Making right turns in your relationship
Whether dating or married, we want to feel valued, respected and appreciated. Lewis shows how to accomplish these using clear-cut guidelines for building and maintaining healthy long-term relationships. He clarifies basic rules and skills that allows relationships to be successful and helps individuals and couples identify personal action plans. Each chapter identifies easy-to-follow steps for creating change, enhancing intimacy and strengthening communication.
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Marriage: from Surviving to Thriving: Practical Advice on Making Your ...
Charles R. Swindoll
No preview available - 2008
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