What Every Married Woman Needs

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This eBook is written by a man, Steve Caresser and it touches on 35 years of authentic experience in a successful marriage. This eBook is a guide to help men achieve a happier marriage. This eBook is growing, not only with knowledge, but with comments and questions from its readers. This eBook is designed and will help any man who applies its contents in their daily lives to have a happier and mor More
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About Steve Caresser

About Steve Caresser

... Steve Caresser was born in 1955 in Marysville California USA, and was raised in Modesto California USA. He grew up in Riverdale track as the locals there call it. His home was 2 blocks from the Tuolumne River, and Riverdale Island which he renamed Phantom Island, for his comic eBook. He spent most of his time growing up as a boy on Phantom Island, cutting school and running away from home.

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... I have been writing off and on for the past 10 years working on four eBooks.

# 1: “The Scared Crow” the first novel I finished a mystery thriller.
# 2: “The Phantom Cow” a comical eBook that will make you laugh.
# 3: “Endearing Endurance” a true story of my life, that will make you laugh, cry and ride an emotional roller coaster.
# 4: “Five Gallon Bucket” I have 30 years wine making experience and just want to share the savoring flavors I have blended over the years.

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Reviews of What Every Married Woman Needs by Steve Caresser

Helen White reviewed on June 19, 2012

I would first offer a word of advice to anyone that reads this book. Steve has a unique writing style that comes directly from his heart. It is not what you would, perhaps, call a 'typical' style for this type of book. My advice is even if you read a snapshot and think the language is not to your taste, ignore yourself and carry on reading. You will soon discover that Steve writes as he lives, and there is nothing forced or false about this lovely piece of prose.

The book is well written, in that it is clear, comprehensive, and easy to understand. It is well structured. The chapters of the book reflect different stages or facets of marriage, or indeed any relationship. In fact I would suggest that this book should be read not only by those in a marriage, but by those in any kind of relationship as the guidance offered is practical and adaptable.

The book itself I found very interesting. It is, quite simply, a description of how Steve makes his own marriage work. A marriage which has been long and successful. It is abundantly clear that Steve has a vast amount of love and affection for his wife and children, but I admire him most for admitting that he has made mistakes and has learnt from them. To me that is the mark of a really successful partnership.

I also found what was unspoken as well as spoken interesting in this book. There are references to an accident, and the difficulties that Steve's wife sometimes faces as a result. I have to applaud the author for refusing to make this a sentimental and soppy focus of the book, and instead bringing a practical perspective to how you can make things work in any circumstances.
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)
Susan Perry reviewed on May 28, 2012

Hooray to Steve Caresser!
Finally, a book that proves that men can understand the meaning of love and respect, for their female life partner. This book is a personal account of Steve’s marriage and explained some of the joys and tragedies. It is beautifully written, poetic, flows well and a joy to read. However, it is not full of gush or at all soppy.

This book should be recommended to every man as there are lessons to be learnt, not only if they are married, but for any relationship. I admire Steve for standing up and proving that men can get it right. Mrs Caresser is one very lucky lady.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
Author Irene reviewed on May 19, 2012

I really appreciate this book and the way it's filled with so much love and wisdom. This is a wonderful quide for relationships.
I believe it's helpful for both men and women. The author opened my eyes to several things, he did a wonderful job!
(reviewed 12 days after purchase)
Laura Wright LaRoche reviewed on May 16, 2012

What Every Married Woman Needs, is a Steve Caresser in their life. The author breaks down, in simple steps, how to treat a woman. Everyone who reads and follows these guides, as best as they can, will have a happier marriage and life. The stories of his own marriage of 35 years is very inspirational. I loved this book, and highly recommend it. Even if you think your marriage is everything is should be, please read! You might find this will make it even better. Thank you Mr. Caresser for sharing your views of a happy relationship.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
Collette Scott reviewed on April 1, 2012

A beautifully-written work of heartfelt and genuine advice for both men and women, in my opinion, to apply to their relationships. For one individual to pour as much emotion as he has into this lovely and poetic piece, it comes as little surprise that he has enjoyed over 35 years of marital bliss. This should be required reading for all married couples. All too often we take those closest to us for granted, and Mr. Caresser is very quick to point out the errors of doing that as well as offering tips on what has worked for him. I know I will be sharing this with my entire family.
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)
K.S. Haigwood reviewed on March 16, 2012

I was absolutely in awe at the devotion Steve shows to his wife and children. I solely believe that if every man were this loving, we may just have world peace. lol. Well, maybe I wouldn't go that far, but it would certainly be a better place to live. Some people take for granted, (not only men) that all they have to do is say their vows and their significant other will always be there. True love only grows if both participants are striving for the same goal. You can only be truly have if your one and only love is truly happy, so why not go a little out of your way to make that happen. You can't put a price on the reward you will get.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Lada Ray reviewed on March 13, 2012

This review of Steve Caresser’s book, What Every Married Woman Needs, is based solely on content. In reading this little “manual,” I notice how poetic, understanding and protective the author is towards women. It is reminiscent of the old world chivalry that is all but extinct in today’s USA and of which I am personally a big fan.
A great reminder for our men, this book is a sweet sentiment and the author speaks from the heart. Every woman needs a “Caresser” in her life, no matter how independent and successful she might be.
(reviewed 41 days after purchase)
EC Stilson reviewed on March 5, 2012

Such an amazing book! I recently read it aloud to my friend who has lost her vision. We both loved it. Not only is it truthful and heartfelt, it is helpful too. I'll be recommending this to everyone I know especially my husband ;)
(reviewed 19 days after purchase)
Melanie Adkins reviewed on March 3, 2012

This book is more of a manual for men about how to have a good relationship. It doesn't matter if you are married or in a relationship with someone, the rules in this book still apply. They are thoughtful, compassionate and accurate. It's based on the experiences of the author during his 35 years of marriage. He admits he's dealt with some of the situations himself and learned how to get through them with his marriage stronger and more importantly..intact. Every man should be given this book at puberty to learn before he actually needs the information.

I found this book to be fun, well written and easy to understand. It hit all the spots where men seem to flounder when their relationship experiences problems. Mr. Caresser put a lot of thought into this book and was kind enough to openly share of his own life. I think it really helps to read that someone else was in the boat you find yourself in and the information isn't from someone who has no clue.
(reviewed 16 days after purchase)
Joanna Doster reviewed on Feb. 19, 2012

If there ever was an owner's manual on keeping the flames of passion alive in your marriage, author Steve Caresser seems to be on track! Men who want to be more evolved and learn what it means to be sensitive to a woman's needs can learn a lot from Mr. Caresser's book of grace! I urge you, whether you are a man or a woman, to read his words and learn the finer points of gentle human relations. Thank you, Steve, for sharing your thoughts with us.
(reviewed 10 days after purchase)
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