What Happened to Happily Ever After? Paperback

Fixing the 10 Mistakes Most Couples Make

by David E Clarke;

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What Happened to Happily Ever After?

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Current estimates suggest that forty to fifty percent of marriages will end in separation. Couples are struggling to maintain intimacy amidst hectic careers, raising children, and lack of knowledge on how to improve their marriage. Every couple wants to live happily ever after, but wives and husbands often repeat common mistakes and end up with intimacy-challenged marriages. It wont be too long before their okay marriage is a bad marriage, and divorce is a serious option. Happily ever after is not a fairy tale. But there is hope! Dr. David E. Clarke, says couples can rejuvenate their marriages and discover the deep bond God wants them to enjoy. He shows them how they created an okay but boring marriage, and how they can fix intimacy-killing mistakes. As couples read this book and improve their marriage, they will begin to enjoy the journey to happily ever after.

What Happened to Happily Ever After? by David E Clarke was published by Creation House in February 2016. The ISBN for What Happened to Happily Ever After? is 9781629986937.

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Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherCreation House (February 2016)
Number of Pages256
Thickness16 mm
Height229 mm
Width152 mm
Product Code4367514
Page last updated 7th February 2017
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