Just Married

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Harvest House Publishers, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 211 pages
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Just Married walks twentysomethings through their first years of marriage, exploring issues every newlywed faces, including communication, conflict resolution, and forgiveness. Just Married also tackles one of the biggest challenges for newlyweds—establishing their relationships with God both as individuals and as a married couple.

Points to ponder, reflections, and stories from Margaret’s own new marriage as well as from other newly married men and women are included in chapters such as

  • And Two Checkbooks Shall Become One?
  • Oh, Baby—This Is Going to Change Our Life!
  • Mirror, Mirror on the Wall—What Marriage Reveals About You

This fun, practical guide—suitable for couples or groups—will help readers adjust to married life and strengthen their spiritual lives at the same time.

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Review: Just Married: What Might Surprise You About the First Few Years

User Review  - Thiofhitshithu Rabali - Goodreads

read it before getting married and brings down to earth and makes one to be realistic about marriage Read full review

Review: Just Married: What Might Surprise You About the First Few Years

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quick, easy read...covers some subjects that are "uncommon" to most marriage books! Read full review

Contents

The Wonder Years
7
One More Time Please Why Do Opposites
21
Mirror Mirror on the WallWhat Marriage
35
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Margaret Feinberg is an award-winning journalist, speaker, and writer. She is the author of Simple Acts of Faith, Simple Acts of Friendship, Twentysomething, and God Whispers

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