The DNA of Relationships for Couples- Dr. Greg Smalley, Dr. Robert S. Paul, Donna K. WallaceThrough the pages of this book, the reader will observe a true to life “Intensive” with typical couples and typical issues. Gain an appreciation for the superb professionalism that gently helps each couple penetrate their divisive baggage and find anew their common hopes and dreams for the future.
The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts- Dr. Gary ChapmanYou will wonder how you could have been so blind to have never considered what makes your loved one really feel loved. Statistically most couples do not share the same view of what makes them feel loved. Could that explain why flowers and bon bons never worked?
The Unexpected Legacy of Divorce: The 25 Year Landmark Study- Judith S. Wallerstein, Julia M. Lewis, and Sandra BlakesleeNo, Johnny may not be alright. Certainly many children seem to do just fine with the divorce of their parents, but statistically the best gift you can give your children is a stable two parent home, even if it isn’t perfect. No couple with children should ever divorce until they have thoroughly studied this book and have carefully considered all ramifications of their actions now and in the future. Perhaps they will conclude that a Clearing Marriage Intensive Retreat is certainly worth the time and effort.
The Case for Marriage: Why Married People are Happier, Healthier, and Better Off Financially- Linda J. Waite and Maggie GallagherA scholarly review and distillation of the voluminous, excellent social science data available about all aspects of marriage. Young people who are understandably skeptical of marriage in America today would do well to consider the facts of the matter.
Marriage & Family Wellness: Corporate America’s Business?- Matthew D. Turvey, Psy. D. and David H. Olson, Ph.D.An excellent research report done for the Marriage CoMission that succinctly makes the case for why Corporate America needs to get involved in marriage and family wellness for the sake of their own bottom line as well as that of the nation.
Why Marriage Matters, 3rd Ed.: Thirty Conclusions from the Social Sciences- A Report from Family Scholars