Every Day Love: The Delicate Art of Caring for Each Other
A peek into love that comforts and thrives, Every Day Love is filled with stories and experiences that are often overlooked as insignificant. These small moments from the heart of a relationship are actually nothing less than the nuts and bolts of loving. Full of tiny tales of lovers’ quarrels, heartaches, and glorious triumphs, this book gives readers snapshots of the loving nuances that transform our differences into common bonds, the small yet noteworthy actions that keep love fresh, every day. In experiencing these small but lovely moments, readers learn from reading Every Day Love? how to avoid pitfalls and celebrate the differences between themselves and their love — after all, wasn’t it curiosity about those differences that piqued your interest in the first place? Proving that it’s the delicate pinch of difference that keeps lovers fascinating and fascinated, this book celebrates the effort and determination required to love an imperfect someone. Every Day Love proves that the best part about love is the resolve that keeps it lively.
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