It's Not a Midlife Crisis

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
The process of how men and women meet and form relationships is fascinating. We all scurry through our lives like focused squirrels in search of a treat. We jump trees, tiptoe gutters, run from ominous dogs, all in quest of the perfect nut. (How’s that for a relational metaphor?) How we sort the rejects from the keepers and judge the quality of our new prize is complicated. Let’s take a peek. More

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Words: 81,840
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301774258
About Tim Coleman

Tim Coleman is a Captain at a major U.S. Airline. He is 47, married for 17 years and has two boys. He is a Seaplane and Mountain Canyon Flying instructor. He has had short haired jobs ranging from flying a Gubernatorial-pursuing Congressman to piloting search planes on NASA’s Space Shuttle program. He has had long haired jobs ranging from Island hopping in the Bahamas to lead guitarist in a punk rock band. He is a good listener and finds everything in life pretty funny.

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Review by: Jason Truax on March 27, 2013 :
This book will have you laughing yourself crazy...if you're a guy. Possibly a girl also if they have a wonderful sense of humor. I definitely recommend reading this book to put a face on what every guy out there has had to endure at one time or another in their lives. Coleman does a terrific job of defining the marital condition at every stage of its progress. From newly weds to 20 or 30 year veterans, Coleman's descript way of explaining what goes on in the minds of both women and men in a relationship is therapuetic and reassuring for all those folks out there in the quagmire known as marriage.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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