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Marriage Difficulties

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  • Esposas Desesperados


    Este libro ayudara al lector a comprender mejor las angustias, necesidades, posibilidades y limites de su conyuge. La seccion final del libro ofrece varias sugerencias para compartir y estudiar el contenido en pareja.

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  • Dont Go To Bed Angry


    We’ve all been there. He doesn’t understand what you are really upset about. She blows things out of proportion. Neither of you can agree on the right course of action. In every marriage, there is conflict. And with every conflict, there is a choice for resolution. Will you ignore the issue until it seemingly goes away? Or will you work together to find peace? In Don’t Go to Bed Angry, Deb and Ron DeArmond give you permission to fight. Fight it out. Conflict isn’t the problem, after all; the real issue is how we deal with the conflict. Combining a healthy dose of personal experience with relationship-affirming biblical wisdom, Deb and Ron demonstrate how communication through conflict can lead to greater insight and understanding of thoughts, feelings, and perspectives that can safeguard-and even strengthen-your relationship. Immensely practical features including worksheets, discussion questions, callouts, and prayers make this a definitive go-to resource to help you start fighting-together-for your marriage.

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  • Guerra En La Alcoba


    Discutir es bueno; mucho mas de lo que se pueda pensar. La clave es discutir bien. La diferencia entre los matrimonies sanos y los enfermos no es cuanto discuten sino como discuten. Discutir no es un sintoma de una enfermedad, sino la expresion de una realidad viva, palpitante, en constante desarrollo, ajuste y crecimiento, llamada matrimonio.

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  • Never Fight Again Guaranteed


    What do couples fight about most? Is it sex, money, children, in-laws, or time management? The answer is: none of the above. Couples can go into power struggles over anything. It is not any specific subject, but the act of fighting, that drives us. We want what we don’t have and will fight to get it. And this drives a wedge between us and the ones we love.

    In this book Dr. David B. Hawkins, bestselling author, psychologist, and advice columnist, outlines a plan of action to assure that you will never fight again…guaranteed. Dr. Hawkins argues for a paradigm shift that will take your relationship from one built on selfishness to one of sacrificial love. Once we do that, we give up the fight, care for ourselves and those around us, and change our hearts for the better.

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  • Preparing For Marriage Devotions For Couples (Reprinted)


    It can be tempting for engaged couples to focus on planning their wedding day and ignore preparations for the lifetime commitment that begins after the cake is cut. Now the bestselling resource for couples Preparing for Marriage has a companion devotional that includes fifty short devotions written by Dennis and Barbara Rainey. Preparing for Marriage is a program created by FamilyLife, one of America’s leading marriage and family ministries, and is designed to help Christian couples lay the foundation for a strong, lasting, and biblical marriage.

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  • Truth About Divorce And Remarriage


    At last–hope for divorced Christians!!! Some preachers and elders in the Church of Christ, Christian church and other religious bodies believe that some Christians do not have a right to marry again after a divorce and, if divorced and remarried for a reason other than the adultery of a spouse, must break up their marriages. This doctrine is sometimes called the traditional view. This book proves that the traditional view is far from traditional. It is also far from Scriptural. Highly respected scholars of the past 200 years, beginning with Alexander Campbell, continuing with David Lipscomb, and including J.W. McGarvey and many others, have recognized there are other grounds for divorce and remarriage. Several of the brightest and most venerated scholars of the past were repulsed at the very idea of breaking up marriages. They cite many passages of Scripture in support of their conclusions. Don’t let mere men who are sometimes sorely uninformed and who believe only one passage-Matthew 19:9-determine your marital future. This book was written for you. It has been thoroughly researched and exhaustively documented. Read it, study the many passages cited in it, and determine for yourself your right to a wife or husband.

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  • Durmiendo Con Una Desconocida


    Just like persons change, marriage changes too. The book offers options to manage those changes when children come, when it is time for retirement, when there are problems and other situations.

