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The Truth About Men: What Men and Women Need to Know by DeVon Franklin

Author, producer and pastor DeVon Franklin writes a groundbreaking book that dishes the real Truth About Men. In this book, Franklin makes the compelling case that men are not dogs but the men share the same struggle with the canines. Franklin uses the metaphor of dogs as they need training. They need to explore why their wrong behavior can lead them to act against their integrity, their vows, and even their character. Franklin writes this book as a manual for how men can change on both personal and societal levels. Franklin provides practical solutions to help men learn how they can resist temptation, how they can practice self-control and how they can truly love. Franklin argues that the same discipline that drives men in their careers needs to be harnessed to their private lives. Franklin is aware and very transparent about the daily challenges that men face as he endeavors his brothers to “Master the Dog” within. DeVon Franklin's newest book The Truth About Men is not only for men but also for female readers who seek to understand how the struggle of men affects them. Franklin offers insights that can help his readers navigate their relationships with men. He also helps his readers to heal from the damage that the men in their lives have inflicted them.

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