Making Marriage Work
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Do you and your significant other have arguments that you can’t seem to resolve? Do you worry that even though your relationship is happy, you are losing the magic?
Marriage or a life partnership is the single most important predictor of happiness in our lives, so it’s important to work on it above all other things. Making Marriage Work is written for anyone who is in a committed relationship, or about to get into one.
Understand what optimal relationships do and don't look like. Drawing from the work of experts in the field, this book outlines the most common problems that people face in a committed relationship, and the steps to successfully resolve these problems.
Understand your relationship, protect your relationship, and improve your relationship.
“I’m about to get married, so I found the book fascinating. I now have a better idea of the possible pitfalls in our path. I am also a lot more confident, since I also know how to identify and work through them. This book has helped put me at ease.”
“After a decade of being married, we thought that the rut we were in was non-optional. Reading this book has given us perspective on how to work through some of our issues and how to minimise the effect of the rest.”
“My partner and I would have the same arguments over and over, but we didn’t know how to get past them. Making Marriage Work helped us see what we were doing wrong and gave us ways to rectify it.”