New Horizon in Male-Female Relationships

By David Samuel Green

Edited by Sandra E. McDermott

Foreword by Dieter Ising

New Horizon in Male-Female Relationships

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  • Pages: 186
  • Publication Date: 4/9/2010
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New Horizon in Male-Female Relationships

By David Samuel Green

Edited by Sandra E. McDermott

Foreword by Dieter Ising

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PAPERBACK

  • ISBN: 9781608994281
  • Pages: 186
  • Publication Date: 4/9/2010
  • Retail Price: $23.00
Web Price: $18.40
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eBOOK

  • ISBN: 9781608994281
  • Format: epub
  • Publication Date: 4/9/2010
  • Retail Price: $23.00
Web Price: $18.40
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About-

New Horizon in Male-Female Relationships attempts to break new ground in the discourse on gender equality, love, happiness, and marriage. Author David Samuel Green succeeds admirably and wastes no time in tracing the evolution of human relationships. But he also puts forward new theories regarding the state of relations between males and females across the globe, including married couples.

What Green's new book further accomplishes lies in its no-holds-barred exploration of matters of the heart. Specifically, the author examines methods we can employ to eliminate problems that tend to hamper our relationships, and shows us how best to get the most out of our unions, with emphasis on how "product thinking" and "egalitarianism" assist remarkably.

Besides offering solutions for troubled marriages and other relationships, the book also extols several concepts that go hand in hand with love and happiness. At the same time, it becomes clear that if we want our unions and partnerships to work, we have to bring the right attitude to the table. After all, as we learn, the ingredients for a successful relationship must include compassion, forgiveness, and understanding.

Endorsements & Reviews-

"Is there a fresh way to think about marriage as a mysterious mutuality, grounded in selflessness and compassion? Where is the foundation for this deeper understanding? Where may we find the resources to ease the misery while living out the mystery. David Green offers good research and practical tools to not only think differently about marriage in principle, but suggests ways to apply them in the context of everyone's present mysteries."
--Ramesh Richard
Dallas Theological Seminary

"David Samuel Green has a wealth of knowledge and experience in this area and explains with clarity the psychological, social, and theological aspects without reservation. He shares from his heart and because his writing facilitates easy reading and is extremely informative, students as well as experts will benefit from his knowledge . . . This book will definitely impact society and the Christian world and will become a reference for the twenty-first century."
--Yves Bergeron
Caribbean Graduate school of Theology (Jamaica)

"New Horizon in Male-Female Relationships is a well-written treatise that deserves to be read by all those who are interested in understanding the dynamics of family relationships . . . The authors demonstrated their brilliance in exploring a very important topic. They helped us to see how the evolution of the male-female relationships is rooted in Judeo-Christianity and how the changing historical dynamics have impacted family relationships over time."
--Paul Gardner
President, Jamaica Council of Churches

"I am pleased to place on record my endorsement for this second book written by Rev. David Samuel Green . . . I recommend this book to be used by pastors, counselors, and leaders with responsibility for young couples starting out in life. It is also good as a refresher for 'older' married couples, who may be experiencing 'flatness' in the marriage resulting in the tendency to take each other for granted."
--Lenworth N. Anglin, CD
Executive Chairman, Church of God in Jamaica

Contributors-

David Samuel Green
Sandra E. McDermott
Dieter Ising

Bio(s)-

David Samuel Green is a psychotherapist and an adjunct lecturer of psychology at The International University of the Caribbean at Montego Bay, Jamaica. He is the author of Breaking Free: The Key to Empowerment, Happiness, and Fulfillment-A Caribbean Perspective (2006).

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