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In-laws Outlaws and the Functional Family: A Real-world Guide to Resolving…

by Harry R. Jackson, Jr.

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0830729674, Paperback)

Harry Jackson wants every home to be a place where God is exalted and family is protected. In a humorous style, he provides real-world answers to real-world family situations. Jackson's message is a triage - an action plan for today's families who need help to survive and thrive in an environment where so many things work to rip the family unit apart. In this "war" every topic is addressed head on - including money issues, communication, parenting, sex, the building blocks of good relationships, strategies to turn generational curses into generational blessings, and more

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