A Book for Couples

“There are no well-matched couples,” write Hugh and Gayle Prather. “The relationship you want is not the one you began with but the one you will end up with – if you are willing to follow these guidelines and to work in a simple and straightforward way.” Then they explain, with great good humor, the principles they have developed and used in their 22 year marriage and have taught to hundreds of couples across the country. Learning to argue, making joint decisions, sex, money, jealousy, having children, growing old together, affairs, and numerous other areas of concern are covered within one whole and gentle approach that can be used by any two who wish to begin building a great love and unshakable friendship.

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  1. From a Divorce Attorney This is the BEST marriage relationship book I’ve ever read and recommended to clients who are willing to consider reconciliation instead of divorce. One problem-when I lend a client this book, it’s never returned. That’s why I’m having to reorder it in quantity again today. This and P.E.T. are the only two books I ever recommend to clients, and I recommend one or the other routinely to my clients, depending on their situations. The feedback from those who actually read the book is always along…

  2. Super book with real live SOLUTIONS to relationship problems I love The Book For Couples. Not only is it fun and funny reading but it’s extremely helpful. I’ve had mine for ten years and I still pick it up frequently. 

  3. Sink below ego to access real love for partner How to sink below unimportant ego issues to focus on true love for your partner. What is and isn’t worth fighting over. How to forgive and move forward in relationships. Very uplifting.

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