Item description for Generation NeXt Marriage: The Couple's Guide to Keeping It Together by Tricia Goyer...
Overview Speaking as a Gen-Xer herself, Goyer explores ways to protect a marriage despite the broken relationships of previous generations and offers practical helps for negotiating kids, work, sex, money, and laundry--sometimes all in the same evening.
Publishers Description Do you still find yourself humming the love songs of the 80s and 90s? Do you still believe that every marriage should be between soul mates? But...do you wonder how you can succeed at love and marriage when the generation you grew up in didn't?
Marriage isn't what it used to be-it can be better than ever. If you are a Gen Xer, your marriage has challenges and potentials that no other generation has known. A Gen Xer herself, Tricia Goyer offers realistic help to achieve the God-honoring marriage you long for. She includes... -Ways to protect your marriage despite the broken relationships modeled in your youth -Stories, suggestions, and confessions from fellow Gen Xers facing the "What now?" question of real-life marriage -Advice from the ultimate marriage survival guide: the Bible -Stats, quizzes, sidebars, and study questions related to this "relationally challenged" time in history -Practical helps for negotiating kids, work, sex, money, and dirty laundry-sometimes all in the same evening If you are part of a generation of adults who don't want to bow to their culture "or "live and love like their parents did . . . this book is for you.
Generation NeXt Marriage: The Couple's Guide to Keeping it Together
By Tricia Goyer
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Studio: Multnomah Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 6.25" Height: 8.75" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Jan 15, 2008
Publisher Multnomah Books
ISBN 1590529103 ISBN13 9781590529102
Availability 0 units.
More About Tricia Goyer
Tricia Goyer is the author of several books, including Night Song and Dawn of a Thousand Nights, both past winners of the ACFW's Book of the Year Award for Long Historical Romance. Goyer lives with her family in Montana. Mike Yorkey is the author or coauthor of dozens of books, including the bestselling Every Man's Battle series. Married to a Swiss native, Yorkey lived in Switzerland for 18 months. He and his family currently reside in California.
Tricia Goyer currently resides in Little Rock.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Generation NeXt Marriage: The Couple's Guide to Keeping It Together?
Every Marriage Needs a Boost Like This! Apr 7, 2008
Where were you in the 1980's? I was in junior high wearing rainbow stripped leg warmers, watching Flash Dance, and listening to Brian Adams sing.
I graduated from high school in 1987, and I am a Gen X Mom. How about you?
Author Tricia Goyer has put together a wonderful book just for us, Gen X moms. It is funny, meaningful and fun to read.
Maybe you have challenges in your marriage. Or you know someone who does. Or maybe you want to make yoru marriage even stronger than it already is.
So, do you still find yourself humming the love songs of the 80s and 90s?Do you still believe that every marriage should be between soul mates?
But -- do you wonder how you can succeed at love and marriage when the generation you grew up in didn't?Marriage isn't what it used to be-it can be better than ever.
If you are a Gen Xer, your marriage has challenges and potentials that no other generation has known. A Gen Xer herself, Tricia Goyer offers realistic help to achieve the God-honoring marriage you long for.
She includes:·Ways to protect your marriage despite the broken relationships modeled in your youth·Stories, suggestions, and confessions from fellow Gen Xers facing the "What now?" question of real-life marriage·
I had so much fun reading this book, and along with the giggles and chuckles, I learned a lot about how to make my marriage even stornger.
Blessings- Trish Berg Book Reviewer, Author www.TrishBerg.com
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Christian Marriage Guide with Heart & Humor Apr 6, 2008
Generation NeXt Marriage by Tricia Goyer is a terrific, hip Christian guide to marriage for Generation X. As the first generation of latch-key kids who often came from broken homes, they view marriage in a way completely different than their parents and grandparents. They are less likely to see divorce as an option and more likely to require authenticity and honesty in their relationships. Each chapter begins with a lyric from a 1970s or 80s song, and Goyer uses that to jumpstart her conversation. And that's how her writing reads: like a conversation with a good friend. She uses statistics and studies to make her points, and them backs them up with Scripture. Goyer is very active online and uses anecdotes from her loyal readers about their marriages to add layers and depth to each discussion. Goyer is just as honest as Gen Xrs demand, including a chapter about a former boyfriend. She'll never make you feel guilty; she encourages and uplifts with humor and compassion. She's always a joy to read.
Sheds a Different Light on a Very Important Topic. Mar 31, 2008
Tricia Goyer is back to talk the the Gen X'ers on her most important topic yet. She does an excellent job of getting the message across. Her format is sound bite easy to read. A perfect book for the uber-involved who read in snippets while escaping into the bathroom for some peace and quiet, or while waiting for soccer practice to end.
Being on the early, early edge of Generation X, some of what she shared didn't quite hit the mark with me, especially some of the music she quoted. But during the beginning years of my marriage and child raising, I became aware of the soundtrack for the Gen X'ers and the heartbeat of the generation sounds loud and clear throughout the book. Many of the issues that Tricia covered apply to most generations. So don't let a lack of immersion in the 80's/ 90's culture become a reason to avoid reading what Tricia shared, or for ignoring the truth that needs to be considered.
I appreciate Tricia's honesty. In Generation NeXt Parenting I considered Tricia an expert. Good grief, she homeschools and writes books and... well, you get the picture. But Tricia paints some not so flattering self-portraits in Generation NeXt Marriage that should endear her to an entire generation of wives. Thanks for your transparency, Tricia. And thank John for his willingness to allow your marriage to be placed under a microscope.
I am a firm believer in investing your money into your marriage since marriage is the framework you build on the foundation of Christ. What are you building, a ranch, a modular, a mansion or a shack? Don't buy the book if you have no intention of using it to guide your own growth and change. Don't buy it for your spouse, either. After all, you may be the only book your spouse chooses to read, so without your change, the message is lost.
If you are tired of doing the same old and getting the same old results, you might find it very useful to look at how culture and your early years have shaped you.
Great Read Mar 19, 2008
This is a great read. Especially if you are a GenXer or if you are struggling to understand a GENXer.