“My husband and I can’t seem to agree on anything.” “You spent how much?” “My wife’s parents are driving me crazy!” “You never listen to me!”
Let’s face it—even the best of marriages hit an occasional bump in the road now and then. The secret to marital bliss lies in how you and your spouse handle those bumps. In Happily Ever After, Dr. Gary Chapman, the man who wrote on how husbands and wives can effectively love one another, shows couples how to successfully navigate the six most common problems they face: fighting fair, negotiating change, managing money, raising kids, maintaining a healthy sex life, and getting along with in-laws. Drawing on more than 30 years of counseling experience, Dr. Chapman provides real-world examples and practical, battle-tested advice that will help you and your spouse better understand and communicate with each other...and grow as a couple for years to come.
©2011 Gary Chapman (P)2011 Oasis
I learned so much from this. My fiance said I have changed a lot since listening, and her love for me is so much greater. I'm grateful for the tools and techniques that have given me what I need to communicate with and love my fiance well.
Granted, there's some solid content in here, but if you don't want to read a book that sounds like you're getting marriage advice from a Christian minister, this book is not for you. So many references to praying to God, the Bible, faith, church, etc. If those things sound annoying to you, as they were for me, don't get this book. The description really needs to indicate this is a faith based book.
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