Item description for Happily Ever After: A Real-Life Look at Your First Year of Marriage . . . and Beyond by Toben And Joanne Heim...
Overview The proposal...the planning...the wedding...the honeymoon...THEN WHAT? Worlds collide when two people come together with completely different views about marriage. Many people think they will become better versions of themselves, but there are other expectations to deal with too - things like: *Sex * Church and spirituality *Finances *In-laws *Disagreements *Household chores Such is the case for countless couples. More time and energy is spent on preparing for the wedding than for the marriage. Written with openness and brimming with practical advice, Toben and Joanne Heim reflect on the struggles and triumphs of their first year of marriage to provide a realistic and hopeful view of "happily ever after."
Publishers Description Irritations, differences of opinion, and opposing lifestyles may not have seemed obvious when you were dating, but now that you're married, that's all you can see. "Happily Ever After" will help you establish realistic expectations and goals for marriage through stimulating questions, journal pages, and honest personal stories. This useful resource will be featured on the DVD release of an upcoming major motion picture, "You, Me and Dupree."
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Studio: Kregel Publications
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.46" Width: 5.56" Height: 0.51" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2006
Publisher Kregel Publications
ISBN 0825427584 ISBN13 9780825427589
Reviews - What do customers think about Happily Ever After: A Real-Life Look at Your First Year of Marriage . . . and Beyond?
Honest...Truthful...Real Mar 31, 2008
This book is one that we use at our church in Marriage Counseling. It is a very honest book about a real couples struggles in dealing with a mate. Too many times we try to idealize this process, but the truth is, marriage is the bringing together of two unique and definitely human people who bring baggage and personality into the union. You'll hate this book if you don't want to deal with the real issues...which I'm afraid too much of the Christian culture sees as acceptable.
DO NOT BUY THIS BOOK!!!!!! Dec 19, 2007
This book was a waste of time. It spent too much time quoting the Message and too little time focusing on a true biblical marriage. This book is not based on true biblical foundations at all. READER BEWARE!!!!