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  • Healing Your Marriage When Trust Is Broken


    A few days after an ordinary Valentine’s Day, Cindy Beall’s life changed forever. She listened with disbelief to her husband, Chris, a respected pastor, confess to pornography addiction, numerous affairs, and the startling news that a woman was pregnant with his child.
    With raw honesty and intimate knowledge of pain and of God’s power to resurrect something new out of the debris of betrayal, Cindy reveals how to:
    * seek guidance, counseling, and prayer support when deceptions surface
    * help the family heal from the grief and humiliation
    * rebuild trust after porn, sex, and other addictions undermine a relationship
    * protect a marriage from lies and unfaithfulness
    * rely on God to pursue forgiveness and move forward in new promises

    Cindy’s compassion, grasp of God’s Word, and the Bealls’ remarkable story will help wives and husbands trust God with their broken hearts and follow His leading, hope, and redemption.

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  • Counseling Couples In Conflict


    Most therapeutic approaches, especially those of a cognitive orientation, are not very effective in dealing with high conflict relationships–couples often heading toward divorce by the time they seek help. Counseling Couples in Conflict is a resource for counselors and therapists who want to be ready for these uniquely difficult cases. Utilizing a relational conflict and restoration model Mark Yarhouse and James Sells point the way beyond the cycle of pain towards marital healing.

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  • Couples In Conflict


    Part 1
    Family Systems Theory And Marital Conflict
    Part 2
    Introduction To The Counseling Relationship
    Part 3
    Counseling Goals And Process

    Additional Info
    Perhaps no single issue is of greater importance for families in Western culture than the one of marital conflict. When couples fail to successfully negotiate the emotional difficulties of their relationship, it can lead either to years of unhappiness within the marriage or to the breakdown of the marriage and to divorce. Unhappy couples negatively affect their families and even their communities.

    Couples in Conflict describes the nature of the emotional processes leading to marital difficulties and how a minister or counselor can be a resource to help couples in conflict. The minister/counselor will be able to help them improve their lives personally, as well as their relationship and family life. By extension, couples will also develop skills that will improve their work life and their life in community. The book provides practical and specific approaches to helping these couples and the issues that a minister must deal with in order to be useful to them.

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  • Unfaithful : Hope And Healing After Infidelity


    More than ten years ago, Gary and Mona Shriver experienced the devastation caused by adultery. Now with transparent honesty they share their story, offering hope and practical strategies for healing. This updated and revised edition adds other real-life stories of betrayal and forgiveness, and new information defining adultery, including the destruction of emotional affairs.

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  • How To Act Right When Your Spouse Acts Wrong


    Experience the Blessings of an Imperfect Marriage. We all-at one time or another-have the opportunity to act right when our spouse acts wrong. There are no perfect marriages or perfect spouses. We know that having a good marriage requires effort and hard work. Yet we often don’t know how to continue to love when we are angry, hurt, scared, or just plain irritated. Nor are we sure what that kind of love is supposed to look like. Should we be patient? Forgive and forget? Do something else entirely?

    Acting right when your spouse acts wrong will not necessarily guarantee a more satisfying marital relationship, nor will it automatically make your spouse change his or her ways-although both could occur. It will, however, help you see how God is stretching you in the midst of your marital difficulties, teach you to respond wisely when wronged, and lead you into a deeper relationship with Christ as you yield your will to his plan for your life and learn to be more like him.

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  • Parents Who Cheat


    Nationally-known psychologist Ana Ledwin Nogales addresses the affects of parental infidelity on childhood development-and on these children’s relationships as adults

    Many books explore the affects of marital infidelity on a marriage, but Parents Who Cheat is the first book to examine not only how this behavior contributes to the breakdown of a family structure but how it directly affects the children in that family.

    With compassion and piercing insight, Dr. Ana Ledwin Nogales explains how adultery damages a child’s understanding of love, marriage, and trust. As these children grow toward adulthood, their ability to have healthy relationships is compromised. Through stories of children struggling to understand their parents’ adultery, as well as case histories of adult children coping with unresolved issues related to parental infidelity, Dr. Nogales shows how destructive habits are formed and points the way toward healing and the creation of healthier relationships with parents and partners.

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  • Keeping Kids Out Of The Middle


    Keeping Kids out of the Middle is a practical, hands-on, one-of-a-kind resource for parents going through adult conflicts such as separation and divorce that threaten to emotionally harm their children.

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  • Reconcilable Differences : Healing For Troubled Marriages With Study Guide


    Is is possible for a couple whose marriage is in serious trouble or a couple who is already divorced to restore harmony — and even love — to their relationship? Jim Talley believes it is, and Reconcilable Differences shows why reconciliation is worth the effort. This book provides practical, biblical advice on how to resolve conflicts and develop a relationship based on mutual love, respect, and trust.

