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Shaunti Feldhahn is the best-selling author of eye-opening, research-based books about men, women and relationships, includingFor Women Only, For Men Only, the groundbreaking The Good News About Marriage,and her newest book, The Kindness Challenge, which is launching a much-needed, national movement of kindness called the 30-Day Kindness Challenge. A Harvard-trained social researcher and popular speaker, her findings are regularly featured in media as diverse as The Today Show, Focus on the Family, and the New York Times. Visit www.shaunti.com for more.Do you want Shaunti to share life-changing truths at your church or event?Inquire about Shaunti speaking, here.


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Why You Need to Start the 30-Day Kindness Challenge TODAY!

By Shaunti Feldhahn on January 16, 2017

Today (January 16, 2017) marks a big day: the launch of the 30-Day Kindness Challenge nationwide! Although you can start it at any time – and will see a marked improvement in your relationships if you do – we encourage…

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Want More Joy in Your Life and Relationships? Follow These Three Simple Steps

By Shaunti Feldhahn on January 10, 2017

Does your mother-in-law make you want to pull your hair out by criticizing every move you make? Maybe your wife doesn’t appreciate all the things you do for your family, or it’s your husband who takes you for granted and…

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Join Me Tonight for a Major Announcement on Facebook Live

By Shaunti Feldhahn on December 20, 2016

MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT TONIGHT AT 8 pm ET VIA FACEBOOK LIVE! You know those days when you are so excited about something, you’ve just gotta tell somebody? That is how I feel about what is going on with the new book…

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4 Ways to Keep your Temper When You Want to Blow

By Shaunti Feldhahn on December 15, 2016

While doing some research for my next book, I realized something important: when we are angry, most of us handle it wrong! Here are four ways to keep ourselves from (forgive the Marvel reference) turning into a big green rage…

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Proof that Church Attendance Matters

By Shaunti Feldhahn on December 8, 2016

I don’t have a lot of pet peeves. But one of the few is when people quote the old urban legend, “Well, you know, the rate of divorce is the same in the church.” Which is one I debunked in…

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3 Ways to Rebuild Family Bridges Over the Holidays

By Shaunti Feldhahn on November 24, 2016

You know those college-football bumper magnets that say “A house divided?” Perhaps she supports University of Michigan, he’s a rabid Michigan State guy. Maybe it’s Alabama vs. Auburn.  Or USC – UCLA. Regardless, the couple has to learn to get…

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Processing after a fight? It’s different for men — here’s why

By Shaunti Feldhahn on November 2, 2016

Dear Shaunti, I feel like my husband is a total avoider. When we get into an argument, all he wants to do is ignore the situation and escape to the TV room. He doesn’t care that we need to talk…

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Why the “Married Sex” Video Makes Me Furious

By Shaunti Feldhahn on October 24, 2016

Recently, someone asked what I think about the “Married Sex During the Week” video posted on Facebook and chortled about on social media.  Have you seen it?  Some women think it’s hysterical. I haven’t found a single man who does.…

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The Canadian Video to America That Made Me Cry – And What We Can Learn From It

By Shaunti Feldhahn on October 19, 2016

Have you heard the joke: How does someone from Canada cheat on a test?  They secretly write on the palm of their hand, “You can do it!” Our neighbors to the north are an unusually open, honest, nice, kind bunch.…

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Wives, see his anger as a legitimate signal of pain – and address it with respect

By Shaunti Feldhahn on October 18, 2016

Every relationship – even the happiest ones! — will have moments of conflict. And how we deal with that conflict can make the relationship stronger…. or really hurt it. Ladies, one of the clearest examples of this is what happens…

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