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The Art Of Marriage [Hardcover]

Author:  Ruki Renov

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The Ultimate book on how to create the perfect marriage

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The Art Of Marriage [Hardcover]

Ruki Renov, author of the immensely popular The Art of the Date, is back
with more wise and witty advice for married couples: To keep your
marriage strong, whenever you are wrong, admit it. When
you are right, keep your mouth shut. She offers sage advice for
men, such as: Never argue with a woman when she’s tired…
or when she’s rested. She gives fine advice for women, such as: A
woman never appears more intelligent to a man than when
she is listening to him.
The Art of Marriage provides the research and techniques of today’s most
renowned marriage therapists as well as inspiring Torah thoughts, all put
together in a format that is highly entertaining, insightful, and designed to
help you improve your marriage.
It will teach you that all marriages are happy. It’s the living
together afterward that’s rough! It will teach you how to choose the
right spouse and how to build a strong and loving marriage. It will teach you
about having children: If your parents didn’t have any children,
there’s a good chance that you won’t either. It will teach you about
finances: A successful man is one who makes more money than
his wife can spend. It will teach you all about in-laws: The difference
between in-laws and outlaws is that outlaws are wanted!
It will teach you how to communicate, strengthen your self-esteem, set
boundaries, appreciate each other, grow together, and build an authentic
Jewish home. Finally, this book will teach you that love is an unusual
game in which there are either two winners or no winners.
Laugh your way to a fulfilling and bett er marriage!

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Format Hardcover
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List Price $24.99
Author Ruki Renov
ISBN 978-1-61465-131-4
Dimensions 6" x 9"
Publisher Targum Press
Language English

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