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Publisher's Summary

Gary Chapman shares seven principles to encourage those struggling with in-law relationships, which affects spousal relationships. If these principles are woven into daily life, the reward will be a strengthened and mutually beneficial in-law relationship.

©2009 Gary Chapman (P)2011 Oasis

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Very biblical

Message was good but it was too biblical for my taste. “I” statements is the best thing I took away from this one.

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Only For Bad Relationships

This books was nice to listen to & had some great information but wasn't helpful for me. This book is really only for people who have bad in-law relationships. I have great in-laws but was just looking to have a closer friendship. This book isn't helpful for that, though it's a great book.

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helpful but...

Helpful but seems geared more to newly married couples. So if you are looking for answers after years of developing problems have come to a head, it may not be all you need.