In a relationship have you ever felt like you were just getting warmed up, or if you had just one more chance at the foul line, you could win the games, or were just about to throw a touchdown pass, only to realize you had fumbled and lost the ball or fouled out of the game, and shockingly the game was already over. If Relationships Were Like Sports, Men Would Know the Score is an inspiring, fun, and easy-to-read book for both men and women, using interactive games and offering spent terminologies as insightful metaphors for discovering how to play by the same rules, use the same equipment and keep score by one another, to empower the romance and intimacy of the relationship. Anyone who has been on a romantic relationship knows how difficult it can be to sustain the initial passion and excitement as the relationship matures. In one sense, it seems it should be so easy to have the relationship of our dreams, where we are being fully expressed emotionally, physically, and spiritually, yet at times it feels like we are not even on the same playing fields. In relationships, winning occurs when you and your partner are elevated to a higher level of respect, and intimate communication, and playfulness. If you are winning at your partner's expense, the relationship is losing. In this unique, entertaining book discover how to avoid fumbles, errors, and penalties, and learn how to work through slumps developing deeper spiritually committed relationships. Partners learn how to have fun being on the same team and find that scoring a high percentage of foul shots is essential for long lasting passionate relationships.