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  • Committed To The Covenant


    Elizabeth thought she and Emanuel had a happy marriage. A deep love, two children, adequate income, and a caring church – life was good. Illusion. Emanuel was seeing another woman. When Elizabeth found out, she was crushed.

    Emanuel asked forgiveness, and Elizabeth hoped for the best. But it was only the beginning of her anguish.

    Heartbroken by her husband’s betrayal, rejection, and desertion, Elizabeth learned to rely on her unfailing heavenly Bridegroom.

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  • Eyes Wide Open


    Understanding Pornography
    – Protecting Your Family
    – Fighting Back
    Pornography has become such a pervasive problem in today s culture that every parent or spouse needs to be knowledgeable, aware, and on the offensive in order to minimize or prevent its destructive effects from harming their loved ones. Eyes Wide Open is an edited version of a six-part series on pornography written by husband and wife team Joseph Corbo, M.D., and Susanna Ryan, M.S.N., R.N.C.S. for Family Foundations, the magazine of the Couple to Couple League. These experienced counselors clarify that no one is immune from this problem, provide practical steps to help protect your family, explain the signs of addiction and what steps to take when one is uncovered, and offer ideas on becoming more aware of even soft-core stimuli and turning back towards God s grace and purity.

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  • Staying Together : When An Affair Pulls You Apart


    SKU (ISBN): 9780830833993Stephen JudahBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2006Publisher: InterVarsity Press Print On Demand Product

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  • Desperate Wives : Help And Hope For Women Considering Separation Or Divorce


    1. How Did I Get Here?
    2. Accountability
    3. Expectations, Discontent, And Unconditional Love
    4. Three Keys To Surrender
    5. A New Twist On Submission
    6. Learning To Be Content
    7. Praying Scripture
    8. Rest, Renewal, And The Fruit Of The Spirit
    9. Your Legacy
    10. Starting Over

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    Is your marriage disappointing or unfulfilling?

    Do you struggle with the urge to give up on your marriage?

    Are you thinking about leaving your husband?

    Are you already separated and now considering divorce?

    There is hope for a hopeless marriage.

    Brenda Clayton speaks to the woman who is mentally, emotionally, and spiritually exhausted and ready to give up. She wants you to know that even in our throw-away culture, there are steps you can take toward healing and restoration in your marriage.

    The author shares the principles, scriptures, and prayers she and others have used to rebuild their lives and marriages and gives helpful insights into fighting for your family.

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  • Unresolved Dispute : Theres Hope For Your Marriage


    Starting with Adam and Eve, there have been issues between men and women which have not been resolved. These lingering problems have carried over into our relationships with family, friends, co-workers and marriage.

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  • You Now Have Custody Of You


    This book explores some of the issues of Marriage and Divorce in our time. It examines some of the most significant passages in the Bible to see what the Old and New Testaments have to say. It brings encouragement to those who are divorced and reminds everyone that the custody of your own life is always your beginning point, and a primary concern of the Lord God.

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  • Testimonies On Sexual Behavior Adultery And Divorce


    A compilation of Ellen White statements relating to appropriate behavior between men and women and how to handle problems that arise, plus counsel for situations where the marriage covenant has been broken and/or when divorce is being considered.

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  • Reconcilable Differences : Hope And Healing For Troubled Marriages


    What does it take to really make right a severely damaged relationship? When going back to how things were is not nearly good enough, is there hope for true transformation and healing? Counselor and teacher Virginia Holeman waves together biblical insight and rich theological reflection while drawing from the best of current psychological studies on forgiveness, repentance and reconciling. Out of her own research you will hear the poignant stories of married couples who tell in their own words what its like to seek reconciliation in seemingly hopeless situation. Complete with honest and practical help, this book will be an encouragement to married couples who dare to hope for the healing and transforming of broken relationships and for counselors and pastors who want to work more effectively with them.

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  • 1 Last Gasp


    This book is a self-help tool for Christian couples who seem to have reached the end of their rope and are ready to call it quits but have decided to take one last shot at making things work.

