Why Naked Women Look So Good: Understanding and Meeting a Woman’s Deepest Needs (by Bill Perkins) is presented by Made for Success. This standalone audiobook app combines a professional audio recording with supplemental features for download-once, grab-and-go anywhere enjoyment.
Why Naked Women Look So Good uses the reasons why men find a naked woman attractive as the means for identifying and fulfilling the needs of women as a way to deepen relationships and make them more satisfying for both partners.
The magnetism a man feels when he sees a woman’s body, that sensual urge, the surge of adrenaline, dopamine, and endorphins, isn’t only given for a man’s gratification, but to be channeled by a man to love his wife.
In this ground-breaking audiobook, Bill Perkins identifies eight reasons why men are attracted to a woman’s beauty. But he goes much further. Each answer to the question, why do naked women look so good, also reveals a woman’s fundamental need and helps a man know how to meet that need.
Bill Perkins’ wit, stories, and penetrating insights make him a sought-after speaker by corporate and Christian groups. He has conducted business and leadership seminars across the country for Christian groups and companies such as Domino’s Pizza and Alaska Airlines. He has appeared on nationally broadcast radio and television shows, including The O’Reilly Factor. A bestselling author, his books include When Good Men Are Tempted and Awaken the Leader Within. He and his wife live in West Linn, Oregon.
When he told people the title of his book, some feared it would be too explicit or deal with seeking nude women outside of marriage. He writes, "I heard you and kept the title but put a female stick figure wearing red boots on the cover with this subtitle: Understanding and Meeting a Woman’s Deepest Needs. To make the book even better, a designer friend, Robert Falcone, drew 33 stick figure images that are placed throughout the book to illustrate the point being made."
DURATION: about a 2 hour narration
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