The Best Possible Wedding Gift

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Trafford Publishing, Sep 9, 2004 - Family & Relationships
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Our culture encourages couples to make elaborate preparations for their wedding day, and yet so little thought is given to a life of marriage. This book - The Best Possible Wedding Gift - focuses on what follows the wedding day - the life of marriage. The authors define marriage as a coming together of two emotionally committed people, dedicated to each other's personal and spiritual growth in ways that create a deepened intimacy, where both partners feel deeply loved and fully valued. The information presented in the book is of equal value to singles who may be contemplating a romantic partnership. This book is also ideal for those who have walked love's path and been disillusioned. In this comprehensive explanation of what marriage can be, the authors share what they have learned about awakened partnership and its capacity to transform relationship into authentic shared living that embraces the deepest levels of both intimacy and romance. This book will prepare you to embrace the mystery of love, entertain its changing nature with awareness and skill, bask in its joy, laughter and tears and share its sweet nectar with your lover. It points out the markers and signposts others have graciously left along love's often unpredictable, but well-trodden path The book presents marriage as a possible accelerated path to personal growth, fulfillment and happiness. No other relationship has quite the same power to transform lives. In The Best Possible Wedding Gift, Mary and Austin Hennessey explore the nature of committed relationship, and show how to evolve this shared togetherness into the partnership most couples dream of. With an accomplished background in relationship mentoring, and enhanced by their own authentic marriage, they explain the heart-centered subtleties that create and sustain the love, passion and compassion that are the fuel of an awakened marriage.

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