Improve Your Marriage Book Review

Improve Your Marriage Book Review
I received a review copy of
Improve Your Marriage: Don't Overlook The Obvious
from the author and I must say that I enjoyed it immensely.

It's sort of a treasure trove of marital wisdom. I thought of the book as a wise mentor, passing on to me nuggets of wisdom gleaned from a marriage that weathered the storms of life.

Instead of chapters, there are little pearls of wisdom that are quick and easy to read. That made the book idea for a busy woman like myself. I carried it with me in my handbag and read little bits as I was waiting for the kids to come out of school, at the dentists and even in line at the bank.

But, like a rich dessert, you can't have too much in one sitting. I needed time to pause and reflect on the marital wisdom that Russell was sharing and see how it applied to my marriage.

Here are a few pearls of wisdom that Russell shares in
Improve Your Marriage: Don't Overlook The Obvious

"Knowing that your spouse can be trusted not to cheat on you, does not mean that you should test them with a lack of attention or affection." Come on, how many of us are guilty of this? I admit, that at times I'm guilty of this very thing.

The book is a perfect for someone who is looking for quick ideas that will have a lasting, positive impact on their marriage. It's an ideal refresher course for busy people who want to improve their marriage and increase their sense of intimacy with their spouse, but who just don't have the time or inclination to read a long, drawn out book.

It's also the ideal gift for a newly married or engaged couple.

Grab your copy today and start improving your marriage with this treasure trove of reminders.

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