Can this Marriage be Saved?: Real-life Cases from the Most Popular, Most Enduring Women's Magazine Feature in the World

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Margery D. Rosen
Workman Pub., 1994 - Social Science - 340 pages
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It's a publishing phenomenon. Introduced forty years ago, Ladies' Home Journal's' CAN THIS MARRIAGE BE SAVED?' is the most popular, most enduring women's magazine feature in the world. Drawing every month from the files of professional counselors and therapists, CAN THIS MARRIAGE BE SAVED?' presents stories of real-life couples in distress and their efforts to overcome it. Now for the first time ever, CAN THIS MARRIAGE BE SAVED?' is transformed into a book. Selected by series' editor Margery D. Rosen, here is a compilation of the feature's most interesting cases. Scattered throughout are Skill Builders, Do's and Don'ts, Ten Things Never to Argue About, exercises, quizzes, role-playing dialogues and other sidebar material. Selection of the Better Homes & Gardens Family Book Service, Doubleday Book Club, and Health Book Club.

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Confession: when I was little (starting around age nine, I think), I loved The Ladies Home Journal because it had a regular feature called "Can This Marriage Be Saved?" First the wife would talk, and ... Read full review


Foreword We Have Nothing in Common Anymore
Introduction We Cant Agree on Discipline
We Cant Deal With

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For the past twenty years, Margery D. Rosen has edited the "Can This Marriage Be Saved" column for the Ladies' Home Journal.

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