Item description for The New Building Your Mate's Self-Esteem by Dennis Rainey & Barbara Rainey...
Overview Rich in practical insights and anecdotes, this information-packed marriage classic teaches readers how to spot behavioral clues that indicate the condition of their spouse's self-esteem and how to use ten key "building blocks" to nurture their mate and their marriage. Chapters address topics such as unconditional love, handling crises, and keeping the torch burning.
Publishers Description Self-esteem is either the crippler or the completer of the marriage relationship, says Dennis Rainey. From their personal and seminar experiences with thousands of couples, Dennis and Barbara Rainey have found that one of the most vital, yet most often missing, ingredients in a marriage today is the diligent effort on the part of each spouse to build the other's self-esteem.
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.9" Width: 5.9" Height: 0.9" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Jul 21, 1995
Publisher Thomas Nelson
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ISBN 0785278249 ISBN13 9780785278245 UPC 020049025123
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More About Dennis Rainey & Barbara Rainey
Dennis Rainey Dennis and Barbara Rainey are co-founders of FamilyLife, a division of Campus Crusade for Christ, and authors of the bestselling books Moments Together for Couples and Staying Close. Dennis cohosts the daily radio program FamilyLife Today, heard by 4 million people each week. The Raineys have six children and two grandchildren and live in Little Rock, Arkansas. Barbara Rainey Dennis and Barbara Rainey are co-founders of FamilyLife, a division of Campus Crusade for Christ, and authors of the bestselling books Moments Together for Couples and Staying Close. Dennis cohosts the daily radio program FamilyLife Today, heard by 4 million people each week. The Raineys have six children and two grandchildren and live in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Dennis Rainey currently resides in Little Rock Little Rock Litt, in the state of Arkansas. Dennis Rainey was born in 1948.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The New Building Your Mate's Self-Esteem?
Edifying Your Spouse & Building Your Marriage in the Process Dec 28, 2001
It is quite easy to look at the cover this book (or books like this) and scoff at titles like this because of the seemingly endless parade of marriage/relationship books available. However, Dennis & Barbara Rainey offer a sensative and practical book aimed at edifying your spouse and improving your marriage relationship in the process.
Assuming you are of the school of thought that people don't just bumble in marriage and somehow make "it will all work out", then this book makes an excellent handbook/reference book whether you are married or aspiring to be. If all things successful require planning and delegence among other things, then it makes sense that marriage is no different. The Rainey's through this offering will guide you by their own success at applying these detailed Biblical principles producing real life results, some more positive than others, but all conquerable.
The key to enjoying this book in to understand effort is required, but it's so practical and so well supported by their testimony in the form of very short true stories it offers hope because their success can be replicated. The book covers a wide variety of topics in a general sense such as self-image, unrealistic expectations, dealing with the past and the impact of the spoken word to name a few. Issues that will manifest themselves in the form of attitudes, tendencies or patterns in the marriage relationship.
There are esteem oriented projects for the married couple to work together. Again, this is the key to excellent books such as these, the willingness to be open to change and to admit that you may not know everything and or you may need some help.
With a willing attitude this book have impact, excellent book.
Married to a new man Apr 27, 2000
This was the greatest wedding gift that I was given. I am really learning my husbands language. It gives specific advice on how to build your husband up in his role as leader. It's principles are biblically sound and backed with scripture. An excellent source for wives on building your husband into the leader you always knew he was. This book is an awesome tool to get your marriage back on the right track with your husband feeling confident as the head of the wife/household.
Fairly good discussion guide for Christian married couples. Dec 29, 1997
This is the Group Leader's Guide which contains the participant study guide plus discussion leader notes. This series of lessons is aimed at Christian married couples. The back cover starts... Why marriage is God's workshop for self-esteem. Part of God's plan for marriage is for you to help your mate become all that He intended. While that may sound like a big job, all it takes is letting your mate know that you accept them and are committed to meeting their needs. ... A large part of this book is examining Biblical teachings in light of the marriage relationship and the marriage partners' personal faith. The copyright page says "FamilyLife is a part of Campus Crusade for Christ International, an evangelical Christian organization founded in 1951 by Bill Bright. FamilyLife was started in 1976 to help fulfill the Great Commission by strengthening marriages and families and then equipping them to go to the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ." If your personal beliefs do not coincide with the evangelical approach, you may find some material to be wrong or offensive. Given this context, this course seems to be fairly good.