Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man: What Men Really Think About Love, Relationships, Intimacy, and Commitment

Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man: What Men Really Think About Love, Relationships, Intimacy, and Commitment

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Steve Harvey, the host of the nationally syndicated Steve Harvey Morning Show, can’t count the number of impressive women he’s met over the years, whether it’s through the “Strawberry Letters” segment of his program or while on tour for his comedy shows. These are women who can run a small business, keep a household with three kids in tiptop shape, and chair a church group all at the same time. Yet when it comes to relationships, they can’t figure out what makes men tick. Why? According to Steve it’s because they’re asking other women for advice when no one but another man can tell them how to find and keep a man. In Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, Steve lets women inside the mindset of a man and sheds lights on concepts and questions such as:

—The Ninety Day Rule: Ford requires it of its employees. Should you require it of your man?

—How to spot a mama’s boy and what if anything you can do about it.

—When to introduce the kids. And what to read into the first interaction between your date and your kids.

—The five questions every woman should ask a man to determine how serious he is.

— And more…

Sometimes funny, sometimes direct, but always truthful, Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man is a book you must read if you want to understand how men think when it comes to relationships.

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The High Conflict Couple: A Dialectical Behavior Therapy Guide to Finding Peace, Intimacy, & Validation

The High Conflict Couple: A Dialectical Behavior Therapy Guide to Finding Peace, Intimacy, & Validation

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Some couples need more than just the run-of-the-mill relationship advice to solve their problems in love. When out-of-control emotions are the root cause of problems in a relationship, no amount of effective communication or intimacy building will fix what ails it. What these “high-conflict” couples need is help regulating the emotions that provoke the “escape or win” mode of interaction that has come to define them.

In this book, a noted expert in the use of dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) in couples’ therapy adapts this powerful set of emotion regulation tools. Using mindfulness and distress tolerance techniques, you’ll learn how to deescalate conflict situations before they have a chance to flare into serious fights. Other techniques help partners in a relationship disclose their personal fears and vulnerabilities and validate one another’s experiences. Ultimately, you’ll learn how to manage problems with negotiation, not conflict, and how to find true acceptance and closeness with your partner.

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All is Quiet on the Domestic Front: a look at intimacy and dwelling (1999)

All is Quiet on the Domestic Front: a look at intimacy and dwelling (1999)
art of approaching
Image by Renée Turner
All Is Quiet on the Domestic Front: a look at intimacy and dwelling was a daylong seminar on the home. The speakers explored various perceptions and theorisings on the home, the private, and the intimate. Ine Gevers began by critically questioning who may be excluded from conventional or traditional notions of the home. Her thesis focused on the significance of listening to those who reside outside the borders of inclusion, the mad, the disabled, and those without residence. Polly Gould gave a lecture and performance on “matter in and out of place”. She examined the social taboos around bodily secretions, specifically breast milk and touched upon the blurred and at times contradictory distinctions society makes between the public and private, the sightly and unsightly. Riek Sijbring, taking an art historical approach, looked at still life painting and the ways ‘the feminine’ was represented through the depiction of floral arrangements within an interior space. Finally, Apolonija Sustersic compared and contrasted the Modernist high architectural visions of Le Corbusier with the illegal self-built and at times provisional dwellings in Slovenia. At the end of the day there was a discussion among the guest lecturers and the audience. One of the over arching themes emerging was the necessity to look beyond the spatial qualities of the home and acknowledge its socially constructed borders.

