Pyromaniacs discusses the all too common case of the wife who "earnestly desires" a husband who will lead, and asks the question of whether the wife truly wants a leading husband, or--shudder--whether the real issue is that the husband has rightly perceived that his wife will not follow.
This would explain, in part, why most books about family leadership are written more or less to women, but I'm not quite sure that most of those books really deal with what the Pyro crew is noting here.
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