You will enjoy reading this easy to read "how to" for rekindling love in your marriage. ~Debbie Kessler
All throughout my easy reading book are topics concerning "Opening the Lines of Communication" . How to "Look Back to the Beginning" of your love life. What did it look like back when you were dating and just starting out?
In Chapter 7 you will read about the importance of "How to Fight Fair Even in Conflict."
In Chapter 10 I have included many easy and wonderful ways to reconnect to your spouse, even after many years.
This easy to read book is entertaining and full of romantic ideas. You could read this together in one night. Try reading this in bed together and see if the connections start firing again.
Some excerpts from my book:
John & Lisa’s Passionate Love Story
"...We had a whirl wind romance. I never loved anyone or anything like I loved Lisa and she said the same thing. We were married six months later. Both of us were having great success on our jobs and we started attending church on a regular basis. Life just could not get any better…… Then marriage happened…. Lisa became pregnant with our first child and shortly after that our second, which turned out to be our second and third, yes twins and all three girls. It’s funny how children, job, and life can take its toll on a marriage, not divorce threatening or anything but it does dramatically change things. Lisa and I never ever stopped loving each other. But as the kids grew up over the years we were so busy fulfilling our responsibilities that we stopped fulfilling our needs to each other. We became insensitive to each other and began to harbor little grudges towards each other even though we weren’t aware we were doing that. But as the kids became older, (the oldest is now 16 and the twins will be 15 next month) the demands on us become less. That left Lisa and me in a situation of having to learn each other all over again. It has caused a lot of fights, misunderstandings, and finger pointing."
From Chapter 1: Why, Who and What is Going On?
"...Starting with a little honest dialogue, you can begin to put your marriage back together, reconstruct the joy that you once had in the beginning of your relationship, and use that initial joy and your mature experience to make your marriage stronger and happier than ever.
After you have put some careful thoughts into acknowledging what problems you are confronting, it is also important to decide what goals you wish to accomplish. Having goals that you can work together will bring more understanding and cooperation. These two concepts-understanding and cooperation are very beneficial for a healthy marriage."