a little lost from time to time in their marriage, and everyone becomes a little lost as well. Sometimes we give up certain dreams, and we pour out our heart, and feel our significant other is not listening 100% of the time. This book breaks down the simple psychology of man vs woman emotions and how we channel them within the marriage. It really come ...more
Jun 18, 2008 Nicole rated it really liked it · review of another edition
Recommends it for: Any Woman
This book was wonderful. I recommend it to any woman - and any man who wants to understand the inner struggles of a woman. The authors don't get too wordy, nor do they get lost in their own stories. They are direct and graceful. Bravo!!