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Rogues & Remarkable Women

It's (Mostly) His Fault
Robert Mark Alter

For Women Who Are Fed Up and the Men Who Love Them

March 2006
384 pages
ISBN: 0446577774
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Self-Help Relationships | Non-Fiction

For anyone who thought happily-ever-after only occurred in fairy tales, who thought their so-so marriage was the best they could expect, IT'S (MOSTLY) HIS FAULT is required reading. Drawing on over 30 years of experience as a psychotherapist and marriage counselor, Robert Alter's central, controversial argument is that the man is primarily responsible for the marital problems. Here he reveals the win-win rewards for both men and women when husbands learn to take more active roles in their relationships. In straightforward language even the most resistant couples will embrace, IT'S (MOSTLY) HIS FAULT shows men how they can: 1) Be great husbands 2) Stop the nagging Have more sex 3) And win adoring wives. It gives women: 1) Less reason to criticize their husbands 2) Partners they actually want to have sex with 3) And the supportive and loving husbands they always wanted!

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