Here is the thing about questions: they expose more about the inquirer than they do about the one being queried. If you pay attention, the questions a woman asks will point directly to some of her deepest longings and also reveal some of what she desires most from a man. With this book as a guide, we hope that men and women can move beyond the question of “Why are women the way they are?” to see the authentic heart of a woman. A companion book to “Yup.” “Nope.” “Maybe.” the book for women. Contains a group study guide.
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Stephen James, M.A., is a private-practice therapist in Nashville, Tennessee and is also on staff at Fellowship Bible Church as pastor of congregational care. Stephen earned his master's degree in counseling from Mars Hill Graduate School in Seattle, Washington. He is husband to Heather, as well as father to Emma Claire; Elijah; and twins, Henry and Teddy.
David Thomas is a therapist and director of counseling for men and boys at Daystar Counseling in Nashville, Tennessee. He did his undergraduate and graduate work at the University of Tennessee. David lives in Nashville with his wife, Connie; daughter, Lily; and twins, Baker and Witt.
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