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Why Isn't This Marriage Enough? - How to Make Your Marriage Work and Love the Life You Have - cover

Why Isn't This Marriage Enough? - How to Make Your Marriage Work and Love the Life You Have

Sharon Pope

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

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The fifth book in the Soulful Truth Telling series, Why Isn’t This Marriage Enough? is for the woman who has everything she’s ever wanted: the nice husband, the healthy kids, the big home, even the career of her choosing. They have enough money, take family vacations and their kids are in a good school and thriving in their extra-curricular activities. From anyone else’s perspective, her life looks enviable.    So why isn’t this enough? She married for safety and security. She married the good guy who wouldn’t hurt her. She plays the role of super-mom, because she can and because she can’t seem to say no to anyone, but her husband. But after long days of caring for everyone else, connecting with her husband in any meaningful way feels like a chore, like he’s one more person that needs something from her. She has love for her husband, the father of her children, but she fears she’s fallen out of love with him.    She chose this path, this marriage, this life – so why does she feel so empty and alone? If this isn’t enough, will it ever be enough? What would it take to feel happy? Is that even possible? What kind of miracle is needed for this – all of this – to feel good?Why Isn’t This Marriage Enough guides women to find the answers to that important question and explores whether the marriage can be transformed into a relationship that feels like more than enough.
Available since: 06/09/2017.
Print length: 165 pages.

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