Gain A New Vision Of Your Marriage
Were you or your spouse married before? You have probably realized by now that marriage is more complicated the second time around. There are more people involved and you are no longer as young or innocent as you were before. Overall, there are more issues to deal with.
This book is like a private marriage retreat for remarried couples! Whether you read the book as a couple, or enjoy it on your own, you will be encouraged in your marriage and gain valuable insights about the complexities you are facing.
Every chapter focuses on different areas you can work on, first focusing on your own healing and then on your marriage. Thoughtful reflection questions and exercise help to make the teaching real and applicable to your life. The author has even included a free 64-page workbook that can be downloaded to help you in the process.
In the first section you will learn how to heal the loss from the end of a previous relationship, whether through divorce or death, and gain hope that your future can be different than your past. In the second section, you will gain practical strategies for making a second marriage work now.
By hearing the author's own story and the stories of other couples, you will discover that the issues you face in your marriage are not insurmountable and a normal part of the process of getting married after the first one ends. You will feel less alone and more supported in your journey.
Grab a copy of Happily Ever After Again: Hope, Healing & Love in Second Marriages to begin your healing journey today.
Chapter titles of the book include:
• Complicated Emotions
• When You Feel Insecure
• Handling Conflict
• The Dance of Opposites
• Becoming A Family
• When You Feel Lonely
Whether you are newly engaged or have been married for twenty years, it's never too late to gain a new vision of your marriage, the way it was meant to be.
Note: This book was previously published under the title, ...
Return to Cedar Hill is the first book in The Hills of Burlington series. It is a heart-warming story of family, both the one we were born with and those we meet along the way.
In search of something she can't quite put a name to Mary Lane returns to the place her family has called home for almost two hundred years. Some would say she was looking for a new beginning, and others who thought they knew her well would insist she was starting over. All that mattered to Mary was that she was once again in the city nestled along the mighty Mississippi. And in returning to Burlington she feels as if she is finally coming home.
But as she takes on the long project of restoring her grandmother's small house the privacy she thought she long desired isn't turning out to be all she expected it to be. Then before she knows it her cousin Casey arrives at her door desperate to find refuge from the high pressure job she can no longer sell her soul for... and live with. The price has become far too high. But unlike her cousin Mary she knows exactly what she's looking for. A new beginning that allows her to look in the mirror each morning and like who she sees.
Together as they grapple with the changes in their lives the two cousins discover long hidden answers to old family secrets. Secrets that lead to a family mystery neither ever anticipated and worry what the answers they may find will mean. The family saga seems never-ending as new answers seem only to lead to more questions.
But it is Mary's unplanned ownership of the family ancestral white elephant down the street that brings even more family members unexpectedly to her door in the middle of the night. Her Aunt Charlie arrives to once again walk through the home she'd grown up in. More... she came longing to be free of the cloistering and often smothering concern of her grown children. Traveling with Charlie is her young granddaughter, nineteen-year-old Mallie, who wanted to make sure her grandmother got where she was ...
The author pledges to donate the proceedings from the sale of this book to one of the charitable foundations that he is associated with. He firmly believes that while our earnings show how we make a living, our contributions to the society show how we make a life.
A little about what this book is all about -
For me, life had always been a game of choices. It is a game of perceptions that we draw everyday within our minds and their associated outlook. To some, life has always been "half-full" while to others; it has been "half-empty". Through this book, I can guarantee that one can easily solder wire the brain to look only for the "half-full" side that our life has to offer. It is not a book of DOs and DONTs, neither it is some kind of a rulebook nor does it unveil the secret recipe of "that" magic potion we had been searching for years.
The book, in reality, is a beautiful compilation of my personal and professional experiences and describes the various teachings that Life offered to me during all these years.
I was always taught that to become wise, you have to make decisions in the form of choices. If your choice is good, it will help you climb a step ahead on the life ladder. But if it backfires, then a unique opportunity is offered to un-learn and re-learn it in such a manner that makes you successful on its next application.
Life is not only stranger than we can imagine, it is more mysterious; one which is like a riddle wrapped in an enigma. Life is also the single-most complex phenomenon to understand after the human brain. Each of us has a unique life to live and each one of us deal with it even more uniquely making it almost impossible to have one size that fits all. However, the book would surely help us create a framework which can help all of us lead and live our life better, happily and blissfully.
Winner of the 2012 Global eBook Award for Humor, the collection of creative essays and short stories in Postcards From Home explores the hilarious and often chaotic world of 'life in the family lane'.
Tag along with Sylvia on excursions to the supermarket and road trips to the cottage; learn about headstrong puppies and Halloween costumes gone wrong; and join family members as they prepare for Father's Day, Christmas holidays, impending job transfers, and the first week of school.
Infused with healthy doses of tongue-in-cheek humor, the award-winning stories in this collection are short enough to read during your daily commute or while waiting at a doctor's office or your local hospital's emergency room (because you WILL be there at some point if you have children).
Postcards From Home remind us that most parents struggle at times and question their parenting skills in their day-to-day world of raising children, and having a sense of humor can help us get through those times when family life becomes crazy.
Genre: Parenting & Relationships Length: 103 Pages (380 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: May 24th, 2020