This book was written to help people make the choices that will lead to the kind of marriage they've always longed for. Filled with guidelines and practical exercises, this book offers straightforward answers to the questions singles ask: How can I know if I'm in love? Are we really compatible? Where do I find a lifelong partner? How do I recover from a broken relationship? Written by H. Norman Wright - marriage enrichment expert and best-selling author of Before You Say "I Do" - this book can help you find Mr. or Mrs. Right. Previously published as Finding Your Perfect Mate.
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Review 1 for Finding The Right One For You: Secrets to Recognizing Your Perfect Mate
H. Norman Wright knows his stuff
Date:April 4, 2012
I received this book last year as a gift from Focus on the Family, and from the moment it arrived in the mail, I devoured it! Since then, H. Norman Wright has become a favorite author of mine. A renowned marriage and family counselor, Wright knows his stuff when it comes to relationship advice. This book covers a number of factors, and challenges you to look deeper than the average person does in finding a spouse, and to look at the process, ultimately, from God's point of view.
I'd recommend this book to anyone who's on the lookout for the "right one" and wants to honor God with their choice of a matrimonial partner. And I can't thank Focus on the Family (and CBD) enough for sending me this book!
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Review 2 for Finding The Right One For You: Secrets to Recognizing Your Perfect Mate
Date:March 8, 2010
Good all around relationship book. The author bridges the gap between new relationships and recent breakups. A lot of useful information and self explanation questions. Written in easy to understand language and at times, you feel like you are having a discussion with an old friend rather than reading a self-help book.