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How to Change Your Spouse (Without Ruining Your Marriage)

June 18, 2017 - Comment

How to Change Your Spouse (Without Ruining Your Marriage)Rate this post “I was amazed at the number of powerful, life-changing insights condensed into these pages. This book is a masterpiece, helping couples understand each other better and resolve major issues. Every reader will find hope for a more harmonious marriage”.—-Patrick Morley, author, of The Man

How to Change Your Spouse (Without Ruining Your Marriage)
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“I was amazed at the number of powerful, life-changing insights condensed into these pages. This book is a masterpiece, helping couples understand each other better and resolve major issues. Every reader will find hope for a more harmonious marriage”.—-Patrick Morley, author, of The Man in the Mirror.

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DuyGye says:

How to Change Your Spouse (Without Ruining Your Marriage) Absolutely great book. Don’t let your spouse see that you are reading it, and don’t think for a minute that the title is correct. This book is about how to change YOU. This might change your spouse, but it will be by his/her choice, not by manipulation on your part. What you will find is that this is an excellent book about how you can do the things that you are able to do,……and changing someone else is not one of those things. You may understand your spouse better, but you will see that…

Patty Twyman says:

Great book! This is a great book. I liked it so well that I kept telling others about it and I would loan it out. Somebody decided to keep it. LOL

Anonymous says:

worthwhile, enjoyable reading/ good bibliotherapy “How to Change Your Spouse” offers worthwhile, enjoyable reading for people in longterm intimate relationships. It also makes for good outside reading for therapists to give to couples in marriage counseling. Wright and Oliver alternate the authorship of chapters. Both employ a great deal of humor and easily recognizable everyday scenarios in which the reader finds his or her own experiences. Oliver’s writing feels especially supportive and encouraging.

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