How do you have a relationship with a woman who pees standing up?That was the question Carl had to ask himself after marrying fiery, young Kenya, whose need for dominance and control overshadowed not only his needs, but her abilities.There were a lot of broken lamps in the early years of their relationship. However, there were moments when things teetered on the edge of getting a lot uglier than a broken lamp, too. Thankfully, a radical change in attitude saved their marriage. They became strong enough to thrive through big challenges: parenthood, losing their home to fire, and Kenya's near-fatal illness. Carl, who now co-leads relationship workshops with Kenya, shares the lessons learned not only of his own struggle to be in a relationship of equals, but of his and Kenya's deep study of the subject. In this book readers will learn: --Why "a boy cannot become a man until he has healed a woman."--How to determine what a woman really wants, and how to give it to her without losing your self-respect or her respect for you.--Why your position on the "Monk Scale" makes all the difference to your success as a husband and father.--How to keep your own vices from getting in the way of your relationship
Author: Carl E. Stevens Jr Publisher: Carl Stevens Published: 07/05/2010 Pages: 148 Binding Type: Paperback Weight: 0.39lbs Size: 8.50h x 5.51w x 0.32d ISBN: 9780980166323
About the Author Trained as an engineer and possessing an MBA with a background in business and technology, Carl began a spiritual journey fourteen years ago that led him to explore metaphysics, health, and holistic practices like African spirituality, breath science, meditation, ritual, cosmological law, yoga, oracular technologies, feng shui, and qigong. He has written several books on the BaGua numerical and astrological system (the foundation to the I Ching oracle)-and its effect on marriage and family life. Despite his interest in arcane topics, he writes clearly and simply to make his ideas accessible. As co-CEO of JujuMama LLC with his wife Kenya Stevens, he leads workshops and seminars on healthy relationships and marriages.