Item description for The DNA of Relationships for Couples by Greg Smalley, Robert S. Paul & Donna K. Wallace...
Overview With helpful and practical solutions, this book shows readers who are struggling in their marriage the steps to take to strengthen and rebuild their relationship.
Publishers Description This book shows readers who are struggling in their marriage the steps to take to strengthen and rebuild their marriage relationship. The practical solutions are built on the basic steps that are explained in "The DNA of Relationships." Smalley uses fictional couples (based on real client experience) who are grappling with real-life problems ranging from work and family priority balance issues to extramarital affairs. Through the telling of the stories of real couples going through the step-by-step counseling process, the book provides a tool to help both partners identify destructive relationship habits and explains how to begin the rebuilding process.
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Studio: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.2" Width: 5.5" Height: 1" Weight: 1 lbs.
Release Date Jan 30, 2006
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers
ISBN 0842383220 ISBN13 9780842383226
Availability 0 units.
More About Greg Smalley, Robert S. Paul & Donna K. Wallace
Dr. Greg Smalley is the coauthor of eight books, including The DNA of Relationships for Couples and The Marriage You've Always Dreamed Of. He is the director of Church Relationship Ministries for the Center for Relationship Enrichment at John Brown University and is also the founder of the National Institute of Marriage. Dr. Shawn Stoever currently serves as a senior director for a nonprofit ministry called the WinShape Foundation, and he previously served as director.
Greg Smalley currently resides in Ozark, in the state of Missouri.
Reviews - What do customers think about DNA Of Relationships For Couples?
Wow Jan 9, 2007
Great adventure for couples who would like some answers and the tools to find them.
Life Changing Read Oct 7, 2006
I've read many, many marriage books, but none has compared to the depth, wisdom, hope and authenticity of this book. Because of the expertly woven stories, I identified with each couple's struggles. I cheered when they realized where they'd gotten off track and I cringed as I saw myself in their desperation. And through it all, I learned amazing truths about myself, my God and my marriage.
Everywhere I go, I hear about the impact of this book and the principles within. If you're struggling in your marriage, longing to see relational health, I highly recommend picking up a copy of this book. Dr. Bob Paul and Dr. Greg Smalley's proven and surprising insight will, if you let it, revolutionize the way you interact with and love your spouse.
out of the classroom Mar 15, 2006
I have been watching, listening to, and reading information about marriage for many years. Never before have I gotten so lost in a marriage book that I hated to put it down. In DNA for Couples the lost art of story-telling is found. As you read about the lives of these other couples, you will find yourself understanding your own relationship better. It feels like the authors have taken the subject of marriage out of the classroom and put it into the living room where it belongs. Just when I thought every marriage book was going to be a revamping of all the others, I waded into this one and realized that there are new ideas and better ways to present them. What a breath of fresh air. You've gotta give this one a try. It is amazing!
Highly recommended reading: married or single Feb 19, 2006
I read "The DNA of Relationships" by Dr. Gary Smalley. The information was so exciting that I have incorporated into my conversational repoire with my family, friends, and work colleagues. "The DNA of Relationships for Couples" by Dr. Greg Smalley and Dr. Robert Paul is no less intriguing. Whether married or single, I would place both of these books on a "must read" basis. I have enjoyed a satisfying marriage for 25 years, but I now understand the delicate relational balance needed for a mutually blessed marriage for both partners.