Speakers
Riek Sijbring is an artist and writer living in Amsterdam. She studied art at the Rijksakademie and has received a Laureate in Theory from the Jan van Eyck Akademie. She has exhibited in various spaces such as the Veemvloer and the Bonnefanten Museum. In 1997 she published an essay in Issues 4 entitled “Mute Thought: an account of my encounter with the French philosopher Maurice Merleau Ponty”. She is a core initiator of Stichting de Geuzen.(link: to Riek’s text)

Polly Gould is an English artist and writer living in Maastricht. She studied art at St. Martins and is currently working on a Laureate in Theory at the Jan van Eyck Akademie. She has shown work at Digital ’96 and W139.(link: to Polly’s text)

Ine Gevers is a Dutch curator and writer living in Utrecht. She teaches in the Department of Theory at the Jan van Eyck Akademie and has organised symposia there such as “Place, Position, Presentation, Public”. She has co-curated with Jeanne van Heeswijk the exhibition, “I + the Other, Art and the Human Condition”. (link to Ine’s text)

Apolonija Sustersic is a Slovenian architect and artist living in Ljubljana and Amsterdam. She has a degree in architecture from the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia and has done post-graduate studies in art at the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam. She was included in the Triennial of Contemporary Slovenian Art at the Museum of Modern Art in Slovenia and Manifesta 2.

The Reader
Annie Toop in collaboration with De Geuzen.

Annie Toop is an English artist living in Amsterdam. She studied art at both The Ruskin School of Fine Art at Oxford University and the Rijksakademie. She has exhibited at the I.C.A. London, W139 and has had works published in Mute-Digital Arts Magazine.

All is Quiet on the Domestic Front: a look at intimacy and dwelling (1999)

All is Quiet on the Domestic Front: a look at intimacy and dwelling (1999)
art of approaching
Image by Renée Turner
All Is Quiet on the Domestic Front: a look at intimacy and dwelling was a daylong seminar on the home. The speakers explored various perceptions and theorisings on the home, the private, and the intimate. Ine Gevers began by critically questioning who may be excluded from conventional or traditional notions of the home. Her thesis focused on the significance of listening to those who reside outside the borders of inclusion, the mad, the disabled, and those without residence. Polly Gould gave a lecture and performance on “matter in and out of place”. She examined the social taboos around bodily secretions, specifically breast milk and touched upon the blurred and at times contradictory distinctions society makes between the public and private, the sightly and unsightly. Riek Sijbring, taking an art historical approach, looked at still life painting and the ways ‘the feminine’ was represented through the depiction of floral arrangements within an interior space. Finally, Apolonija Sustersic compared and contrasted the Modernist high architectural visions of Le Corbusier with the illegal self-built and at times provisional dwellings in Slovenia. At the end of the day there was a discussion among the guest lecturers and the audience. One of the over arching themes emerging was the necessity to look beyond the spatial qualities of the home and acknowledge its socially constructed borders.

Speakers
Riek Sijbring is an artist and writer living in Amsterdam. She studied art at the Rijksakademie and has received a Laureate in Theory from the Jan van Eyck Akademie. She has exhibited in various spaces such as the Veemvloer and the Bonnefanten Museum. In 1997 she published an essay in Issues 4 entitled “Mute Thought: an account of my encounter with the French philosopher Maurice Merleau Ponty”. She is a core initiator of Stichting de Geuzen.(link: to Riek’s text)

Polly Gould is an English artist and writer living in Maastricht. She studied art at St. Martins and is currently working on a Laureate in Theory at the Jan van Eyck Akademie. She has shown work at Digital ’96 and W139.(link: to Polly’s text)

Ine Gevers is a Dutch curator and writer living in Utrecht. She teaches in the Department of Theory at the Jan van Eyck Akademie and has organised symposia there such as “Place, Position, Presentation, Public”. She has co-curated with Jeanne van Heeswijk the exhibition, “I + the Other, Art and the Human Condition”. (link to Ine’s text)

Apolonija Sustersic is a Slovenian architect and artist living in Ljubljana and Amsterdam. She has a degree in architecture from the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia and has done post-graduate studies in art at the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam. She was included in the Triennial of Contemporary Slovenian Art at the Museum of Modern Art in Slovenia and Manifesta 2.

The Reader
Annie Toop in collaboration with De Geuzen.

Annie Toop is an English artist living in Amsterdam. She studied art at both The Ruskin School of Fine Art at Oxford University and the Rijksakademie. She has exhibited at the I.C.A. London, W139 and has had works published in Mute-Digital Arts Magazine.

