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Marriage Built to Last: 9 Steps to Life-Long Love
Marriage Built to Last: 9 Steps to Life-Long Love!
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John gives an overview of the book:

Here's what you'll learn by reading "Marriage Built to Last"... Finding a clear & common vision of an ideal future state for the relationship Developing measurable objectives that define why the relationship exists, where it's headed & how you'll measure success Determining attitudes about money & their role in successfully funding the marital enterprise Developing a relationship "love logo" & marketing a unified "relationship brand" Learning how to deal with the consequences of "mergers & acquisitions" in the context of couples, blended families & children from other relationships Creating clear job descriptions that pinpoint each partner’s roles & responsibilities Designing a relationship feedback process complete with tips on regular appraisal sessions
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Here's what you'll learn by reading "Marriage Built to Last"...

  • Finding a clear & common vision of an ideal future state for the relationship
  • Developing measurable objectives that define why the relationship exists, where it's headed & how you'll measure success
  • Determining attitudes about money & their role in successfully funding the marital enterprise
  • Developing a relationship "love logo" & marketing a unified "relationship brand"
  • Learning how to deal with the consequences of "mergers & acquisitions" in the context of couples, blended families & children from other relationships
  • Creating clear job descriptions that pinpoint each partner’s roles & responsibilities
  • Designing a relationship feedback process complete with tips on regular appraisal sessions
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"The key to a happy, healthy intimate relationship is not to find the right person, but to be the right person!"

john-curtis's picture

Depending upon factors such as age, education, income—the divorce rate for 1st marriages can exceed 70%. Our rate of marriage has dropped 50% in 40 years while cohabitation is skyrocketing. Fewer people are getting married now than ever for the 1st time in U.S. history more of us are single than married!

About John

My most exciting announcement is that despite the controversial topic, I just released my 2nd book, "Happily Un-married: Living Together & Loving It!

Since millions of couples now live together and cohabitation is becoming widely accepted and popular...

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