FOR THE LOVE OF MARRIAGE

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For The Love Of Marriage

Author : John M. Drescher
ISBN : 1561481688
Genre : Family & Relationships
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John Drescher brings together into one book his insights about marriage after many years of experience and counseling. His gentle advice and interesting, practical anecedotes fill this attractive book with warmth and encouragement.
Category: Family & Relationships

For The Love Of Marriage

Author : SK Bell
ISBN : 9781329998841
Genre : Religion
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Whether you’re newly engaged, enjoying your empty-nest golden years, or somewhere in the middle, your marriage (or marriage-to-be) is something beautiful. In a world that views marriage so negatively, For the Love of Marriage reaches a little deeper. This collection of essays celebrates the beauty of marriage, a bond like no other.
Category: Religion

Purpose And Power Of Love And Marriage

Author : Myles Munroe
ISBN : 9780768422511
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Probably no other dimension of human experience has been pondered, discussed, debated, analyzed, and dreamed about more than the nature of true love. Love is everywhere -- in songs and in books, on televisions and on movie screens. Yet, for all of our thinking and talking, how many of us truly understand love and where can we turn for genuine insight in matters of true love?
Category: Family & Relationships

10 Steps To Success In Love And Marriage

Author : Alex Mugume
ISBN : 0974216402
Genre : Love
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This workbook is based on an in-depth study of 1,064 successfully and unsuccessfully married adults. Analysis of their relationships revealed patterns with invaluable knowledge that lead to the development of this '10-Step Smart Lover's Model' as a decision-making tool for managing risks in choosing and keeping a spouse. This book reveals the useful information you need to know to empower you to make smarter decisions in building a strong foundation for your love relationship.This book shows you how to skillfully choose and keep your lover successfully, without making painful marital mistakes. The '10 Steps to Success in Love and Marriage' reveals the hard facts you need to learn to enable you to unlock the secrets in building a lifetime love relationship. This is the life-shaping knowledge you will use your whole life long, to protect your heart and make you deeply fulfilled in your love relationship. This workbook makes an invaluable gift to your loved ones, who desire not to be just married, but to skillfully and confidently create a successful love relationship that lasts forever.This book will equip you with the following benefits:1. Discover your true self, and unique compatibility features.2. Design the profile of your true wife or husband; attract that specific lover like magic, and start your marriage from a rock solid foundation.3. Develop the best loving skill to avoid the heartache of a breakup.4. Use the latest SLM process protocol as a system that gives you a procedure under which to operate, guide, and protect your family's legacy.5. Increase your knowledge to avoid the common marital mistakes, by building over 40,000 years of other people's experiences.6. Become a Better Spouse and create a warm and fulfilling love relationship.7. Develop the 15 self-help success mindsets you need to make your marriage richer, freer, and more sensational.
Category: Love

Courtship Love And Marriage In Nineteenth Century English Canada

Author : Peter Ward
ISBN : 9780773507494
Genre : History
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Courtship, love, and marriage are seen today as very private affairs, and historians have generally concluded that after the late eighteenth century young people began to enjoy great autonomy in courtship and decisions about marriage. Peter Ward disagrees with this conclusion and argues that freedom in nineteenth-century English Canada was constrained by an intricate social, institutional, and familial framework which greatly influenced the behaviour of young couples both before and after marriage.
Category: History

Love Marriage

Author : V. V. Ganeshananthan
ISBN : 9781588366894
Genre : Fiction
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In this globe-scattered Sri Lankan family, we speak of only two kinds of marriage. The first is the Arranged Marriage. The second is the Love Marriage. In reality, there is a whole spectrum in between, but most of us spend years running away from the first toward the second. [p. 3] The daughter of Sri Lankan immigrants who left their collapsing country and married in America, Yalini finds herself caught between the traditions of her ancestors and the lure of her own modern world. But when she is summoned to Toronto to help care for her dying uncle, Kumaran, a former member of the militant Tamil Tigers, Yalini is forced to see that violence is not a relic of the Sri Lankan past, but very much a part of her Western present. While Kumaran’s loved ones gather around him to say goodbye, Yalini traces her family’s roots–and the conflicts facing them as ethnic Tamils–through a series of marriages. Now, as Kumaran’s death and his daughter’s politically motivated nuptials edge closer, Yalini must decide where she stands. Lyrical and innovative, V. V. Ganeshananthan’s novel brilliantly unfolds how generations of struggle both form and fractures families. Praise for Love Marriage “A beautiful first novel. This intricately woven tale, with its universal themes of love and estrangement, presents an exciting new voice in American literature.” –Yiyun Li, author of A Thousand Years of Good Prayers “Complex and moving . . . an impressive debut.” –Daniel Alarcón, author of Lost City Radio “V. V. Ganeshananthan has given us a riveting picture of the intersections of love and war that shape us all. A debut of incredible passion and wisdom.” –Rebecca Johns, author of Icebergs “At its best and simplest, Ganeshananthan can be profoundly moving. She captures the pain of exile poignantly.” --The San Francisco Chronicle “Ganeshananthan has created a slow-burning and beautifully written debut in Love Marriage. It is an evocative examination of Sri Lankan cultural mores, and the way one family is affected by love and war” — The Financial Times “Poignant and authentic…. Insight gained into Toronto's Tamil community is a welcome bonus in this gem of a book by a young writer who is sure to present more thought-provoking, entertaining prose in the future.” --The Toronto Star “The book is at times witty and always beautifully written” — The Irish Times "Innovative….this is an ambitious family drama about an underreported part of the world, filled with well-shaded characters [and] gorgeous flourish…Buy it." -- New York Magazine "As if she were stringing a necklace of bright beads, the author relates the stories of Yalini's Sri Lankan forebears in lapidary folkloric narratives…What she does here, she does quite affectingly." -- The Boston Globe "In spare, lyrical prose, V.V. Ganeshananthan's debut novel tells the story of two Sri Lankan Tamil families over four generations who, despite civil war and displacement, are irrevocably joined by marriage and tradition….Powerful." -- Ms. Magazine From the Trade Paperback edition.
Category: Fiction

The Esoteric Philosophy Of Love And Marriage

Author : Dion Fortune
ISBN : 1578631580
Genre : Psychology
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Through a simple explanation of the factors governing interaction between masculine and feminine, Fortune reveals the psychology of love and relationships.
Category: Psychology

Love And Marriage

Author : Ellen Key
ISBN : UOM:39015003666297
Genre : Love
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Category: Love

Love And Marriage In Globalizing China

Author : Wang Pan
ISBN : 9781317688839
Genre : Social Science
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As China globalizes, the number of marriages between Chinese people and foreigners is increasing. These Chinese--foreign marriages have profound implications for China’s cultural identity. This book, based on extensive original research, outlines the different types of Chinese--foreign marriage, and divorce, and the changing scale and changing patterns of such marriages, and divorces, and examines how such marriages and divorces are portrayed in different kinds of media. It shows how those types of Chinese--foreign marriage where Chinese patriotism and Chinese values are preserved are depicted favourably, whereas other kinds of Chinese--foreign marriage, especially those where Chinese women marry foreign nationals, are disapproved of, male foreign nationals being seen as having a propensity to infidelity, deception, violence and taking advantage of Chinese women. The book contrasts the portrayal of Chinese--foreign marriage with the reality, and with the depiction of Chinese--Chinese marriage where many of the same problems apply. Overall, the book sheds much light on changing social processes and on current imaginings of China’s place in the world.
Category: Social Science