Reader: All is Quiet on the Domestic Front: a look at intimacy and dwelling (1998)

Reader: All is Quiet on the Domestic Front: a look at intimacy and dwelling (1998)
art of approaching
Image by Renée Turner
The reader was designed by artist Annie Toop

All Is Quiet on the Domestic Front: a look at intimacy and dwelling was a daylong seminar on the home. The speakers explored various perceptions and theorisings on the home, the private, and the intimate. Ine Gevers began by critically questioning who may be excluded from conventional or traditional notions of the home. Her thesis focused on the significance of listening to those who reside outside the borders of inclusion, the mad, the disabled, and those without residence. Polly Gould gave a lecture and performance on “matter in and out of place”. She examined the social taboos around bodily secretions, specifically breast milk and touched upon the blurred and at times contradictory distinctions society makes between the public and private, the sightly and unsightly. Riek Sijbring, taking an art historical approach, looked at still life painting and the ways ‘the feminine’ was represented through the depiction of floral arrangements within an interior space. Finally, Apolonija Sustersic compared and contrasted the Modernist high architectural visions of Le Corbusier with the illegal self-built and at times provisional dwellings in Slovenia. At the end of the day there was a discussion among the guest lecturers and the audience. One of the over arching themes emerging was the necessity to look beyond the spatial qualities of the home and acknowledge its socially constructed borders.

Speakers
Riek Sijbring is an artist and writer living in Amsterdam. She studied art at the Rijksakademie and has received a Laureate in Theory from the Jan van Eyck Akademie. She has exhibited in various spaces such as the Veemvloer and the Bonnefanten Museum. In 1997 she published an essay in Issues 4 entitled “Mute Thought: an account of my encounter with the French philosopher Maurice Merleau Ponty”. She is a core initiator of Stichting de Geuzen.(link: to Riek’s text)

Polly Gould is an English artist and writer living in Maastricht. She studied art at St. Martins and is currently working on a Laureate in Theory at the Jan van Eyck Akademie. She has shown work at Digital ’96 and W139.(link: to Polly’s text)

Ine Gevers is a Dutch curator and writer living in Utrecht. She teaches in the Department of Theory at the Jan van Eyck Akademie and has organised symposia there such as “Place, Position, Presentation, Public”. She has co-curated with Jeanne van Heeswijk the exhibition, “I + the Other, Art and the Human Condition”. (link to Ine’s text)

Apolonija Sustersic is a Slovenian architect and artist living in Ljubljana and Amsterdam. She has a degree in architecture from the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia and has done post-graduate studies in art at the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam. She was included in the Triennial of Contemporary Slovenian Art at the Museum of Modern Art in Slovenia and Manifesta 2.

The Reader
Annie Toop in collaboration with De Geuzen.

Annie Toop is an English artist living in Amsterdam. She studied art at both The Ruskin School of Fine Art at Oxford University and the Rijksakademie. She has exhibited at the I.C.A. London, W139 and has had works published in Mute-Digital Arts Magazine.

Devotions For Dating Couples: Building A Foundation For Spiritual Intimacy

Devotions For Dating Couples: Building A Foundation For Spiritual Intimacy

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Today, there is a great deal of emphasis on the mystical and intangible nature of relationships but very little emphasis on the real, practical steps involved in building an enduring love. In contrast, authors Ben Young and Sam Adams place great importance on the value of spiritual compatibility in Devotions for Dating Couples.

Designed especially for highly committed or engaged couples, it helps readers:

  • Understand and avoid the most common barriers to spiritual growth
  • Have an increased desire for fellowship with God
  • Share and explore spiritual issues together
  • Pursue godliness, personal relational health, and wholeness
  • Each of the nine sections includes Scripture quotations, suggested meditation passages, and discussion questions, as well as anecdotes from real people including the authors. Intended as an eight-week study, weekday devotions are to be completed by both individuals, and each weekend study is to be completed together as a couple.

