• Saving Your Marriage

  • How to Love Staying Married: Avoid Divorce Using Proven Techniques (Weddings by Sam Siv, Book 17)
  • By: Sam Siv
  • Narrated by: Angel Clark
  • Length: 1 hr and 5 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 02-12-15
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sam Siv
  • 4 out of 5 stars (14 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Readers will discover the benefits of marriage and how to build and maintain a strong and happy marriage. Readers will also be given valuable tips and suggestions for making their marriage one that is built on the kind of love that really does last forever and will hear from actual couples who are going the distance in their marriages and loving it. Readers will be challenged and encouraged to:

  • Choose a spouse for the right reasons.
  • Be the kind of spouse that is selfless and committed.
  • Establish goals for your marriage.
  • Deal with difficult situations as a team with solidarity in love.
  • Much, much more!

©2015 Sam Siv (P)2015 Sam Siv

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Stress free relationship

What did you love best about Saving Your Marriage?

I like how this book taught me to take care of my own problems which my husband’s always complaining about me. I also love the part when the author told me not to depend too much with my partner. This book was able to help us. We are happier now and stress free.

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Helpful and comforting

Sometimes we don't know where to turn when it's our love that's in danger, but this book lets listeners know that it's okay to need help, and even better to seek out that help. My wife and I listened to this together and it helped us to rediscover our passion to be married. Clark's narration was especially helpful in staying focused on the content.

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  • Dirk Oberste-Berghaus
  • 01-01-17

Pretty lame when it comes to explain why marriage is so pressures?

I did read many couple and relationship help books. This was by far the shortest and most compact one. I liked the 30 day improvement plan. Apart from the book is lacking a bit of good reasons to be and to stay married? It seems more like a beginner guide for people inexperienced with relationships then really diving in the deep and often very complex relationships of people. I would recommend to read Dr David Schnarch intimacy and desire book after this one which actually gives an answer why monogamy is a really rewarding and good system and less because we made a promise in front of god? Anyway I appreciate the effort of the author even you can see and feel he is hanging a bit too much at church days and too less studying the matter of subject which maybe is the right way given relationships are so entirely different and complex. It needs really face to believe all the sacrifices are worth it. Maybe life long partnership needs an upgrade by society in general as it lost its economic pressures and its hard to justify without taking religious beliefs in accountant.