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Overview Don't bring up her old boyfriends. Share the remote control. Send her flowers on an ordinary day. When you're wrong admit it! Women love this book and so will the men.
Here's the little black book that women just love Every man needs this wonderful collection of wit, wisdom and common sense in his library--a simple book that's sure to make a big impact in a relationship. It's often said that the littlest things make the biggest difference. Here is a book that lets men know what some of those little things are.
Noted author Robert Ackerman has collected simple every day reminders of common courtesies and romance, sprinkled with timeless words from famous folks about what makes a marriage work. This delightful book is a must-have for the long-married, the newlywed or the engaged. It's often said that the littlest things make the biggest difference in a relationship -- now's the time to find out just what those things are
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 4.5" Height: 5.75" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 1994
ISBN 1558743170 ISBN13 9781558743175
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More About Robert Ackerman
Dr. Robert J. Ackerman is the author of Perfect Daughters. A professor of sociology at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, he lives in Indiana, Pennsylvania, with his wife, Kimberly, and their three children.
Robert Ackerman was born in 1935 and has an academic affiliation as follows - University of the Arts, Philadelphia.
Reviews - What do customers think about A Husband's Little Black Book: Common Sense, Wit and Wisdom for a Better Marriage?
Great Book Sep 10, 2006
This is a great book, ladies buy one for your husband, then you can stop having to verbalize everything, it's all in the book! Very insightful.
Common Sense and one-liners Nov 3, 1999
Don't be fooled by the 160 pages. There are only one or two lines of text on each page. They might be helpfull in a relationship, as far as "little things you can do" but it is not a book about marriages or relationships.
Witty and Wise Aug 10, 1998
The bits of advice in this book were sometimes humorous, sometimes thought-provoking. I bought it for my husband and we both laughed together as we read it. It was wonderful!