Is your heart crying, "I want to stay married, but how?" You're not alone. Every week, thousands of women sit in church, silently agonizing over their crumbling marriages. Seriously hurting marriages are not a popular topic in the church, and few specifically designed resources have been available to help save the fifty percent of marriages in the church that end in divorce-until now. Written by a professional counselor whose marriage once nearly ended, I Want to Stay Married, But How? will: · Assure you that you are not alone. · Restore your hope. · Challenge you to become more fully who God made you to be. · Change the way you think about and do relationships. · Convince you that one healthy person-you-can change a marriage. As you learn to "LIVE STRONG" and grow into the person God intended, you will: · Learn from courageous women who have grown and fought for their families. · Be educated and empowered to break old, unhealthy habits. · Be challenged to examine truths about relationship dynamics. · Learn to speak the truth and challenge relational problems. · Develop skills for working smarter, not harder, in relationships. · Move past denial to reclaim your life and power. Kathy Schoenborn, a licensed professional counselor, has experienced the pain and shame of being a desperately hurting woman. Tottering near divorce, Kathy refused to give up on God's desire to save her marriage. Material that she developed and has passionately taught to other women for eight years formed the basis of this book and resulted in continued healing of her own marriage. God is so good. Kathy has also taught Bible studies and trained groups for short-term missions. She lives in southeast Wisconsin with her husband, Phil, and they have two grown sons and two grandsons. www.iwanttostaymarriedbuthow.com
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