Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions

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8 comments on “Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions

  1. p jagga reddy says:

    please send the book 30 years of tormented

  2. mr. y says:

    Will you give me a list of the Bible verses that you refer to in the book?

    Can you explain why the book is so expensive? I would expect less than $10 for a 38 page booklet.

    • Mister X says:

      Hi Mr Y:

      The Bible verses in the book follow.

      In the Preface

      Better to dwell in a corner of a housetop, than in a house shared with a contentious woman. (Proverbs 21:9)
      Better to dwell in the wilderness, than with a contentious and angry woman. (Proverbs 21:19)
      A continual dripping on a very rainy day and a contentious woman are alike. (Proverbs 27:15)

      In Chapter 3
      Dwell with them with understanding. (1 Peter 3:7)

      In Chapter 6
      In quietness and confidence shall be your strength. (Isaiah 30:15)

      In Chapter 7
      Let her breasts satisfy you at all times; and always be enraptured with her love. (Proverbs 5:19)

      In Graduation
      Therefore what God has joined together, let not man separate. (Matthew 19:6)

      As far as pricing is concerned, if I were to sell 100,000 copies, then the cost will be perhaps $5.00. But since I cannot properly promote the book, I do not expect massive sales. Therefore, the book was priced as follows.
      Price of book = [((Time in hours to write the book) x (My hourly rate)) + (Publishers fees)]/(Expected Sales)

  3. Hi, Mr. X. Your book sounds wonderful, and I look forward to reading it! I’ve written what just might be its counterpart … helping women understand how their behavior affects their husbands … and, most importantly, what husbands need from their wives. “Dance With Me: a hopeful romantic interprets Ephesians 5” begins with a brief section that helps men understand what women need, and based on comments from your readers, I’m guessing you’ve got most of it. However, the bulk of my book focuses on the Psychology of Men and Romance. As a Christian psychologist who specializes in helping heal broken marriages, I find that most men spend their lives “dodging bullets” and can never find the words to ask for what they need in a relationship … and that most women haven’t a clue how to be a better wife. I’m on a mission to change that for men and women everywhere. It’s good to know others are just as practical in their approach to helping couples. Blessings! Dr. Debi Smith

    • Mister X says:

      Dear Dr Smith:

      You book sound informative and I support your efforts to help improve marriages. I have inserted a hyperlink in your comment to your web site.

      X

  4. Cal says:

    been practicing the steps of this book for ~3 months with no signs of improvement.

    • Mister X says:

      Dear Cal:

      I apologise for this delayed response.

      If you have been practising the steps for three months, then one thing is certain – you have improved. If you have been consistent, then your wife is probably wondering when you will stop and slide back to your old self. However, after 3 months it should have become habitual, easy and a permanent part of you.

      Most wives show some positive response within one month, unless the trust has been broken (eg through infidelity, stealing money, etc). Whether that is the case or not, I suggest that with 3 months now gone, you should gently and creatively answer her question.

      Let her know that you do not intend to go back. This is the permanently changed you. You are not struggling (which you probably were initially) and therefore may slide back at any moment. Instead, it is almost effortless.

      X

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