Just Read: The Four Seasons of Marriage

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The Four Seasons of Marriage by Gary Chapman, is a must read for couples in all season of marriage. If things are going great or you are struggling Gary can help strengthen your marriage. While you might be more familiar with Gary’s other book, The Five Love Languages, in this book he explains what your marriage looks like in the seasons of spring, summer, fall, and winter. Whether your marriage is in the warmth and enjoyment of summer or heading in the icy hard time of winter, Gary explains how to fix your marriage or keep it going in the right direction. He also gives seven practical strategies on how to keep you marriage in summer, turn your marriage from fall or save it from winter.

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The Four Seasons of Marriage by Gary Chapman

The Four Seasons of Marriage: Secrets to a Lasting Marriage 

This has been one of the most relatable and practical marriage books my husband and I have ever read. We felt like it strengthened our marriage and helped encouraged us to go in the right direction. My favorite part was the seven strategies to enhance your marriage, because I felt like they were all really practical. Whether it’s becoming a more empathetic listener or learning to speak your spouse’s love language my husband and I felt like the strategies were all things we could and should implement right away. If you feel like your marriage is going great or if it needs a lot of work, pick up The Four Seasons of Marriage, you definitely won’t regret it!

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Amanda

Amanda is a part time Physician Assistant but is a full time mom/wife with a daughter, son, and a furbaby. She grew up in Tennessee and St. Louis but Oklahoma now feels like home. She is a lover of all things old and junk and loves to collect old items that she doesn't have room for. She enjoys traveling, watching and playing sports, and being with friends and family- so basically your typical extrovert!

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