The Marriage You've Always Dreamed Of

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Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., Jan 1, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 234 pages
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The Marriage You've Always Dreamed Of offers couples usable, practical tools that, when applied, will help them break away from discouraging patterns and significantly increase the level of satisfaction in their marriages. Often, in an attempt to get one to do what the other wants, couples play on each other's core fears, which results in responses that injure the relationship. Greg Smalley helps couples identify their repetitive negative patterns of relating, which he calls the “fear dance.” His profound relationship insight is taught through helpful lessons about honor, respect, and caregiving.
  

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Contents

Marriage 911
1
LIVING WELL IN GOSHEN
11
PART 2GETTING STUCK IN EGYPT
33
PART 3BREAKING THE RHYTHM OFTHE DANCE
81
Resolving Conflict through
165
PART 4ENTERING THE PROMISED LAND
189
Identifying Your Fear Dance
219
Notes
231
About the Smalley Marriage Institute
239
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Dr. Greg Smalley graduated with his doctorate degree in clinical psychology from Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University in Southern California. He also holds master's degrees in counseling psychology (Denver Seminary) and clinical psychology (Rosemead). Dr. Smalley is the director of research and development at Smalley Relationship Center in Branson, Missouri. He lives in Ozark, Missouri with his wife, Erin, and their two daughters, Taylor and Madalyn.

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