10 Really Dumb Mistakes that Very Smart Couples Make

A TORAH BASED GUIDE TO A SUCCESSFUL MARRIAGE
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Finally!
The straight-talking marriage book that Klal Yisrael has been waiting for.


Every smart young couple starts their marriage with the same dreams, goals, and ideals. They’re one hundred percent sure that they will live in married bliss forever.


Until they aren’t.


Until the bickering, fighting, and loneliness become second nature and they are left wondering where they went wrong. Unfortunately, making a happy marriage is not intuitive, and most couples make the same fatal errors when trying to build their Torah home. They’re not aware that these minor infractions are ruining the most precious relationship of their life.


Ten Really Dumb Mistakes That Very Smart Couples Make will give you a new level of understanding for what makes a marriage work. It will coach you on the practical techniques you need in order to increase the intimacy and love in your marriage.


Make sure that your marriage doesn’t succumb to the same mistakes that Rabbi Shafier has seen so many others make. Avoid these ten fundamental errors and build the most satisfying relationship imaginable.


“I found the book enjoyable, easily understood, enlightening, and inspiring. This is truly an aid in enabling one to understand oneself and one’s spouse. I recommend this work to all couples who want to strengthen their marriages, whether or not they are experiencing problems. I also recommend it to all those in the process of finding a spouse as an excellent preparation for marriage.”


HaRav Zev Leff shlita

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Dimensions6X9
ISBN9781680251753
AuthorRabbi Ben Tzion Shafier
PublisherDistributed by Feldheim
Number of pages0
Item #8103
Binding typeHard Cover
Weight1.475000 lbs.
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