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AuthorHouse, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 140 pages
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This book features the real ingredients of genuine love and marriage as it was divinely intended to be. By comparing the pains frequently encountered in them as the thorns that do accompany any rose flower, the author leads the reader to appreciate that just as roses will not be roses without their thorns, the pains encountered in marriages are not meant to disrupt the institution but to serve as a pointer to the need to handle our marriages as tenderly as possible. Guides are given for objective assessment of our individual grey areas so that hopefully, reason rather than mere emotion is applied in the decisions we make even in supposedly closed cases of distressed marriage counselors and general readership will benefit from this book.

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