The DNA of Relationships for Couples

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Tyndale House Publishers, Jan 30, 2006 - Family & Relationships - 378 pages
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This book shows readers who are struggling in their marriage the steps to take to strengthen and rebuild their marriage relationship. The practical solutions are built on the basic steps that are explained in The DNA of Relationships.Smalley uses fictional couples (based on real client experience) who are grappling with real-life problems ranging from work and family priority balance issues to extramarital affairs. Through the telling of the stories of real couples going through the step-by-step counseling process, the book provides a tool to help both partners identify destructive relationship habits and explains how to begin the rebuilding process.

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Book arrived quickly. Authors involve the reader as if one of the participants in their seminars. Good explanation and insight interjected by seminar leaders as each story of the couples participating unfolds. Written in story form and easy to read. Read full review

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I was so encouraged, challenged, and informed and drawn in as I read this incredible tool of hope for marriage. My husband and I read it recently together at a time when our marriage was under the ... Read full review

About the author (2006)

Greg Smalley tiene pasion por ayudar a parejas prematrimoniales y ya casadas a que aprendan a disfrutar de toda la vida juntos. El Dr. Smalley es director de ministerios para matrimonios del Centro de Enriquecimiento para las Relaciones de la Universidad John Brown y profesor asistente en estudios sobre el matrimonio y la familia.

Greg Smalley has a passion to help premarital and married couples learn how to enjoy a lifetime together. Dr. Smalley is the director of Marriage Ministries for the Center for Relationship Enrichment on the campus of John Brown University, and assistant professor of marriage and family studies.

Robert S. Paul is professor emeritus of ecclesiastical history and Christian thought at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Austin, Texas.