The Marriage You've Always Wanted Review/Giveaway

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First of all I have to say happy Valentines Day! I could have gotten this post up sooner but thought it would be fun to put it up today. This book is great for a day like today. I know love is in the air in my home.

I was very excited when I found out I had the chance to read and review The Marriage You've Always Wanted. The author Dr. Gary Chapman is the author of The 5 Love Languages. I have heard great things about that book but have not gotten to read it yet. It is next on my list. 
In The Marriage You've Always Wanted Dr. Gary Chapman gives you expert advice and common sense methods to make your marriage stronger. He talks about how to become one with your partner. This is the key to a happy and healthy relationship. 

Dr. Gary Chapman helps with questions like:
"Why won't my partner change?"
"How can we stop arguing about money?"
"How do I get him to listen to me?"
"What if I'm the only one working at the marriage?"
I loved that these questions were touched on. I know I ask a few of them daily.

The book even has "your turn" sections. These sections are exercises to do by yourself or with your partner. They make you think and help you grow. I enjoyed these a lot. I really liked that they brought in bible verses and kept God in it. 

I truly love this book and will go back to it as a resource. If you would like to learn more about the author or the book please visit: 5 Love Languages. You can also enter to win a copy below. Good luck!


  1. I don't think we need work, but it would be nice to learn how manage certain situations better. we have a pretty great marriage.