Finding the Love of Your Life: Ten Principles for Choosing the Right Marriage Partner
The statistics are discouraging - nearly half of all marriages and sixty percent of all second marriage end in divorce or separation. Yet some marriages flourish year after year. How can you create a lasting, loving union? After twenty-five years of counseling couples, Dr. Neil Clark Warren has found that a solid, secure marriage is a matter of choice, not luck - and that it is the selection of one's life partner that more than anything makes or breaks a marriage. 'Finding tha love of your life' sheds light on what may be the most important decision we ever make - one in wich most of us have little or no instruction to help us choose wisely. Through real-life stories, Dr. Warren explains the ten principles for choosing a marriage partner - practical guidelines to explore and evaluate before marriage. He clarifies the seven reasons for faulty mate selection, and answer several questions.
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Eliminate the Seven Most Prevalent Causes of Faulty Mate Selection
Develop a Clear Mental Image of Your Ideal Spouse
Find a Person to Love Who Is a Lot Like You
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