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I liked the first part about selfishness. But the second half the part that was about the differences was vague. It's not that I didn't agree with what Crabb said. It's that he didn't say anything at all. Mar 15, Steve Savig rated it liked it Shelves: studies.
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About Larry Crabb. Larry Crabb. In addition to various other speaking and teaching opportunities, Dr. He currently Dr. Crabb and his wife, Rachael, live in the Denver, Colorado area. Books by Larry Crabb. No trivia or quizzes yet. Welcome back. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Giving numerous examples from his counseling and speaking ministry, Crabb explores how we can turn away from What does it take to get along for a lifetime? Giving numerous examples from his counseling and speaking ministry, Crabb explores how we can turn away from ourselves and toward each other, how we can become what he calls "other-centered.
Crabb maintains that men and women are different in important ways that, if understood and honored, can lead to a deep enjoyment of one another, an enjoyment that can last forever. Get A Copy.
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Why women think as they do Why men act as they do Crabb leaves his "anatomy" lesson for the last quarter beginning at chapter 8 of 12 in the book! He comes out of the gate defining why intentions and motivations matter more than feelings and actions. As a licensed psychologist and Christian counselor, he argues tha Every book I've read about the differences between men and women secular or Christian immediately focuses on either emotions or behavior and never mentioned ENJOYING them!
As a licensed psychologist and Christian counselor, he argues that not only is the current trend of therapy to "heal" the self-esteem or "build confidence" in a patient in order to heal broken relationships i.
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Crabb drives his point home by clearly stating his thesis in the chapter called "The REAL Problem," and I am paraphrasing: Until we stop being so self-focused and become "OTHER-centered," our relationships don't stand a chance--regardless of what the biological and psychological differences are between a man and a woman! Crabb goes on to argue that, without God's mercy and our own understanding of the need for forgiveness, we will never be able to reach the goal of becoming "other-centered.
This is no short order! The poignancy of Crabb's argument is brought home in his analysis that male and female humans were BUILT to relate, but since the fall of Adam and Eve have been cursed in this regard.
When we put ourselves above God and everyone else, we are blinded to our own faults i. Crabb uses this physical example to demonstrate the personal sexuality differences between man and woman: Men feel complete as they "strongly enter" into a relationship, and women feel enjoyed as they "warmly invite" p. Crabb does not shy away from the legalists who define the differences as pragmatic ROLES, nor does he back away from the egalitarians that defend the equal-partnership marriage to the death. Crabb meets somewhere in between and argues that it's not about roles or worth If I do what I can to bless my husband even or especially when he deserves otherwise--then he sees my action as an invitation to ENTER into a connection instead of continuing to defend the distance between us.
And vice-versa If I am treating my husband with disrespect and pushing him away with unkind or domineering words, he can choose to bless me with his confident strength that always melts my heart. He loves his wife.
She respects her husband. Not only does Crabb deliver a believable argument with his analysis and experience, but also he shores its credibility by backing it up every step of the way with scripture!