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 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. The N.U.T.s become the framework for how you

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 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. The 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. By laying down guidelines 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 companion.

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sbm362 says:

No need to waste time and money on others. So, long story short…I needed some help with stuff going on in my life. I saw this book advertised on artofmanliness.com, found it on here for a reasonable price, ordered it, and read it. The book gave me some good suggestions that I’ve been able to apply to my life and some tools that I’ll be able to use for the rest of my days.I think it’s a pretty strong choice if you are looking for relationship/life advice books geared toward men. It doesn’t take the overbearing stance that…

Dana Willett says:

Big Help for Men; Godsend for Women This book is not intended for women, and doesn’t pretend to be. But boy, will we benefit. I bought it for my husband in a “leave-it-on-the-beside-table-with-a-few-key-sections-conveniently-marked” kind of way . . . Of course I had to read it myself first (the title intrigued me), and what impressed me the most was how much this book was written FOR MEN, really. My husband laughed at the title and opened it right up. And he read it. Pretty quickly. There wasn’t a bunch of pycho-babble or…

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