The seven ways are each given their own chapters, with information and examples to explain each idea. Among the ideas that are explored are "Don't say everything you think" and "Put your pride aside." I really liked the way the author presented his ideas with reasons to back them up. For instance, he gives examples of situations in which the first temptation might be to say something which will be hurtful, or cause tensions to rise and how things like this might be better handled. Of course, it's easy to sit and read (and plan to act on) advice like this when not in the heat of the moment! Still, I think the ideas about being more thoughtful in our interactions is good advice.
Many of the chapters have a "B" section following. These sections deal with what to do when you (as the husband) feel that you are not the one with the problem that was discussed in the previous chapter. Sometimes, while not in the wrong, the way of dealing with character flaws in your spouse in such a way that won't exacerbate the situation. I enjoyed the way the book attempted to give men concrete ways to be more "heroic" to their wives, but also gave reasons as to why these actions will also be helpful to the men themselves in the long run.
Disclaimer: I received a copy of 7 Ways to Be Her Hero from BookLook Bloggers in exchange for this review