Marriage SOS: 30 Lifelines to Rescue Your Relationship in One Month
EPUB created from retail kindleWhen a marriage is gasping for breath, "emergency" relationshiphelp is needed. Couples are in the throes of high emotion andconfusion, and often don't have what it takes to survive the nextagonizing wave of emotion or uncertainty. Often, one or bothpartners already have a foot out the door. In some cases, thismarriage emergency has happened suddenly. In other cases, coupleshave been treading water for years, languishing in an unhappymarriage and quietly reaching their breaking point.Marriage SOS throws "lifelines" to these drowning relationshipsby giving them easy and effective marriage-saving strategies sothat they can find their way back to shore. It also provides"crisis care" so that couples can survive such ills as affairs orinappropriate opposite-sex friendships, an inability to budget, sexand intimacy issues, divided loyalties (i.e. ex-partners, in-laws),problems with blended families and step-children, and dealing witha belligerent, critical or defensive spouse.In Marriage SOS, leading marriage author-expert DebraMacleod, B.A., LL.B., has gathered her unique brand of practical,pull-no-punches, fast-acting marriage advice into book format. Shehas condensed the most effective strategies from her years ofexperience in successful private practice. These are strategiesthat have managed to help thousands of real-world couples makesometimes overnight improvements to their marriage. Importantly,Marriage SOS is a rare marriage guide that speaks with a candorthat appeals to men as well as women.Part "emergency" marriage manual and part wake-up call tocouples, Debra has created a month-long relationship saver thateach day gives spouses a new and effective lifeline strategy thatcan rescue their relationship in thirty days. It also offers"crisis care" that helps spouses survive those acute or chronicproblems that can drain the life out of a marriage. This remarkablypragmatic, effective and user-friendly book should be essentialreading for all couples.Praise for Debra Macleod from LIBRARY JOURNAL:"Most people spend the largest part of adulthood slogging throughcommitted relationships, and they need books like this."