No secrets?: how much honesty is good for your marriage?
Rooted in Scripture and filled with case studies from the authors' files, this book shows the reader how to deal with such things as: the trap of little white lies; the temptation to be a parental spouse; the pressure to keep family secrets; the nature of "selfish honesty"--which some think is Christian, but which is destructive to a relationship--and the ways to build an honest marital and family life.
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