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If you can get over some of the underlying religious tones and judgment that isn’t founded on research or good therapeutic or clinical fundamentals, it’s actually a decent book. I found that topics such as alcohol consumption and pornography use, were not well researched at all. It’s what you’d get in a standard pastoral counseling session. Many of the talking points could be pulled right from focus on the family or another religious organization. However, despite that, the discussions on accusations, letting go, control, and managing hurt, those were built on good foundations and valuable in the healing or reconstruction of the marital relationship. If you’re Christian, this is less overt. For others, you’ll see it.
I’d also like the author to understand that we’re not broken, or flawed. Perfection is subjective. We are hurt, we are malleable, we are learning, we are feeling, we are human, we are evolved (not created), we are change even though change is hard, we are beautiful and ugly. Your judgement was a major detractor in the book.