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    All is Quiet on the Domestic Front: a look at intimacy and dwelling (1999)

    All is Quiet on the Domestic Front: a look at intimacy and dwelling (1999)
    art of approaching
    Image by Renée Turner
    Postcards and take home quotes by artist Annie Toop

    All Is Quiet on the Domestic Front: a look at intimacy and dwelling was a daylong seminar on the home. The speakers explored various perceptions and theorisings on the home, the private, and the intimate. Ine Gevers began by critically questioning who may be excluded from conventional or traditional notions of the home. Her thesis focused on the significance of listening to those who reside outside the borders of inclusion, the mad, the disabled, and those without residence. Polly Gould gave a lecture and performance on “matter in and out of place”. She examined the social taboos around bodily secretions, specifically breast milk and touched upon the blurred and at times contradictory distinctions society makes between the public and private, the sightly and unsightly. Riek Sijbring, taking an art historical approach, looked at still life painting and the ways ‘the feminine’ was represented through the depiction of floral arrangements within an interior space. Finally, Apolonija Sustersic compared and contrasted the Modernist high architectural visions of Le Corbusier with the illegal self-built and at times provisional dwellings in Slovenia. At the end of the day there was a discussion among the guest lecturers and the audience. One of the over arching themes emerging was the necessity to look beyond the spatial qualities of the home and acknowledge its socially constructed borders.

    Speakers
    Riek Sijbring is an artist and writer living in Amsterdam. She studied art at the Rijksakademie and has received a Laureate in Theory from the Jan van Eyck Akademie. She has exhibited in various spaces such as the Veemvloer and the Bonnefanten Museum. In 1997 she published an essay in Issues 4 entitled “Mute Thought: an account of my encounter with the French philosopher Maurice Merleau Ponty”. She is a core initiator of Stichting de Geuzen.(link: to Riek’s text)

    Polly Gould is an English artist and writer living in Maastricht. She studied art at St. Martins and is currently working on a Laureate in Theory at the Jan van Eyck Akademie. She has shown work at Digital ’96 and W139.(link: to Polly’s text)

    Ine Gevers is a Dutch curator and writer living in Utrecht. She teaches in the Department of Theory at the Jan van Eyck Akademie and has organised symposia there such as “Place, Position, Presentation, Public”. She has co-curated with Jeanne van Heeswijk the exhibition, “I + the Other, Art and the Human Condition”. (link to Ine’s text)

    Apolonija Sustersic is a Slovenian architect and artist living in Ljubljana and Amsterdam. She has a degree in architecture from the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia and has done post-graduate studies in art at the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam. She was included in the Triennial of Contemporary Slovenian Art at the Museum of Modern Art in Slovenia and Manifesta 2.

    The Reader
    Annie Toop in collaboration with De Geuzen.

    Annie Toop is an English artist living in Amsterdam. She studied art at both The Ruskin School of Fine Art at Oxford University and the Rijksakademie. She has exhibited at the I.C.A. London, W139 and has had works published in Mute-Digital Arts Magazine.

    All is Quiet on the Domestic Front: a look at intimacy and dwelling (1999)

    All is Quiet on the Domestic Front: a look at intimacy and dwelling (1999)
    art of approaching
    Image by Renée Turner
    All Is Quiet on the Domestic Front: a look at intimacy and dwelling was a daylong seminar on the home. The speakers explored various perceptions and theorisings on the home, the private, and the intimate. Ine Gevers began by critically questioning who may be excluded from conventional or traditional notions of the home. Her thesis focused on the significance of listening to those who reside outside the borders of inclusion, the mad, the disabled, and those without residence. Polly Gould gave a lecture and performance on “matter in and out of place”. She examined the social taboos around bodily secretions, specifically breast milk and touched upon the blurred and at times contradictory distinctions society makes between the public and private, the sightly and unsightly. Riek Sijbring, taking an art historical approach, looked at still life painting and the ways ‘the feminine’ was represented through the depiction of floral arrangements within an interior space. Finally, Apolonija Sustersic compared and contrasted the Modernist high architectural visions of Le Corbusier with the illegal self-built and at times provisional dwellings in Slovenia. At the end of the day there was a discussion among the guest lecturers and the audience. One of the over arching themes emerging was the necessity to look beyond the spatial qualities of the home and acknowledge its socially constructed borders.

