Happily Remarried: Making Decisions Together - Blending Families Successfully - Building a Love That Will Last
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Number of Pages: 275
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2005
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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Nearly 60 percent of remarriages end in divorce. What can people do to beat the odds?
David and Lisa Frisbie share the fruits of more than 20 years of speaking, teaching, and counseling. Having talked to hundreds of couples, the authors use many real-life examples and speak with hope and humor about the challenges. They point to four key strategies to help bring long-term unity:
- forgive everyone, including yourself
- regard remarriage as permanent and irreversible
- use conflict to get better acquainted
- form a spiritual connection centered on serving God
With further step-by-step marriage-saving advice about forming a new family unit and helpful discussion questions, Happily Remarried makes a great how-to recipe for a successful, happy remarriage.
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Located in: Del Mar, California
Submitted: March 01, 2006
Tell us a little about yourself. Married for 28 years, we are avid tent campers and love being outdoors! We make our home in southern California. So far our speaking and writing has taken us to all 50 United States, 11 of Canada's provinces, and more than two dozen other countries. We're going new places all the time!
What was your motivation behind this project? We'd love to help remarried couples "go the distance" and have a fulfilling, satisfying marriage relationship --- with or without kids, and in spite of all the many obstacles they face. Remarriages can be places of surprising joy and deep intimacy; after all, we tend to learn and grow as we get older.
What do you hope folks will gain from this project? We've spent 25 years listening to remarried couples and blended families, helping them find their way to better health and happier lives. This book brings the best of what we've learned into one place!
Who are your influences, sources of inspiration or favorite authors / artists? The National Marriage Project, centered at Rutgers University, remains a primary source of material for everyone who studies marriages and families. We are contributors to the Strategic Marriage Initiative which was recently launched here in the U.S.
Anything else you'd like readers / listeners to know: This book is filled with the best ideas we've learned from the true experts --- the remarried couples and blended families who are "making it work" every day --- learning from their mistakes as well as their successes. We are honored to know so many of these amazing families!