The better your relationships - with friends, family, the opposite sex, and God - the better your life. Real Relationships, a six-session video- based study with wo rkbook (sold separately) by acclaimed relationship experts Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott, will help group participants learn to make bad relationships better and good relationships great. Approximately 70 Total minutes.
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Customer Reviews for Real Relationships DVD: From Bad to Better and Good to Great
Review 1 for Real Relationships DVD: From Bad to Better and Good to Great
For younger couples
Date:January 16, 2012
Rev. Dan Valeri
This series is geared for young people in the dating to considering marriage group, not for the already married. The description talks about all kinds of relationships but it tends to focus around friendships and relationship "break ups" that are definitely for the dating crowd. If you're looking for a curriculum for strengthening pre existing marriage relationships you may want to consider a different curriculum. I love the Parrot's stuff, but this was a miss for the group I was gearing it for.
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Review 2 for Real Relationships DVD: From Bad to Better and Good to Great
I read this book free from Zondervan as part of their book review program. This book written by Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott is a well written book that draws from the Parrott's experiences, education and personal stories. Are you one of those people that has a problem keeping friends or being a loyal "friend"? Are all you friends just short term never having anyone hang around and not being able to count people as your friends? Then, get this book. You will find practical ideas and discover who you are and to whom you belong. You will always long to belong until you learn to find your place in relationship with our loving Father. This book includes access to an assessment that can help you determine if you are a "Listener", a "Doer", a "Talker", or a "Thinker". I challenge each of you to read and evaluate how you can become that kind of "friend" that we all desire to be.