Are your ready for marriage? Are you physically, spiritually and emotionally compatible? What if making such a big commitment scares you? How do you find God's will in all this? These are crucial questions that every man or woman asks. And they deserve our best thinking. In this revised edition M. Blaine Smith draws from his own experience and his years of counseling singles and couples and takes a refreshingly candid, open-hearted look at these issues, helping men and women think through the important decisions concerning marriage.
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Review 1 for Should I Get Married? Revised
Date:June 17, 2011
I have only read half of the book so far and I am pleased!This book does a great job of breaking down common fears and feelings about marriage, that most people dont talk about. It's candid and and thorough. Each chapter i'm learning something new.
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Review 2 for Should I Get Married? Revised
Date:March 23, 2004
My boyfriend was having some doubts about whether or not I was "the one." This book helped us both to recognize just how strong our love is, where our weak points are, and what we have to work on in the future. It did so not by throwing it at us and saying "This is how love has to be!" but by gently guiding us to realize what we already knew about ourselves and each other. This book is awesome, it saved my relationship with my boyfriend and I know more strongly than ever before that he is "the one" for me, and he feels the same way. Although we realize we are still too young (21) to get engaged, this book helped us realize that when we are at that point in our lives, if we still feel this way, then we will definitely be able to build a strong and healthy marriage.