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The Marriage Garden: Cultivating Your Relationship so it Grows and Flourishes

The Marriage Garden: Cultivating Your Relationship so it Grows and Flourishes
Author: H. Wallace Goddard - James P. Marshall
ISBN 13: 9780470547618
ISBN 10: 470547618
Edition: 1
Publisher: Jossey-Bass
Publication Date: 2010-04-26
Format: Paperback
Pages: 224
List Price: $17.95

Praise for The Marriage Garden

"What a wise and uplifting book! Spiced by the authors’ personal stories, The Marriage Garden takes the best contemporary research on marriage and makes it practical for couples. Even people who don’t like relationship books will like this one!"

—William J.Doherty, PhD, professor, University of Minnesota, and author, Take Back Your Marriage

"We all want a fruitful and flourishing marriage. This book breaks it down, step-by-step, fills us with hope, and puts the glory of the harvest within our reach. It’s a winner!"

—Diane Sollee, director, The Coalition for Marriage, Family and Couples Education, smartmarriages.com

"If the tips from this book are applied, your relationship with your spouse will grow and flourish into a dynamic marriage!"

—Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, happily married for 25 years and stars of the TLC show 18 Kids & Counting

"No matter how strong you think your relationship is, there’s always room to grow. And The Marriage Garden can take even the healthiest of relationships to a new level."

—Jason Wright, New York Times best-selling author, The Wednesday Letters and Christmas Jars

"Filled with tremendous anecdotes, sound advice, and the wisdom of two seasoned experts, The Marriage Garden blooms spectacularly in every way. Whether you’re just married, need to save your marriage, or want to richly enhance it, this book is for you!"

—Stephen R. Covey, author of the best-selling The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

"The Marriage Garden is a home run! It succeeds in giving specific direction and needed counsel to all who are married."

—Dale Murphy, two-time National League Most Valuable Player