A Christian Marriage guide
  
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Whether you are newlyweds, have been happily married awhile, or are currently going through a rough patch in your marriage, the following statement is true, arguments WILL happen.
And pride, by far, ends more relationships than death does.

No person or relationship is perfect, and mediating these rosy expectations of love can be difficult. Every marriage has its problems, but what separates the "good" from the "bad" is how frequently, disrespectfully, or even selfishly these arguments happen.
But what prevents frequent arguments? True love?
As a counselor, I have studied interpersonal communication in marriage for over 20 years, and in this time, I discovered that the most successful marriages are founded on strong communication skills.
Jesus made communication in marriage simple with ONE verse:
Mark 10:8 NASB: "...AND THE TWO SHALL BECOME ONE FLESH; so they are no longer two, but one flesh."
That's it. Marriage is meant to be an earthly model of a heavenly union. We must not approach Christian marriages with worldly thoughts. By allowing Jesus to lead your marriage, you will inch closer and closer to the heavenly ideal.
In this book you will learn to peacefully navigate heated arguments, understand and respect each other's communication styles, and deepen the unity of your marriage.
Marital communication is complicated, but who says it has to be difficult? With the right aids, you can get your marriage back on track, but improvement starts with you!
Order your copy NOW and take your first step for a better marriage!
BONUS:
During my 20 years of research, I also took my observations into Spoken Word Poetry. Included in this book are biblical based poems that poetically express and share insights on what I have observed. If per chance you decide not to get this book, I highly encourage you to find marital aids that can help you with communication in marriage.

I have watched WAY too many spouses fail all because of a refusal to rely on anything but their own emotional intelligence. Pride, by far, ends more relationships than death does.
"This book provides great insight into conflict resolution and had a biblical perspective on learning to love your spouse well! Highly recommend!!" - Elysa, Ohio, Nursing School
"Firstly the book touches on very important aspects of marriage, COMMUNICATION. In most cases, this is where all arguments or tensions emanate from. The author goes on to emphasize that HONEST TRUTH is always better than NOT SAYING THINGS AT ALL." - Idea Chitsaka (Zimbabwe), Outside Catering Manager
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