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The best-selling author duo of Dr. Henry Cloud & Dr. John Townsend come to the aid of listeners who are drowning in a sea of good intentions and misplaced priorities with Rescue Your Love Life. Sure to top the charts of the Relationship/Marriage category, this title shows couples how to ignite their marriage with 50 irresistible attitudes and behaviors.

Beginning with self-examination and setting realistic expectations, the authors explore how couples can nurture and master healthy communication, build trust and enhance the romance in their marriage.

As in their other best-selling literary endeavors, Cloud & Townsend take it a step further as they help couples solve destructive conflicts and offer strategies for avoiding temptation that can destroy God's plan for marriage.

©2008 Henry Cloud; (P)2008 Oasis Audio

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What would have made Rescue Your Love Life better?

This book could have used more case studies and practical day-to-day applications. Although the book started out well, it became a sing-song recitation of a laundry list of "To achieve X, first do y, then do z, etc.." The mountain of "to dos" became so huge that I lost interest and boiled the book down to: "If you want to save your love life, see a therapist". Twenty years ago I might have gone for this presentation, but not today.

Has Rescue Your Love Life turned you off from other books in this genre?

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