The Marriage Checkup: A Scientific Program for Sustaining and Strengthening Marital Health
The Marriage Checkup is designed to help couples assess the strengths and weaknesses of their relationship and to develop strategies for strengthening its health. Like physical health, the health of a relationship can be developed to greater levels of fitness and resilience to illness. Thus, even healthy couples can benefit from a marital health perspective by developing exercises for optimizing their health and fitness. This book primarily serves couples interested in improving the health of their relationship. Counselors and therapists may recommend that their couples-patients use the book. Additionally, the book may be of interest to professors of marriage and family counseling.
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INTIMACY STRENGTH IN VULNERABILITY
EMOTION SKILLS IN MARRIAGE PRACTICING EMOTIONAL GRACE
COMMUNICATION HEALTHY MISCOMMUNICATION
MINDFULNESS LEARNING TO LOVE IN THE MOMENT
ACCEPTANCE GOD GRANT ME THE SERENITY
FORGIVENESS AND REPAIR GRACE GENEROSITY AND COMPASSION
TEAM SPIRIT MARRIAGE AS A SPIRITUAL JOURNEY
SEXUAL AUTHENTICITY SHARING THE SACRED
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