On Marriage and Family Life by John ChrysostomOften therapists assign homework, asking their clients to read books that could give them a better understanding of any longstanding marital problems. Check out their recs below. News U. HuffPost Personal Video Horoscopes. Newsletters Coupons. Follow Us.
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David Andersonis the senior pastor of Bridgeway Community Church, a multicultural congregation located in Columbia, Maryland. He is president of a consulting and resource organization called the BridgeLeader Network and a professor of cultural diversity at the University of Phoenix. Anderson received his bachelor?? He lives in the Chicago suburbs. On Marriage and Family Life.
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This bibliography is aimed at married persons and those preparing for marriage. It contains books taking a Christian stance regarding men and women and which could be helpful for developing married and family life. Many are by parents who have gathered together and put down their experiences. The accompanying review notes give an idea of their contents and can be helpful in choosing the right book. Sophia Institute Press, , pp. A simple and refreshing approach to the classic four temperaments and their importance for personal growth, especially their role in the spiritual life and family relations. The authors include many practical examples from real-life experience.
Pick one to read on your next date night , because even the best marriages can use a tune up. Basically any relationship book by Gottman has the approval of couples therapists everywhere, but this one is arguably the best of the best. Gottman has spent his career researching marriage partnerships, and has come up with seven essential strategies to help correct behaviors that cause discord in relationships. This insightful book may help you improve your friendships, too. Of all the books about relationships and marriage, this one seems to withstand the test of time. If marriage took place in a vacuum, there would be no outside influences—including in-laws. Rules, schmules!