Children add a unique strain on a couple's time and relationship, yet they desperately need parents who love each other. That's why, according to Dr. Willard Harley, one of the most important things parents can do for their kids is keep their marriage healthy. His Needs, Her Needs for Parents will help them do just that. Following the pattern of the best-selling His Needs, Her Needs, this book guides both new and seasoned parents through the whys and hows of sustaining romance in a marriage. It also offers specific, practical steps on spending quality time as a couple, deciding on child-training methods, dividing domestic responsibilities, and even handling kids with ADHD and intrusive in-laws. His Needs, Her Needs for Parents will help couples maintain their love for each other and raise happy and successful children at the same time.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Chris on 22-06-15

A must for every parent or future parent

Every issue most parents will have in their marriage is covered in this book along with practical solutions. Highly recommended.

BTW I thought the author did a good job reading it himself.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Anonymous User on 02-04-18

great book, great read, great author,

helpful, thoughtful, and kind. Dr. Harley has given marriage counseling success over the failures of the past.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Carrie on 19-09-14

Great example why authors should not narrate

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

I couldn't get passed the speaker/author. If I was having a conversation with him, I probably wouldn't think twice about it. But when I pay for an audiobook, I expect a certain level of quality in the speakers voice. This guy has a lisp (or something - I'm not sure how to classify it). Also, his voice goes up and down artificially so it sounds awkward. I feel horrible complaining about his voice, but I just couldn't listen to the book he bothered me so much. Maybe I'll try again next year.

Note to Willard - next time you write a book, hire somebody else to narrate it and then sit back and collect the money as it sells. Using a professional narrator will pay for itself later on.

Would you ever listen to anything by Willard F. Harley again?

Depends on who is narrating

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Willard F. Harley?


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