The Art Of Happy Marriage – High Converting Successful Marriage Book


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I wish I can be there for you – to pound through your head that you need to deal with things you rather wouldn’t. Unfortunately there are just some things we can’t overcome – like the fact that I can’t split myself into many versions of me so I can be with everyone who needs me. But if there’s a will, there will always be a way and I have found the way to be there with you (without the cloning). “The Art Of Happy Marriage” is my easy-to-follow and easy-to-understand guide that will show you the secrets to a happy marriage.

A successful marriage recognizes the fact that people change over time but that the most important thing is the marriage in and of itself. If you look at marriage as the primary consideration people become less selfish about certain things and start to look at the good over the long term. There is a need to work together, to share and to have time for each other and away from each other. This according to Joseph Cuenco – author and marriage analyst.

He is an accomplished marketing, sales and operations executive with a successful record of revenue growth and management within both Fortune 100 companies and high-tech start-ups. He has his own site www.married4ever.com and is the author of “Married For 5000 Years,” a research book that analyzes marriage. Here he talks about the fact that in a three legged stool that is the marriage one leg is for the husband, one leg is for the wife and the other leg is for the marriage itself and that despite it being three legged the marriage takes center stage.

Once you have gained the power to take the steps needed to strengthen your marriage you’ll be able to relax and find the love filled life that was meant for the both of you. At the same time you also get rid of the following:

Once you get over your past you will feel relieved and liberated. You’ll be surprised just how much better you will feel – especially when you start getting the marriage back on track again.

Because marriage is probably the penultimate sign of commitment any couple can ever posses. If you agree with this why aren’t you moving forward and trying to strengthen it? Marriage needs to be supported by the two of you. It needs your commitment to make it last long and be happy and fulfilled. That

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