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  • When His Secret Sin Breaks Your Heart


    Behind every husband enslaved to sexual sin, there is a woman reaping the horrible side effects of his selfcentered lifestyle. What can be more devastating for a wife than to discover her husband has a secret obsession with pornography and other women? Yet, this is what countless Christian wives face every day. Kathy Gallagher has been there; she understands the pain of rejection, the feelings of hopelessness and the questions that plague a hurting wife. In this collection of letters, Kathy imparts heartfelt encouragement by providing the practical, biblical answers that helped her find healing in the midst of her most trying storm. The 30day journal offers wives a place to prayerfully reflect and meditate upon Kathys letters. When His Secret Sin Breaks Your Heart testifies that there is hope for the most dejected of souls and the bleakest of marriages.

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  • Catholic Annulment Spiritual Healing


    Catholic annulment is often viewed as an obstacle to marriage or a formality of cannon law. Few people realize that annulment is more than just a process – annulment leads to healing. The authors draw upon their own experience of Catholic annulment to describe not only the procedure but also the peace it brought into their lives.

    Beginning with the process of annulment, the book presents a section of frequently asked questions, such as: What is the cost? How long will it take? Then the book explains why an annulment process is necessary, and tells how to find a procurator to initiate the annulment process. After discussing the process, the book considers the healing aspects of annulment. Healing must include forgiving others and yourself for all past pain and sorrow. The last chapter of the book discusses how to deal with your children after an annulment.

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  • How To Be The Happy Wife Of An Unsaved Husband


    From personal experience, Linda Davis explains the most effective types of prayers and shares many testimonies of husbands won to the Lord. She includes the key to understanding an unsaved husband’s rejection and hostility. Here is the scriptural way to bring your husband to Jesus.

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  • Marriage And The Catholic Church


    It is an open secret that marriage is in crisis in the United States and that the marriages of Catholics are not significantly different from other marriages. In Marriage and the Catholic Church Michael Lawler confronts the difficult questions in the Catholic theology of marriage.

    Lawler, among the leading Catholic voices on the theology of marriage, does not shy away from the difficult questions, but confronts them honestly, historically accurately, and pastorally. He highlights a Catholic approach to premarital relationships, to marriage, to divorce, and to remarriage. He examines the relationship of marriage and sacrament, faith and sacrament, friendship in marriage, divorce and remarriage, cohabitation, family, interchurch marriages, and the changing models of marriage in the Catholic tradition. The whole offers a fresh look at the Catholic theology of marriage for a new millennium.

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  • Undoing The I Do


    SKU (ISBN): 9780893905507Ida MirandaBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2002Publisher: Resource Publications Inc.

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  • Living With Your Husbands Secret Wars (Reprinted)


    How wives can deal pro-actively with their husbands’ struggles with pornography, extramarital affairs, and other sexually-based addictions and infidelities.

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  • Restoring Relationships : 5 Things To Try Before You Say Goodbye


    16 Chapters

    Additional Info
    Peter Kalellis’s Restoring Relationships offers a last chance to struggling relationships. Full of honesty and warmth, Kalellis’s words guide us to find new ways to accept, communicate with, and love those closest to us.

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  • Recupere A Su Esponso Antes Qu


    The author helps wives understand how to work toward a succesful reconciliation.This book was written especially for the woman who wants her husband back in spite of his choice to separate.

    El autor guia a las esposas a entender los pasos hacia una exitosa reconciliacion. Este libro esta escrito especialmente para la esposa que desea recuperar a su esposo a pesar de la decision de el de separarse.

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  • Before A Bad Goodbye


    Tim Clinton has seen three outcomes through his marriage counseling practice-divorce, marriage in name only, and reconciliation. Reconciliation is, by far, the most difficult option. In Before a Bad Goodbye, he shows couples at the breaking point how to nurture forgiveness, develop mutual respect and demonstrate selfless love on a new path to reconciliation.

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  • Distant Partner : How To Tear Down Emotional Walls And Communicate With You


    ‘I’m always the one willing to go the extra mile for the sake of my marriage’, ‘His eyes glaze over when I try to talk intimately about things that matter.’ Maybe you’ve heard these words from your spouse. Maybe you’ve said these words about your marriage. Distant Partner is a book for those who have a relationship with too much busyness and not enough personal sharing. You don’t have to stay locked into this merry-go-round battle. Once you understand the dynamics between evasive husbands and emotionally eager wives, you can begin to take the initiative and move forward with healthy actions and choices.

