Item description for HELP! My Spouse and I Are Drifting Apart (The Help! Series) by Bill Maier & Mitch Temple...
Overview Due to demands of work, parenthood, and packed schedules, many husbands and wives find themselves drifting apart emotionally. The results can include feelings of loss and loneliness. Author Mitch Temple, a licensed marriage and family therapist, provides practical suggestions to help restore emotional intimacy and support in one's marriage, even in the midst of today's hectic lifestyles.
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Studio: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.92" Width: 4.78" Height: 0.31" Weight: 0.16 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2007
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers
ISBN 1589974573 ISBN13 9781589974579
Availability 0 units.
More About Bill Maier & Mitch Temple
Maier is a child and family psychologist. Dr. Maier received his master's and doctoral degrees from the Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University.
Bill Maier currently resides in Colorado Springs, in the state of Colorado.
Reviews - What do customers think about HELP! My Spouse and I Are Drifting Apart (The Help! Series)?
Simple and to the point, easy reading Aug 7, 2008
I was given this book by a family member it took me about 40 minutes to read because I could relate to it. Great tips on where and how to start on bringing the intimacy back to life as well as what stresses a marriage goes through which causes the flame to die out. Suggestions and ideals on what needs to be done to get that flame sparking again. Book is only 87 pages.
An unexpected love story. Dec 1, 2005
Wayside, Oregon, population 17,900, seems like a Norman Rockwell painting come to life, with sixteen churches and a picturesque Main Street studded with cherry trees and flower borders. For caterer Amber Montgomery, Wayside is the perfect place to heal from her past as an abused wife and establish a new identity as the beloved local "cookie lady." For Police Chief Paul Evans, Wayside is the ideal town in which to raise his orphaned niece and nephew, far from the violence and grit of his former life as a D.C. cop.
But when a misunderstanding leads to Chief Evans hauling the feisty Amber to jail, this sleepy town begins to rock. And when these instant adversaries find themselves paired as chaperons on a Community Christian Church youth camping trip, both are forced to confront fears they'd rather ignore to save a life...and find the courage and faith to love.
Will The Madness Ever End? Feb 19, 2004
There are far too many books written about spousal abuse. Our community needs to take a look at this serious subject and come up with an answer. This book depicts abuse and a case of unlawful imprisonment, which is a good story to tell that has not been told. I applaud the author for being bold in writing about this subject matter. I also recommend this book called "LUST OF THE FLESH." This is yet another excellent story that has never been told in its fashion.