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21 Days to Save My Family
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About the Author
Erik is a self-professed recovering knucklehead with a knack for learning things the hard way.
After a twenty-year spiral into becoming a dark, angry, and abusive husband, he was confronted with the impending loss of his family and divorce papers.
Four years later, they were best friends again and very much in love.
Erik openly shares his mistakes and failures in the hopes of saving other families from the same pain they experienced. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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While there are some technical glitches (i.e., typos), it almost adds to the passion in the way Erik writes. You can see in his every word how much he wants men to grow-up and be more Christlike in turn saving their family from the destruction of divorce. I am sure there will be men that will toss the book aside without getting past the first chapter, but if you can put down the defenses and really take the 21 days to read this I believe you will be much better off in the long run.
Once you read this I highly recommend continuing on to Ken Nair's Discovering the Mind of a Woman as well as Joel and Kathy Davisson's two books at [...]. They offer keen insight in what it truly means to be a Christlike man and husband of which is rarely discussed in the church. I am confident these books will help you to become a better man, blessing your own walk with Christ and ultimately your wife and children.