Honeymooners Forever - 12 step marriage survival guide
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Communicate well every day
 

A marriage is a friendship of the highest level. Just like any kind of friendship, a marriage only remains strong...
with regular communication.
In this chapter you will discover:

When to give your partner space, and when to be there for them.
How to improve the connection between the two of you...fast!
How to avoid disconnection and resentment.
How to become friends with your husband or wife again.
 
Ask yourself these questions:

Do you find you are living separate lives?
Do you feel more like room mates than a couple?
Do you go days without speaking to your husband?
Do you avoid your wife?
Are you avoiding each other and avoiding talking about what counts?
Do you feel as though there is a big wall between the two of you?
Are you together for the children only?
Is life so busy that your relationship is no longer a priority?
Let's get to work... Many couples feel like this at some stage. You need strategies...

Men are simple in their approach to marriage.
They are highly practical and want to FIX the marriage if there are problems. Let me show you how... The strategis in this book are NOT guess work; they are HARD work...but they are FUN work!

                          

For continual love,
you need constant communication.

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Readers' Testimonials

Hi Phoebe, I recently purchased your book (through my local bookstore), after seeing it mentioned in an article in a Sunday newspaper. I have been married for 26 years but have felt a bit unhappy in the last 6 months.  It was like you knew me and my situation, and had written the book for me!  I found it easy to understand with very common sense and practical suggestions, and am still working out the best way of keeping the book’s practical steps alive and a part of our relationship. I was wondering how it is going for you and your marriage? Are the steps still working for you? How do you keep the steps alive and put them into practice? I was very inspired after I read your book as I feel that generally there is very little training or guidance in maintaining and keeping passion and love alive in long term relationships, especially marriage. Have you thought about or held any seminars or courses in this topic? Looking forward to hearing from you.

Warm Regards,
Sharon, Victoria, Australia.

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