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  • Love Honor And Forgive


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    I’m sorry. Will you forgive me? Those simple words that we teach children to say can be the most difficult we will ever utter. Whether the issue is trivial or vital, forgiveness can be a challenge to any couple. How do we keep small hurts from building up? How do we forgive when we don’t feel like it? Here Bil and Pam Farrel provide a down-to-earth look at forgiveness as we experience it—or don’t—in our marriages.

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  • To Understand Each Other


    Most couples enter into conjugal life with a high ideal for marriage, states Paul Tournier. How many of them can say, a dozen years later, that their home has become what they expected of it? All too few!

    This is the problem Dr. Tournier considers in To Understand Each Other. His concern is for marriages that have become the quiet failures.
    When we talk of marriage counseling we think immediately of the extreme cases, of threats to seek divorce, of couples in violent disputes who frequently come to blows, he says. But there are many other couples whose marriages are no less failure. They live side by side, without hurting one another, but poles apart, because of no real understanding of one another.

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  • Divorce And Remarriage


    When it comes to divorce and remarriage, everyone appeals to Scripture—but no one agrees on what it says. In this book, four Christian thinkers (J. Carl Laney, William Heth, Thomas Edgar, and Larry Richards) debate the more perplexing points. Each essayist presents his own view and critiques the others. Case studies apply theories to real-life situations.

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  • Marriage On The Rock


    SKU (ISBN): 9780964743502Jimmy EvansBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 1999Publisher: MarriageToday Print On Demand Product

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  • Fresh Start Divorce Recovery Workbook (Workbook)


    Part 1: Coming Unglued
    1. Hitting The Slope: The Stages Of Divorce Recovery
    2. Can This Marriage Be Saved?: The Separation/Reconciliation Struggle
    3. You Can Book It: Biblical Insights About Divorce
    4. There Oughtta Be A Law: Dealing With The Legal Issues
    Part 2: Picking Up The Pieces
    5. Single Again: Reentry Into The Single Life
    6. Show Me The Money: Dealing With Your Finances
    7. What’s That You Say?: Communication And Conflict
    8. Everything You Always Wanted To Know About … : Sexuality For The Single Again
    9. Pardon Me: Working Through Bitterness And Learning To Forgive
    Part 3: Other Issues
    10. Kids In The Middle: Helping Children Of Divorce
    11. You’ll Never Walk Alone: Support Groups For The Separated And The Divorced
    Article 1: Developing A Positive Self-Image
    Article 2: Handling The Holidays
    Article 3: There’s No Such Thing As An Ex-Grandparent
    Article 4: Divorce And The Church
    Appendix A. Action Points
    Appendix B. Test-Retest Adjective Checklist
    Appendix C. Marriage And Divorce Position Paper

    292 Pages

    Additional Info
    Based on the authors’ personal experiences as well as the experiences of thousands who have benefited from the acclaimed Fresh Start Seminars, The Fresh Start Divorce Recovery Workbook is a total recovery program for anyone who faces a divorce or separation. Offering a Christian perspective, Bob Burns and Tom Whiteman discuss the typical stages of a divorce-on a physical, emotional, and spiritual level. The Bible-based insights included in this revised and updated edition will give you the practical tools you need to recover from the trauma of divorce and complete the journey toward wholeness after the painful breakup of a marriage. Questions, self-tests, exercises, and practical information will enable you to:

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  • Lets Talk About Marriage Difficulties


    Family life and values are under threat more than ever before, yet the family is the one stabilising unit for all of society. So many individual, community and national problems can be traced back to the sad disintegration of family life.

    Of course it was God who designed the family unit for the well-being of mankind, young and old. In this series of booklets, we are taken back to the Bible to see again that God’s principles are the only secure foundations for our lives.

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  • Making Love Last Forever


    Learn How to make Love and Romance Last-Forever

    Are you looking for a love guarantee? In this extraordinary book, marriage expert Gary Smalley shows you how to stay in love through all the stages of life. From first attraction to lifelong commitment, Gary’s proven techniques and practical advice show you how to pursue and keep the love you want, and how to energize your relationship with enduring passion-filled love. With memorable word pictures, Smalley reveals the secrets behind his love guarantee.

