The Four Seasons of Marriage

The Four Seasons of Marriage

eBook - 2012
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Spring, summer, winter, fall. Marriages are perpetually in a state of transition, continually moving from one season to another-perhaps not annually, as in nature, but just as certainly and consistently. Sometimes we find ourselves in winter-discouraged, detached, and dissatisfied; other times, we experience springtime with its openness, hope, and anticipation. On other occasions, we bask in the warmth of summer-comfortable, relaxed, enjoying life. And then comes fall with its uncertainty, negligence, and apprehension. The cycle repeats itself many times throughout the life of a marriage, just as the seasons repeat themselves in nature.The seasons of marriage come and go. Each one holds the potential for emotional health and happiness, and each one has its challenges. The purpose of this book is to describe these recurring seasons of marriage, help you and your spouse identify which season your marriage is in, and show you how to enhance your marriage in all four seasons.
Publisher: Made available through hoopla, 2012.
[United States] : Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., 2012.
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bluedog8422 Jul 18, 2012

This is a great book to bring some perspective into why your relationship as to why it may not be going as smoothly as you'd like.

Even if you're not religious this book has great pointers. It doesn’t hurt that G-d is always there to help you out!

mmg2681 Jan 15, 2012

This is my second Gary Chapman book that I've read and this one was just as great as the first (The Five Love Languages.) Highly recommended for those who are looking to strengthen their marriage, no matter what "season" it is in.

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