When two people are falling in love, no detail about the other person is too small to leave unexplored. Sadly, in most marriages this intense desire to know the other person ends once spouses feel they have a ďhandleĒ on each otherówith disastrous results. In this book, Paul and Teri Reisser look at 10 behaviors, decisions, and communication patterns that can change with time. Using candor, humor, and stories from years of experience, the authors convey the warning signs couples miss when they forget that they arenít the same people they were when they wed.
Tyndale House Publishers