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Heal Together Without Hurting Each Other (Paperback)
No matter how badly you've been hurt in the past or present, God didn't give you your heart's desire for a healthy marriage without also providing an action plan to manifest it into your reality.
Yes, you "should" heal before you even get into a relationship. However, life isn't always so cooki-cutter. If you realize you've been hurt after you were already in your relationship, or you've been hurt by something that occurred within the relationship, you can and will bounce back better than before.
Derrick Jaxn's proven methods provide the pathway to that reality for both you and your partner with practical guidance rooted in Biblical wisdom.
What readers are saying about Heal Together Without Hurting Each Other:
"We needed a realistic process to restore the lost trust and intimacy in our marriage. This book gave us exactly what we needed from a Godly perspective, and we have already recommended it to all of our friends."
"No other book I've read on healing in a marriage makes the process so easy to understand and relevant to today's society."
"My new husband knew something was wrong with our relationship, but neither of us knew just what it was or how to fix it. This book gave us the clarity we couldn't find anywhere else and may have very well saved our marriage."
"This should be a required reading for anyone looking to get married. It'd prevent and restore a lot of broken hearts."
"It's been over a year since my betrayal, and my wife sees that I've changed, yet still suffers, daily from her broken trust. This book gave me the keys to finally give her the closure she needed so she could receive my love again."
Staying together through thick and thin is easier vowed than done. However, you don't have to throw in the towel, neither should you settle for a marriage that no longer feels safe, intimate, or worthwhile. Get the book that shows you exactly how you can heal together without hurting each other, so you can finally get back to loving each other more than ever before.