    Speakers
    Riek Sijbring is an artist and writer living in Amsterdam. She studied art at the Rijksakademie and has received a Laureate in Theory from the Jan van Eyck Akademie. She has exhibited in various spaces such as the Veemvloer and the Bonnefanten Museum. In 1997 she published an essay in Issues 4 entitled “Mute Thought: an account of my encounter with the French philosopher Maurice Merleau Ponty”. She is a core initiator of Stichting de Geuzen.(link: to Riek’s text)

    Polly Gould is an English artist and writer living in Maastricht. She studied art at St. Martins and is currently working on a Laureate in Theory at the Jan van Eyck Akademie. She has shown work at Digital ’96 and W139.(link: to Polly’s text)

    Ine Gevers is a Dutch curator and writer living in Utrecht. She teaches in the Department of Theory at the Jan van Eyck Akademie and has organised symposia there such as “Place, Position, Presentation, Public”. She has co-curated with Jeanne van Heeswijk the exhibition, “I + the Other, Art and the Human Condition”. (link to Ine’s text)

    Apolonija Sustersic is a Slovenian architect and artist living in Ljubljana and Amsterdam. She has a degree in architecture from the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia and has done post-graduate studies in art at the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam. She was included in the Triennial of Contemporary Slovenian Art at the Museum of Modern Art in Slovenia and Manifesta 2.

    The Reader
    Annie Toop in collaboration with De Geuzen.

    Annie Toop is an English artist living in Amsterdam. She studied art at both The Ruskin School of Fine Art at Oxford University and the Rijksakademie. She has exhibited at the I.C.A. London, W139 and has had works published in Mute-Digital Arts Magazine.

    All is Quiet on the Domestic Front: a look at intimacy and dwelling (1999)

    All is Quiet on the Domestic Front: a look at intimacy and dwelling (1999)
    art of approaching
    Image by Renée Turner
    The reader was designed by artist Annie Toop

    All Is Quiet on the Domestic Front: a look at intimacy and dwelling was a daylong seminar on the home. The speakers explored various perceptions and theorisings on the home, the private, and the intimate. Ine Gevers began by critically questioning who may be excluded from conventional or traditional notions of the home. Her thesis focused on the significance of listening to those who reside outside the borders of inclusion, the mad, the disabled, and those without residence. Polly Gould gave a lecture and performance on “matter in and out of place”. She examined the social taboos around bodily secretions, specifically breast milk and touched upon the blurred and at times contradictory distinctions society makes between the public and private, the sightly and unsightly. Riek Sijbring, taking an art historical approach, looked at still life painting and the ways ‘the feminine’ was represented through the depiction of floral arrangements within an interior space. Finally, Apolonija Sustersic compared and contrasted the Modernist high architectural visions of Le Corbusier with the illegal self-built and at times provisional dwellings in Slovenia. At the end of the day there was a discussion among the guest lecturers and the audience. One of the over arching themes emerging was the necessity to look beyond the spatial qualities of the home and acknowledge its socially constructed borders.

    Speakers
    Riek Sijbring is an artist and writer living in Amsterdam. She studied art at the Rijksakademie and has received a Laureate in Theory from the Jan van Eyck Akademie. She has exhibited in various spaces such as the Veemvloer and the Bonnefanten Museum. In 1997 she published an essay in Issues 4 entitled “Mute Thought: an account of my encounter with the French philosopher Maurice Merleau Ponty”. She is a core initiator of Stichting de Geuzen.(link: to Riek’s text)

    Polly Gould is an English artist and writer living in Maastricht. She studied art at St. Martins and is currently working on a Laureate in Theory at the Jan van Eyck Akademie. She has shown work at Digital ’96 and W139.(link: to Polly’s text)

