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While I found the book interesting, and I certainly don't disagree with Iris Krasnow's perspective on marriage (being raw, boring, exciting, loving, and a lot more both difficult... Read morePublished 8 months ago by DarthW
Just reading the "Look Inside" excerpt, I saw a quote about divorce - how children are now thought by some psychologist or other to be "permanently damaged" by... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Heliopolis
It's a comforting book, although the same advice seems to be repeated throughout, and the writer writes well, but not in a structured, organized way.Published 13 months ago by Tropical Girl
Unfortunately could not look past this to get any enjoyment out of the book. On almost every page of the kindle there were grammatical and spelling errors. What a waste of money.Published 15 months ago by kim
This was a great tool to have along with many relatable stories. I often feel as if my situation and feelings are unique but this book proved there are many couple going thru the... Read morePublished 17 months ago by x&z'smom2
This book caught me totally off guard with its life lessons! It is transformative! Go into it with no expectations, and you'll emerge a different, delightful soul.Published on June 15, 2013 by PJ Sands
As a 30-something year old wife and mother, I do not usually find time to read self-help books, however this one was lent to me by my mother and I'm so glad to have read it. Read morePublished on March 19, 2013 by Particular Consumer
Her main point is good, but a lot of her 'example' stories didn't support it.
She's pretty liberal, and it comes through in her writing - which is fine, but I'm thinking that... Read more
Patience, commitment, understanding, self-respect and respect of others, marriage is a process we go through in a couple relationship, the adventure is full of surprises of all... Read morePublished on December 30, 2012 by claudine