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Don’t Divorce

Don’t Divorce

by Diane Medved
256 Pages · 2017 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Our Best Life Together
by Joel Osteen, Victoria Osteen
304 Pages · 2018 · 30  MB · 2 Downloads · New!
Our Best Life Together is the devotional, relationship, self-help and couple therapy guide for the couple that teaches them how to encourage each other for a better future. Joel Osteen and Victoria Osteen are the authors of this fabulous book. Joel and Victoria are husband and wife. They both love each other and set an example for all the couples. In this guide, they encourage people to marry and enjoy the beautiful married life. Marriage is one of the blessings from God and it increases happiness and peace in your life. Joel shares the tips for a successful and happy married life. Make a promise to yourself that you will make your partner feel good about themselves. Do the things that you both enjoy. There is no need to get involved in competition with your partner. Your love must be genuine and never think of breaking the trust of your partner. Do your future planning together and listen to each other’s priorities. Avoid making such arguments or decisions that undermine the self-respect. Communication plays a key role in all kinds of relationships. Use soft words and tongue. Live tighter in difficult and hard times then you will clearly see a difference in your life.
Codependency For Dummies
by Darlene Lancer
368 Pages · 2015 · 5 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Codependency For Dummies by is the relationship, recovery, codependency and self-help book which shares multiple strategies to get over codependency. Darlene Lancer is the author of this remarkable book. This is the second edition of the trusted guide that teaches people how to value their self and break the chains of codependency. Codependency is a learned behavior that affects the individual’s health and relations. This terminology is also popular with “relation addiction” where people have one-sided relation, emotionally destructive and abusive relations. The doctors discover the disease about ten years ago and it is common in the families who are alcoholics. It affects your partner, sibling, co-worker, friend, and parents if you are the patient. The dysfunctional family is also the reason to lead the family members towards codependency. The chances are high if you live in the fear, shame, pain, anger or being denied by others.