    –Love’s Best Kept Secret
    –Loves Number One Enemy
    –Love’s CliffNotes for Men

    Open this book and begin your journey to forever love.

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  • Willing To Try Again


    Whether you are preparing to re-marry, already trying to build a stepfamily, or seeking to counsel families, Willing to Try Again is an invaluable tool. More than half of this book is dedicated to real-life situations that illustrate the successes and difficulties of stepfamilies as they deal with such issues as the differing roles of stepparents and biological parents; how former spouses, in-laws, and grandparents affect the stepfamily; and children’s reactions to stepfamily life.

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  • Amor Que No Se Apaga


    Conflictos por los cuales las parejas experimentan frustraciones en la expre-sion de su amor.

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  • Art Of Understanding Your Mate


    If you’ve ever wondered exactly what is going on in your mate’s mind, you can probably find it somewhere in the pages of The Art of Understanding Your Mate. Cecil Osborne casts a clinical eye on the underlying psychological forces that drive married relationships. His common sense outlook on counseling troubled couples is based on a solid understanding of human behavior. Illuminating insights tumble from the pages of his book. In addition, Osborne has a keen ear for the spoken word. Through a liberal injection of actual dialogue, he captures the feelings of drama and tensions between husband and wife. Osborne advocates a realistic approach to marriage. He cautions couples to expect to encounter problems of incompatibility. Men and women are different. Their needs are different, as are the emotions that accompany those needs. The wonder is, Osborne points out, that there are so many successful marriages.

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  • Divorce Myth


    1. The Divine Institution Of Marriage
    2. The Teaching Of Moses (Deut. 24:1-4)
    3. The Teaching Of Ezra (Ezra 9-10)
    4. The Teaching Of Malachi (Mal. 2:10-16)
    5. The Teaching Of Jesus In Mark 10:1-12 And Luke 16:18
    6. The Teaching Of Jesus In Matthew 5:31-32 And 19:1-12
    7. The Teaching Of Paul (Rom. 7:2-3 And 1 Cor. 7:10-16)
    8. Divorce And The Christian Ministry (1 Tim. 3:2, 12 And Titus 1:6)
    9. Answers To Common Objections
    10. How To Apply The Doctrine Practically
    11. Divorce, Remarriage, And The Christian Counselor.
    12. Restoring God’s Standard
    158 Pages

    Additional Info
    The common asked question today is, Should divorced people remarry? With great compassion and warmth, Dr. Laney maintains that the more fundamental question with which Christ dealt is, Should people be divorced? His purpose is to draw the church up short against the runaway divorce epidemic with a theology of marriage.

    Challenging the church on the subject of divorce and remarriage, the author carefully builds evidence from scripture and from cultural and historical data for a no-divorce/remarriage position. Not everyone will agree with Laney, but it deserves the careful attention of all who are genuinely concerned about the divorce issue.

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  • Solving Marriage Problems


    Counselors unanimously find that marriage and family problems outnumber all other counseling problems combined, writes Jay Adams. For that reason alone, counselors should want to learn all they can about marriage counseling. This is a book to help counselors understand and deal with typical problems that arise in a marriage. The approach is to offer not merely solutions, but biblical solutions. Chapter by chapter, each problem that is brought into focus is addressed by Scripture, and a solution arising from Scripture is developed. Unless one understands what a biblical marriage is supposed to be, it is difficult to solve marriage problems. For that reason, Dr. Adams spends the first few chapters developing a biblical model. Then he treats many of the specific kinds of problems that typically arise: life patterns, priorities, children, sex-roles, in-laws, etc. This is a book that belongs on every pastor’s and every counselor’s shelf.

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  • Taking The Deadlock Out Of Wedlock


    Table Of Contents:

    Abby’s Hopeless Marriage

    It’s No Joke

    The Technique Of Repairing A Cracked Marriage

    How To Love When You Can’t Love

    The Miracle Of Recreating Sexual Love

    Five Truths That Can Save A Marriage

    Additional Info
    Sometimes there are irritations in marriage that the oil of humor or the grace of understanding seems unable to help. Then the marriage goes sour. God has some healing good news that in many cases (if not most will bring relief. It proclaims recovery of sight for the blind; to let the broken victims go free (Luke 4:18, NEB)–free to be happy in a marriage which at times has taken the form of emotional opression.If your marriage is not all that it should be, this book is for you.

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