Winning your wife back from emotional or physical separation is more than doing the same things with more intensity. It involves developing a whole new strategy to overcome what seem to be overwhelming odds to attain a come-from-behind victory. In Winning Your Wife Back Before It's Too late, Gary Smalley utilizes the following game plan to significantly increase your chances for a "miracle comeback":
- Understand "penalty flags"
- Open a closed spirit
- Honor your wife and children
- Develop sacrificial love
- Initiate change in yourself
- Be accountable by joining a support group
Through true stories of previously separated couples, you'll see how the principles illustrated in this plan have been fleshed out in the lives of real people and can lead to a successful reconciliation. Although there is no guarantee that you will win your wife back, you can still experience personal triumph and gain significant yardage in becoming the godly man you were intended to be.
|Contributor(s)||Dr. Gary Smalley, Deborah Smalley, Dr. Greg Smalley|
|About the Contributor(s)|| Dr. Gary Smalley
Dr. Gary Smalley, one of the foremost experts on family relationships, has written or cowritten more than sixty books and thirty-five videos, selling more than six million copies. With more than forty years of experience, he is a best-selling and award-winning author and has appeared on hundreds of local and national radio and television shows. He and his wife, Norma, have been married more than forty five years and have three grown children, all in full-time ministry.
Deborah Smalley, a graduate of the University of California at Long Beach, is the founder of Faith Lift! Ministries in Orange, California. Her mission is to encourage, exhort, and equip Christians to live God-Honoring lives; she does this through speaking, writing, and music. Deborah spent countless hours researching, interviewing, and writing Winning Your Wife Back Before It's Too Late.
Dr. Greg Smalley
Dr. Greg Smalley graduated with his doctorate degree in clinical psychology from Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University in Southern California. He also holds master's degrees in counseling psychology (Denver Seminary) and clinical psychology (Rosemead). Dr. Smalley is the director of research and development at Smalley Relationship Center in Branson, Missouri. He lives in Ozark, Missouri with his wife, Erin, and their two daughters, Taylor and Madalyn.
|Release Date||Sep 16, 2004|