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I Don't Want a Divorce

A 90 Day Guide to Saving Your Marriage
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Length: 7 hrs and 46 mins
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What could be good about a bad marriage?

The good news is that couples can get beyond their old marriage and its destructive habits and build a brand-new one with the same spouse. And they can do it in just 90 days, even if only one spouse is committed to change.

Thousands of couples in marriages that are on the brink of divorce will never enter a therapist's office. For others, it's too late by the time they do agree to come. But for more than 20 years, David Clarke has seen marriages turn around in just three months.

In I Don't Want a Divorce, he takes his practical plan and presents it using wit, Scripture, and personal stories to help couples turn difficult marriages into great ones. Whether the issue is communication, the kids, negative attitudes, or even serious sin, Clarke's personalized approach will put listeners on the road to a great marriage.

©2009 David Clarke and William G. Clarke (P)2018 Tantor

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Full on religious!

I think there should be a LOT more warning that this book is big fan of the lord!! There is tons is scripture and lots of going to church and obeying the man stuff.

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amazing book

this book ir on point
A brillent analysis of both the destructive behaviours and the ways to effect restitution

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 29-03-19

For Christians

Too religious for me. Stopped listening when the author told wives to "submit to your husbands" based on Biblical authority.

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  • CMiller
  • 04-04-19

Wish I had this 30 years ago!

I wish I had read this book 30 years ago and I believe if I had that I would still be married if I had read and applied the principles in the book. It will definitely be one of my go to books for any future relationships down the road.

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  • SETH BRUMMOND
  • 28-06-19

Biblical References Abound

This book contains many biblical references and if you believe, you will find it easier to accept and follow these suggestions.
If you are agnostic, atheistic, or non-Christian, then this book will have useful content but you may be annoyed with the authors citations of the Bible.

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  • Megan
  • 16-05-19

this is just bad

it isnt that its religious, I'm a Christian. it just is one long monologue from your dad telling you how bad you are.

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