Have a new husband by Friday? Is that even possible? Dr. Kevin Leman says it is. The New York Times bestselling author and self-help guru shows even the most frustrated wife how she can have a new husband by Friday. Leman reminds any wife that if what she's doing to get better behavior out of her husband isn't working now, it never will. So it's time for a change. That means it's time to change her own patterns of behavior. Here's how Leman suggests she handle it day to day:Monday: Secrets Revealed: Cracking the Male CodeYes, you're different species, but you can work together in harmony.Tuesday: Creatures from Another Planet . . . or Creatures of Habit?To understand men, you have to track 'em to their den.Wednesday: Think about What You Want to Say, Then Divide It by TenHow to talk so your guy will really listen . . . and listen so your guy will really talk.Thursday: Think of Him as a Seal Waiting for a Three-Pound FishWhy making love to your man is a key to who he is and how satisfied he'll be, and what's in it for you. Friday: It Takes a Real Woman to Make a Man Feel like a Real ManHow to open your man's heart, revolutionize your love life, and turn him into the knight you've always dreamed of.
Dr. Kevin Leman is an internationally known psychologist, radio and television personality, and speaker. Cohost of the extremely popular Have a New Kid by Friday podcast, he has made house calls through hundreds of radio and television programs, such as FOX & Friends, The View, FOX's The Morning Show, Today, Morning in America, The 700 Club, CBS's The Early Show, Janet Parshall, CNN, and Focus on the Family, and has served as a contributing family psychologist to Good Morning America. A bestselling and award-winning author, Dr. Leman has written more than 60 books, including The Birth Order Book and Have a New Kid by Friday. He is the founder of Leman Academy of Excellence, an award-winning group of classical charter schools located throughout Arizona and Colorado. Dr. Leman and his wife, Sande, live in Tucson, Arizona. They have five children and four grandchildren.