Oops! I Forgot My Wife: A Story of Commitment as Marriage and Self-centeredness Collide

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Lewis & Roth Pub, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 295 pages
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How goes the husband, so goes the marriage. Do you agree? With few exceptions, a husband's loving leadership (or lack of it) sets the tone for the marriage. The trouble is, when it comes to loving leadership, most guys draw a blank. That's why this marriage book takes the form of a story. In Oops! I Forgot My Wife, Doyle Roth puts thirty-plus years of marriage counseling experience into the story of a guy named Mitch. A guy who is so bad at ?husbanding? he wakes up one morning king of an empty castle. On the brink of divorce, he learns what love really means. Told through an exchange of emails, Mitch's story is about real marriage, flaws and all. It's not pretty or sanitized, but any man willing to examine his own heart will see the truth in it and benefit greatly from his story. (On the other hand, husbands who are already perfect may know of some ?friend? who could use a wake-up call. This book would make a perfect gift for that friend's wife.)

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User Review  - mgeorge2755 - LibraryThing

A unique way of understanding how to counsel troubled marriages. This author uses a trail of emails to tell a couples story of how their marriage fell apart and how they went about putting it back ... Read full review

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User Review  - Charles Jarman - Christianbook.com

This is a very fast reading, humorous and informative book. I'm finding I will have to read it a second and perhaps a third time to dig out all of the nuggets of truth to apply to my life, there is ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
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Prologue
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Meltdown at the NotSoOK Corral 15
Copyright

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