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Do you remember the day you got married? Can you remember the excitement, the dreams, the happiness, and the love? Are you still as passionate about the relationship as you were on that day? Has your married life been as beautiful as you had expected it to be? Does the name of your spouse bring a smile on your face?
Unfortunately, the answer to these questions may not be a definite yes for everyone. People enter into a relationship with great expectations about a bright future together. However with time, the rosy picture fades away and couples tend to drift away emotionally.
This book has been written for people who want to transform their relationship with their spouse. This is for all those people who love their partner and want to take their relationship to an all new level. The Marriage Mantra contains the 10 guiding principles that will help you build a beautiful marriage.
In this book you will:
Discover new ways to build a deeper connection with your partner.
Understand which areas in your relationship need your attention so that you can take the necessary action to improve them.
Find out the root cause for the misunderstandings and arguments with your spouse.
Equip yourself with the essential tools and right mindset to deal with such situations in a much better way.
It doesn't matter if you are planning to get married, have just gotten married or have been married for 50+ years! Everyone has the scope to get better at loving their partner and receiving love back.
Includes interviews with 10 inspiring people who have been leading a powerful married life.
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By KJ on 01-14-18
IMO honestly unbearable to listen to
I feel like I wasted my book credit on this one. I don't believe in a lot of spiritual energies and things so I usually look for the
proven methods with scientific or statistical support. The first part sounded like an over inflated infomercial. I stayed through to the first principle and action and was just completely turned off by the narrative. He seemed unfocused and reaching for someone so supposedly sought after by friends. I honestly stopped reading after that. To be fair, the voicing is coompletely fine.