The 10 Laws of Happily Ever After:: The Secret to a Satisfying Marriage
Its a startling statistic. Fifty percent of first-time marriages will end in divorce. Most people start a marriage by living happily ever after, but they often fail to maintain that status. In The Ten Laws of Happily Ever After, author and relationship coach Trevor J. Dimick presents ten universal laws of life that will provide couples with the principles to create a satisfying, long-term marriage full of love. By following the principles presented in Dimicks guide, couples can repair a broken marriage, fortify a strong marriage, help prevent broken families, and create blissful, lasting relationships. He communicates that the key to creating strong marriages revolves around ten universal laws: The Law of Choice The Law of Symptoms The Law of Kingdoms The Law of Change The Law of Focus The Law of Needs, Wants, and Expectations The Law of Love The Law of Communication The Law of Side Effects The Law of Marriage The Ten Laws of Happily Ever After strives to create a better world by strengthening marriages and families everywhere. Everyone deserves to live happily ever after.
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