Cheat on Your Husband

Title: Cheat on Your Husband (with Your Husband)

SubTitle: How to Date Your Spouse

Publisher: Rodale

Pub Date:13 September 2011

ISBN: 9781609611095

Author: Andrea Syrtash

Now, my husband caught me reading this book the other day and he was rather flustered. *GRINZ* At first glance, it seems that I’ve been reading a book that teaches me the art of cheating and infidelity, but truthfully, it is not. This book does not teach me how to cheat on my husband. Quite contrary, I must say.

This is a motivational book that teaches you how to reinvent passion between you and your spouse. Admit it, most of us feel as if things has indeed become mundane after being in a marriage for quite some time, and more often than not, we took our other half for granted.

This is a very good motivational/self-help book. Though the content is not anything new, and I’m mostly familiar with most of the case study, I find that I could learn a few tricks to make my relationship with my husband much more exciting than it is now.

My only complain about this book is that it is rather repetitive. I get alot of points that it’s trying to convey, considering that I’ve been married for almost a decade… I wish the author does not try to emphasize too much on how things gets mundane and we need to fix that. I know that.

Overall, a very educational read, and I highly recommend this to all married couple who feels that they need to do something to renew the passion and love in their marriage.

Despite of it’s flaw and repetitiveness where case studies are concerned, I rate this book 5 stars, simply because it helps me understand more about my relationship with my husband, and it helps me appreciate him more and see him as my lover instead of just the father to my child.

I received an ARC of this book from Rodale Publisher via Negatlley. I was not compensated in any ways for writing this review.

Book description:

There’s an old joke that after years of marriage a man complains, “She changed!” and a woman complains “He didn’t!” Just as change is a part of life, it’s also a part of marriage—a healthy and normal part of it. But just because things have changed doesn’t mean you shouldn’t recognize yourself or your relationship with your husband.
Too many women wake up in their marriages and ask themselves, “Is this it?” After years of sharing domestic duties, raising kids, and balancing careers, many of us can’t help but wonder if we’re living the lives we intended to have.
Whether you have been married for two decades or two months, dating and relationship expert Andrea Syrtash shows how to create a more exciting and more fulfilling relationship with your spouse—and more important, with yourself. After all, you can’t expect to find passion in your relationship if you are not passionate about your own life!
With simple steps and fun exercises, Cheat On Your Husband provides the tools to help you combat boredom in your marriage and renew an easy, intimate connection with your spouse. Using real-life examples of couples who have benefited from her techniques, Syrtash debunks common marriage myths and shows how fun and fulfilling marriage can

2 comments

  1. Cleffairy says:

    *singing Elvis Presley’s ‘Devil in Disguise’

    You look like an angel
    Walk like an angel
    Talk like an angel
    But I got wise
    You’re the devil in disguise
    Oh yes you are
    The devil in disguise

    You fooled me with your kisses
    You cheated and you schemed
    Heaven knows how you lied to me
    You’re not the way you seemed

    You look like an angel
    Walk like an angel
    Talk like an angel
    But I got wise

    You’re the devil in disguise
    Oh yes you are
    The devil in disguise

    I thought that I was in heaven
    But I was sure surprised
    Heaven help me, I didn’t see
    The devil in your eyes

    You look like an angel
    Walk like an angel
    Talk like an angel

    But I got wise
    You’re the devil in disguise
    Oh yes you are
    The devil in disguise

    You’re the devil in disguise
    Oh yes you are
    The devil in disguise
    Oh yes you are
    The devil in disguise

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