Mr. and Mrs. positive Thinking

Peale, Ruth Stafford
September 2008
Guideposts;Sep2008, Vol. 63 Issue 7, p52
The author offers inspirational thoughts about marriage and how to make it work. She advises that individuals should be prepared for a real partnership in order to have a lasting relationship. Moreover, she describes an incident which suggests that objective criticism could sometimes negatively affect a person's perception of himself. Lastly, she thinks that disagreements between married partners may be helpful.


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