I am glad to see KCLS offering this book. I own a 1983, Word published copy; worn, reread multiple timed, and won't even lend it out.
There are multiple Pearls of Wisdom you can gain from this book. Today, I referenced Chapter 16 as I was led to revisit Dobson's concept on how to build a relationship and sustain it. Previously, the book offered me direction and hope in a failing(ed) marriage, which I don't know of any book out there quite like this, believe me I searched, and although some suggestions you may want counsel with, overall I give it a 10.
Yes, love must be tough, but this book presents solutions that are more along the lines of manipulative games, placing blame on the 'offender' instead of responsibility for a breakdown of communication or the relationship in general on both parties. It is also incredibly condescending in overall tone. I do not recommend this book for anyone, Christian or otherwise.
during tough times involving marital striffe one party is always wanting to beg, promise, coerce, WHATEVER to keep the other party from leaving. This book shows how wrong that is and the correct way to possibly save your marriage and definetly how to save your dignity. Wise words from Dr. Dobson to help us all keep the ones we love in the tough times. GREAT BOOK!
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