Is the Idea of Staying in Love Forever Realistic?
Record high divorce rates, temptation, apathy, conflict - there are so many reasons why people fall out of love and marriages end.
Let’s face it, the idea of marriage is intimidating. We’re no longer used to committing to anything for the long term - let alone for the rest of our lives. These days we get new mobile phones every two years, and our idea of fixing something is throwing it away and buying a new one. How can we expect to love one person indefinitely?
This is a real problem.
Sure, it’s easy to be in love on the wedding day, but how does that feeling last?
Falling out of love is a legitimate concern. We’re always evolving and changing our likes and dislikes, how can we make sure not to fall out of love with the person we choose to marry?
The secret is that marriage and love both need to be actively worked on - they don’t maintain themselves.
This book guides you through a practical way to get over the fear of falling out of love with your spouse.
What This Book Can Do For You
Relationships are hard work. But you can build a strong and healthy relationship with your spouse. This book will teach you how.
This book begins by exploring why you feel this way. Is it something that happened in previous relationships or something from childhood? Know the root cause and then lean to manage this fear.
Next, the main part of the book discusses healthy communication, and the respect, consideration, and commitment you need to show to your spouse in order to have a strong relationship.
The audiobook ends with practical advice - like making a financial plan that works for you and your spouse, as well as explaining the growth mindset for a relationship - which is a commitment to work on the relationship for the long run.
Narrator - well spoken and easy to listen to
Advice - eye opening, well thought out arguments that certainly will help blossom seemingly anyone starting out in a marriage, in trouble in their relationship, or just willing to learn.
Great read, great advice. Highly recommended short self-help book.