Beyond the Marriage Fantasy
While still young, each of us forms a marriage fantasy--a collection of ideas about what marriage is, and what it should be. But real-life marriage does not often live up to these unrealistic concepts. Marriage therapist Beaver teaches readers how to move beyond the fantasy toward genuineness and full emotional intimacy.
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