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Traits of a lasting marriage : what strong marriages have in common / Jim and Sally Conway. [print]

By: Conway, Jim [author]Contributor(s): Conway, Sally | Conway, Jim. Your marriage can survive mid-life crisisMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Downers Grove, Illinois : InterVarsity Press, [(c)1991. Description: 262 pages ; 21 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0830812938Subject(s): Marriage -- Religious aspects -- ChristianityLOC classification: BV835.T735 1991BV835.C767.T735 1991COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Pt.1 A familiar pattern The stages of marriage Potential pitfalls Pt.2 Ten traits of an intimate marriage: ; Trait one: a lifelong commitment Trait two: Mutuallly satisfying communication Trait three: Spiritual vitality Trait four: Effective conflict resolution Trait five: Energy from friends Trait six: Sexual intimacy Trait seven: Time to laugh and play Trait eight: Realistic expectations Trait nine: Serving one another Trait ten: Alive and growing Pt.3 Strengthening and rebuilding marriage: ; Facing major problems Making your marriage better Rebuilding a crumbling marriage.
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Non-fiction BV835.C64 1991 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 31923000806212

Rev. edition of: Your marriage can survive mid-life crisis. c1987.

"Saltshaker books."

Pt.1 A familiar pattern The stages of marriage Potential pitfalls Pt.2 Ten traits of an intimate marriage: ; Trait one: a lifelong commitment Trait two: Mutuallly satisfying communication Trait three: Spiritual vitality Trait four: Effective conflict resolution Trait five: Energy from friends Trait six: Sexual intimacy Trait seven: Time to laugh and play Trait eight: Realistic expectations Trait nine: Serving one another Trait ten: Alive and growing Pt.3 Strengthening and rebuilding marriage: ; Facing major problems Making your marriage better Rebuilding a crumbling marriage.

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