If Only You Would Change/What to Do When Your Marriage Is Not What You Thought It Would Be

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T. Nelson, Jul 1, 1992 - Family & Relationships - 229 pages
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Christian couples can save and restore their troubled marriages by using the recovery process to overcome the #1 marriage destroyer--resentment. The authors tell how to heal, build, and strenthen a marriage by empowering each partner to take responsibility for his or her part of the relationship.

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This book, If Only You Would change, by Mark Luciano & Christopher Merris provides valuable tools for anyone caught in what seems to be a hopeless relationship. It will not help you fix the other person but will allow you to gain strength within yourself and to grow beyond a fixation with the other person's character defects. Based strongly on the Twelve Step program it pulls no punches in its approach to the "real problems" and solutions. Both partners do not have to be involved in the program for the relationship to gain greatly and perhaps be saved from divorce. The book also could be used to counsel couples heading into marriage relationships. It is a must for all counsellors, pastors, and married couples. 

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