How to Read Your Male!
The rise of the “alpha female” has caused a crisis in relationships today. These leading ladies are take-charge, in-control and steamrolling a generation of men. In fact, many of their husbands are running for cover – into the arms of other women and onto the internet for pornography. Has today’s “alpha female” compromised traditional masculinity?
Reading Your Male, by Mary Farrar from David C. Cook on Vimeo.
Bestselling author Mary Farrar argues that because men are so often misread and because the template for femininity has been diminished, many fiercely independent women are unknowingly feminizing their men. Many loving wives, loyal girlfriends, and concerned mothers have failed to realize that a healthy understanding of the male mind is essential for a strong relationship and with a little insight, they can draw out the best in their partners.
This month, her new book, “Reading Your Male” (David C. Cook, $16.99), Mary shares biblical truths and practical advice to teach women just what makes their guys tick.
Working on the frontlines of ministry and counseling for 25 years, Mary has watched the moral epidemic of s e xual sin and divorce play out in the world around her and the couples she counsels. Wives, girlfriends, and mothers in the trenches want to help—they just don’t know how. In “Reading Your Male,” she confirms that women can play a significant role in the lives of their men and teaches them the tools of the trade.
“Reading Your Male” unveils:
~The feminization of men and why “manliness” is becoming a rarity
~Why men think and act the way they do in every part of life, including sexuality
~A healthy view of beauty in a world obsessed with size zero
~How to draw out an emotionally unavailable man
~Teaching your son manliness
Mary holds a master’s degree from Dallas Theological Seminary and is the author of the bestselling book, “Choices: For Women Who Long to Discover Life’s Best.” Mary and her husband, Steve often speak together at couples’ conferences around the nation. Steve Farrar is the bestselling author of ten books, most notably “Point Man: How a Man Can Lead His Family,” which currently has more than 500,000 copies in print. The Farrars reside in north Dallas, and have three grown children.