    Ine Gevers is a Dutch curator and writer living in Utrecht. She teaches in the Department of Theory at the Jan van Eyck Akademie and has organised symposia there such as “Place, Position, Presentation, Public”. She has co-curated with Jeanne van Heeswijk the exhibition, “I + the Other, Art and the Human Condition”. (link to Ine’s text)

    Apolonija Sustersic is a Slovenian architect and artist living in Ljubljana and Amsterdam. She has a degree in architecture from the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia and has done post-graduate studies in art at the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam. She was included in the Triennial of Contemporary Slovenian Art at the Museum of Modern Art in Slovenia and Manifesta 2.

    The Reader
    Annie Toop in collaboration with De Geuzen.

    Annie Toop is an English artist living in Amsterdam. She studied art at both The Ruskin School of Fine Art at Oxford University and the Rijksakademie. She has exhibited at the I.C.A. London, W139 and has had works published in Mute-Digital Arts Magazine.

    All is Quiet on the Domestic Front: a look at intimacy and dwelling (1999)

    All is Quiet on the Domestic Front: a look at intimacy and dwelling (1999)
    art of approaching
    Image by Renée Turner
    Invitation

    All Is Quiet on the Domestic Front: a look at intimacy and dwelling was a daylong seminar on the home. The speakers explored various perceptions and theorisings on the home, the private, and the intimate. Ine Gevers began by critically questioning who may be excluded from conventional or traditional notions of the home. Her thesis focused on the significance of listening to those who reside outside the borders of inclusion, the mad, the disabled, and those without residence. Polly Gould gave a lecture and performance on “matter in and out of place”. She examined the social taboos around bodily secretions, specifically breast milk and touched upon the blurred and at times contradictory distinctions society makes between the public and private, the sightly and unsightly. Riek Sijbring, taking an art historical approach, looked at still life painting and the ways ‘the feminine’ was represented through the depiction of floral arrangements within an interior space. Finally, Apolonija Sustersic compared and contrasted the Modernist high architectural visions of Le Corbusier with the illegal self-built and at times provisional dwellings in Slovenia. At the end of the day there was a discussion among the guest lecturers and the audience. One of the over arching themes emerging was the necessity to look beyond the spatial qualities of the home and acknowledge its socially constructed borders.

    Speakers
    Riek Sijbring is an artist and writer living in Amsterdam. She studied art at the Rijksakademie and has received a Laureate in Theory from the Jan van Eyck Akademie. She has exhibited in various spaces such as the Veemvloer and the Bonnefanten Museum. In 1997 she published an essay in Issues 4 entitled “Mute Thought: an account of my encounter with the French philosopher Maurice Merleau Ponty”. She is a core initiator of Stichting de Geuzen.(link: to Riek’s text)

    Polly Gould is an English artist and writer living in Maastricht. She studied art at St. Martins and is currently working on a Laureate in Theory at the Jan van Eyck Akademie. She has shown work at Digital ’96 and W139.(link: to Polly’s text)

    Ine Gevers is a Dutch curator and writer living in Utrecht. She teaches in the Department of Theory at the Jan van Eyck Akademie and has organised symposia there such as “Place, Position, Presentation, Public”. She has co-curated with Jeanne van Heeswijk the exhibition, “I + the Other, Art and the Human Condition”. (link to Ine’s text)

    Apolonija Sustersic is a Slovenian architect and artist living in Ljubljana and Amsterdam. She has a degree in architecture from the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia and has done post-graduate studies in art at the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam. She was included in the Triennial of Contemporary Slovenian Art at the Museum of Modern Art in Slovenia and Manifesta 2.

    The Reader
    Annie Toop in collaboration with De Geuzen.

    Annie Toop is an English artist living in Amsterdam. She studied art at both The Ruskin School of Fine Art at Oxford University and the Rijksakademie. She has exhibited at the I.C.A. London, W139 and has had works published in Mute-Digital Arts Magazine.