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Publisher's Summary

Being a man is a full-time job, especially when you're married or in a relationship. Hold On to Your N.U.T.s-The Relationship Manual for Men can help build a life that fulfills both you and your partner by showing you how to confirm the ideas and causes you support - your Non-negotiable, Unalterable Terms.
Your N.U.T.s become the framework for how you conduct your relationships, whether you're committed to spending more one-on-one time with your kids or not hiding out at the office to avoid problems with your wife. With the help of the eight BetterMen Tools, and by establishing guidelines for yourself of what's right and wrong, what you like and dislike, you will learn to silence the "little boy" inside and become a strong, self-assured man who is focused on creating the best life possible for you and your family.
Author Wayne M. Levine is a life coach for men and director of BetterMen Coaching. Wayne coaches men of all ages to be the best men, fathers, husbands, and leaders they can be through individual and group coaching (in person and via phone) and at the BetterMen Retreats.
Learn more at BetterMenCoaching.com.
©2007 Wayne M. Levine (P)2012 Wayne M. Levine
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By Jim S. on 10-08-13

Worth listening to

Would you try another book from Wayne M. Levine and/or Wayne M. Levine?

Yes, I would give it a try. It got annoying with the constant use of the acronym NUTS. The book has some good ideas. But sometimes I wonder when I read a book like this "What is the womans role in the relationship?" You could almost boil down the book to "Kiss her butt and do anything and everything for her and hope she is happy".

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By Jerry Fletcher on 03-11-13

Boring & nothing new

After about 2 hours I just couldn't take any more. He loves to use his phrase "your nuts" and doesn't go more than about a minute or two saying "your nuts this" or "your nuts that." It becomes very annoying and distracting. We all KNOW that he is playing with he own double-entendre when he says "protect your nuts" or "don't let go of your nuts" or "trust your nuts". It's clever, I guess. But after hearing him say some clever variation of what he obviously is trying to make his own coined term, 500 times in a couple hours I get the impression he is more focused on marketing and self-promotion than actually helping men "who don't have any nuts" or "who gave their nuts to their wives". In fact, I am very convinced that that is exactly his goal in writing this book. He came up with the title FIRST, figured it would be his ticket to fame
And fortune, and Phil and Dr Oz, so he wrote a bunch of pablum to create a book. I'm likely asking Audible to take it back so I can use my credit on a real self-help book.

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