Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts Dr. Les and Dr. Leslie Parrott
Seven questions to ask before (and after you marry)
Love is like a tennis match; you’ll never win consistently until you learn how to serve. Dan P. Herod
Boundaries in Marriage Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend
Only when you and your mate know and respect each other’s needs, choices, and freedom can you give yourselves freely and lovingly to one another.
The crucial element of “two becoming one” is that the two people must be complete in and of themselves-they must be adults before they marry.
Boundaries are not something you “set on” another person. Boundaries are about yourself.
The Seven Principles For Making Marriage Work John Gottman Ph.D.
Happy spouses do not keep tabs on whether their mate is washing the dishes as a payback because they cooked dinner. They just do it because they generally feel positive about their spouse and their relationship.
There are few gifts that a couple can give each other greater than the joy that comes from feeling known and understood. Take the love map test.
The Dude’s Guide to Manhood Darrin Patrick
True manhood isn’t unearthed by accident. It doesn’t simply happen as we get older or as our circumstances change. It is handed down one generation to the next. It is passed on from those who have learned from others to those who are on the outside looking in. Only the coachable can walk the long path of true manhood.
Letting Go of Worry Dr. Linda Mintle
God’s plan for Finding Peace and Contentment
How to deal with difficult relationships June Hunt
Every person is affected daily by countless relationships of one kind or another. Some are enjoyable and encouraging, while others drag us down and hurt us. What can we do to make the best of the difficult relationships and resolve the problems that arise in them?
Who Wants To Be Normal Anyway?! Kent Julian
A Teen Guide to Real Success and Ultimate Coolness
If you want to be successful in life, simply watch what most people do in a given situation, and then do the opposite-nine times out of ten, you’ll receive greater rewards-Earl Nightingale.
The Five Love Languages of Teenagers Gary Chapman
Just like adults, teenagers desperately need to feel that they are loved. Yet communication this truth to our kids can be challenging. You will learn to speak your child’s primary love language.
Quality Time/Words of Affirmation/Gifts/Physical Touch/Acts of Service
Have a New Teenager by Friday Dr. Kevin Leman
From Mouthy and Moody to respectful and Responsible in 5 Days.
The Power Of A Parents Words H. Norman Wright
How you can use loving, effective communication to increase your child’s self esteem.
If you withhold words of love, affirmation and encouragement from your child, you will stunt his emotional and spiritual growth.
Fears, Doubts, Blues, and Pouts H. Norman Wright and Gary Oliver
Stories About Handling Fear, Worry, Sadness, and Anger.
The Truth About Children and Divorce Robert E. Emery, Phd
Dealing with the emotions so you and your children can thrive
The Smart Step-Family Ron L. Deal
Seven steps to a Healthy Family