I Do! I Do! The Marriage Vow Workbook

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Lulu.com, Jul 1, 2006 - Self-Help - 112 pages
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"I Do! I Do! The Marriage Vow Workbook" is an inspirational resource for creating compelling vows for your marriage, civil union, commitment or recommitment. Endorsed by Harville Hendrix, Ph.D., author of "Getting the Love You Want" and cocreator of Imago Relationship Therapy, this workbook will help you craft vows that will serve you not only during the ceremony itself but throughout your lives together. As a result of reading "I Do! I Do! The Marriage Vow Workbook," completing the exercises and writing your marriage vows, you have the opportunity to (1) awaken to the deepest reasons for joining your lives in marriage, (2) envision what you want most from your life together, (3) initiate a ritual to sustain your marriage for many years to come, and (4) create a loving, committed partnership that's truly ideal for both of you. You may wish to buy two copies of "The Marriage Vow Workbook"-one in which each partner can work through the exercises. Also makes a great gift for an engagement or bridal shower!
 

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Could you please VERIFY YOUR QUOTES!! Disappointing.
Your quote by Victor Hugo is attributed by Reverend Michael in his recent book Wedding Ceremonies, to Robert Louis Stevenson! The quote is by
neither apart from the last line (which is found in Vol 1 of Les Miserables by Victor Hugo.)
How can American publishers these days publish books which have quotes which are not verified?! It is an embarrassment to you the author, is disappointing and confusing to us the reader and is an insult to the famous authors you are misquoting!
I am trying to choose readings for my wedding this year and it is becoming extremely frustrating due to authors like Lavender and Mulkey misquoting.
Can anyone tell me the real author, book and page number of the often quoted "you can give without loving, but you can never love without giving. The great acts of love are done by those who are habitually performing small acts of kindness. We pardon to the extent that we love. Love is knowing that when you are alone, you will never be lonely again". I think you will find it is a mixture of many different writers who have been misquoted.
Regards, Carolyn (Sydney Australia)
 

Contents

PRAISE FOR I DO I DO THE MARRIAGE VOW WORKBOOK
1
HOW TO USE THIS WORKBOOK
8
THE BENEFITS OF WRITING YOUR OWN MARRIAGE VOWS
17
SHARING WHAT YOU WANT FOR YOURSELF AND THE RELATIONSHIP
31
CONFIRMING YOUR CONVICTIONS
44
What values do you stand for? 44 Exercise 52 What issues and causes are most important to you? 47 Exercise 53 What goals do you want to achieve...
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