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Adam & Eve: Marriage Secrets from the Garden of Eden
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0809141175, Paperback)Hidden deep below the surface of the story of Adam and Eve are 25 secrets to a happy, fulfilling marriage. Marriages become strained or fail when they're not aligned to the spiritual order of the universe. But with these easy-to-read secrets, every man and woman can master the art of aligning themselves to the laws of God's Garden-- to create their own personal Garden of Eden.
Sensitively-written for today's Adams and Eves of all faiths and denominations, as well as those inspired by self-help or popular spiritual teachings, author Michael Shevack shows readers how to have a relationship that combines individual freedom, without restrictive roles, with the security of a traditional marriage. Spiritually eye-opening, yet immensely practical, including exercises to help readers consciously change old patterns, these marriage secrets include: Knowing Each Other's Boundaries and Honoring Them (Marriage Secret #16); Never, Ever Blame (Marriage Secret # 12); Think before You Act (Marriage Lesson #13); and Turn Away from Temptation (Marriage Lesson #18).
Adam and Eve: Marriage Secrets from the Garden of Eden offers biblical truths in fresh, insightful ways to help couples solve problems quickly and stay joyfully married forever.
--engaged or committed couples looking for a new model for marriage-- a contemporary, spiritual one-- to build a happy, long-lasting relationship.
--married couples who want to deepen their understanding and commitment, and increase the sparkle in their marriage, year after year.
--pastoral counselors, marriage counselors and clergy of all faiths.
--marriage enrichment classes or committed couples' groups.
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