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If you watch home improvement shows, you've probably seen those "before" and "after" pictures of total transformation. The DIY Guide to Building a Family That Lasts can help you experience that type of transformation in your personal family life.
Pairing home improvement metaphors with practical steps, makes remembering the transformational tips from Gary Chapman and Sharon Warden fun and memorable. Each chapter introduces a new relationship tool. Before you know it, your spouse and kids will love coming home to your newly created home.
|Title: The DIY Guide to Building a Family that Lasts: 12 Tools for Improving Your Home Life|
By: Gary Chapman, Shannon Warden
Number of Pages: 233
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2019
|Dimensions: 8 X 5.25 (inches)|
Weight: 9 ounces
Stock No: WW419141
Is it really possible to have the home life you want with the people you love?
The most exciting part of any home improvement show is the big revealthat moment when a drab, run-down house becomes a breathtaking new home. What if you could have that with your home life?
Thats what the DIY Guide is all about. In it, youll find practical tools for transforming your home life and dramatically improving your familys culture from Shannon Warden and Dr. Gary Chapman, author of the New York Times #1 Bestseller The 5 Love Languages®. Each chapter teaches you a new home life skill and pairs it with a home improvement metaphor that makes it fun and easy to remember.
You cant hire a contractor for this work, but if youre willing to put in the sweat equity (hard work), youll see results fast. Dont wait any longer. Get started today and give your relational space the renovations it deserves.
DR. SHANNON WARDEN is a professor of counseling at Piedmont International University in Winston-Salem, NC. Previously, she was an assistant teaching professor of counseling at Wake Forest University and an assistant professor of counseling at Gardner-Webb University. As a licensed professional counselor for over twenty years, she has counseled with hundreds of couples and families. For more information about Shannon, visit www.shannonwarden.com.