Make your relationship with your husband the best it can be with expert advice from seasoned counselors David and Lisa Frisbie. In Becoming Your Husband's Best Friend: Secrets to Loving the Man You Married they teach readers how to assess their premarital relationship, explore thoughts and feelings, investigate motives, increase compassion, and strategize for positive change. The book also includes reflective questions and journaling prompts. Paperback.
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Review 1 for Becoming Your Husband's Best Friend: Secrets to Loving the Man You Married
Another Home Run
Date:February 16, 2011
Lisa and David Frisbie have hit another home run with the book, Becoming Your Husband’s Best Friend! Their engaging writing style and crystal-clear real-life illustrations allow the reader to grasp the message of each chapter in a way that challenges him or her to look deep inside to see if similar issues reside there. Each chapter is followed by a series of questions under the title “Reflections for Your Personal Journey.” These would make a valuable self-help guide or a small-group discussion guide that could produce valuable changes in anyone sharing the problems discussed. I wholeheartedly recommend this book to pastor, counselor, wives and husbands seeking to better understand marital relationships!
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Review 2 for Becoming Your Husband's Best Friend: Secrets to Loving the Man You Married
This is a Life-Changing Book!
Date:December 31, 2010
Barbara in Solana Beach
Location:Solana Beach, CA
I laughed and cried my way through these pages.
Here is an up-close, very revealing look at how God works to change hearts and change marriages. There are many parts of the book that had me laughing out loud!
There were other places where I put the book down, and went to a time of prayer --- because I saw myself and I realized some things. In that way, this book is dangerous.
This book is powerful -- would be a great study book for women's small groups and women's ministries.