For Better For Worse For Keeps
Contents^^Foreword^Preface^Acknowledgments^^1. Is love Only for the Lucky or the Strong?^2. Checking In at Heartbreak Hotel: Where Did Our Marriage Go Wrong?^3. Searching for the Escape Clause^4. If You Keep Your Vows, They'll Keep You^5. Investing in the Bonding Market: How...
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Contents^^Foreword^Preface^Acknowledgments^^1. Is love Only for the Lucky or the Strong?^2. Checking In at Heartbreak Hotel: Where Did Our Marriage Go Wrong?^3. Searching for the Escape Clause^4. If You Keep Your Vows, They'll Keep You^5. Investing in the Bonding Market: How to Re-Pair a Marriage^6. Can We Talk?^7. Making War, Not Love: Sex and Anger^8. Three True Aphrodisiacs^9. Was It All A Mistake? The Higher and Hidden Purposes of God^10. Playing for Keeps^^Notes p. 191^
At some point in their marriages, most husbands and wives wonder whether their choice of a mate was the right one. They may ask difficult questions about their happiness and future together.^^Both newlywed and long-married couples can find themselves in a marriage that has gotten off track. Society's solutions to an unhappy marriage are divorce, affairs or life-long misery. But couples do have a surprising and positive alternative.^^Regardless of the circumstances, God can do the impossible. For his truths can bring couples healing, teach them to love again, and help them to rest assured: God cares about me, and his plan for my happiness includes the person I married.^^Problems are real ... but nothing is too difficult for God. He can help any couple renew their marriage in the tough times: for better, for worse ... and for keeps.^
Robert R. Moeller, CPA, CISA, CISSP, is an internal audit specialist and project manager with a strong understanding of information systems, corporate governance, and security. He has over twenty-five years of experience in internal auditing, ranging from launching new internal audit functions in several companies to serving as audit director for a Fortune 50 corporation. He was the national director of computer auditing at Grant Thorton and the audit director of Sears Roebuck. A frequently published author and professional speaker, he provides insights into many of the new rules impacting int