Sixty Minute Marriage Paperback
Transform your relationship in one hour
by Rob Parsons;
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Sixty Minute Marriage
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Rob Parsons presents an action plan to revolutionise every relationship. Issues he faces and deals with include:
- Are affairs good for a marriage?
- How to argue - effectively
- Why many men say, 'My wife's not interested in sex'
- Why cutting your credit card in half can save your marriage
- How a divorce will affect your children.
Everyone wants a wonderful marriage and 'The 60 Minute Marriage' lets you know that marriage is more than just romance - sometimes it's a fight to keep it alive. Rob Parsons gives insight into the root of the problems and recommends practical solutions such as sharing with your partner your past hurts, heartbreaks and disappointments. This simple act of open honesty, he says, will help you and your partner put things into context, promote understanding and start the healing.
Sixty Minute Marriage by Rob Parsons was published by Hodder & Stoughton in October 2009 and is our 7899th best seller. The ISBN for Sixty Minute Marriage is 9780340995976.
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Details for Sixty Minute Marriage
|Author / Artist||Rob Parsons|
|Publisher||Hodder & Stoughton (October 2009)|
|Number of Pages||112|
|Page last updated||9th September 2016|