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Whom Not to Marry: Time-Tested Advice from a Higher Authority (edition 2010)

by Pat Connor

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Title:Whom Not to Marry: Time-Tested Advice from a Higher Authority
Authors:Pat Connor
Info:Hyperion (2010), Edition: 1, Hardcover, 240 pages
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Whom Not to Marry: Time-Tested Advice from a Higher Authority by Pat Connor

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Life may seem random, but there are many things you can do to make sure your life partner is the right one. It all starts with being honest with yourself. Having conducted pre-marriage and marriage counseling for more than forty years, Father Pat Connor is something of an expert. His philosophy is simple: A love affair may lead to marriage, but love itself cannot make a marriage work. In the early stages of romance, when infatuation trumps judgment, it can be difficult to see the flaws in your mate and to think rationally about your future. That's where this book comes in. Use your good judgment, Father Pat counsels. Know what you want. Know who is worth loving and who is worth marrying. Once you can do that, you'll stand a much better chance of living happily ever after.--From publisher description.… (more)

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