We share content to inspire, motivate, encourage and educate. A few of the prominent concepts include the importance of respect and trust in marriage, as well as large helpings of patience. It turns out great marriages are all around us—when we look for them. If you want to experience the excitement, start reading this book! If you are not careful you can buy into the same thoughts. Fawn Weaver is on a personal quest of discovery: to figure out what makes a happy marriage. Fawn shares how we can. It was interesting to read through each individual woman's story and see her marriage through her words.
Commit yourself to this month-long quest to becoming a happy wife and discover newfound joy for yourself and for your husband. While those are quite obvious, it is the individual stories of exactly how these women e xercise such virtues that help readers understand how they can be a bigger part of marriage. She tells the story of just how such a betrayal of trust occurred. You can also add the blog button to your sidebar. There were stories from places that you kind of get the impression that they just exist and stay married because that's just what you do.
It would have been better if she'd built the book around the secrets, rather than her trip. And even if he is Mr. I think out of all 12 Secrets that she list I think trust, respect and laughter are the most important. That's all well and good, but that's not what I wanted to read about. In an age of seemingly constant attacks on marriage today, this book was a wonderful breath of fresh air.
But as four friends are about to find out, not every girl has luck on her side in this charming debut novel perfect for fans of The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood and Desperate Housewives. This post contains affiliate links. Not What I Expected - Better I honestly got this book expecting a funny novel. And from the moment I read the first few pages I knew this was going to be much different than a lot of the books out there on marriage. The book turned out to be a travelogue, and not an entertaining or well-written one.
While that's very good advice, it hardly takes reading a book to figure that out. Too much of the book is spent on what Fawn wore, or ate, or what felt to me, snide commentary on the things that didn't live up to her ex Not what I was hoping for. This author could have traversed a ten block radius around her Los Angeles neighborhood and encountered the same, essentially homogenous, group of people that she travelled the world to interview. Why did Fawn focuses on this group? And make the choice to create the life — and marriage — of your dreams. Happy Wives Club reassures us that marriages do and can work if there is love, faith, trust, and respect for one another. What is it all about? Go on a trip with Fawn and learn the best marriage secrets the world has to offer.
Would you consider yourself to be a happy wife? I could, for example, summarize the author's thoughts on her hotel rooms and prepared meals, but I have no idea whether any of the couples interviewed were multi-racial. And most of all I grew in my gratefulness for what God has done in my 35 years married to my best friend. My husband and I are celebrating our 7th wedding anniversary this month. If you are looking for solid marriage advice, check out page 247 and skim through the stories of the interviews. The author actually travels to several different countries to meet and talk to couples and learn their secrets to a happy, long-lasting marriage. This book is awesome and if you can just keep the naysayers out of your ears you'll be just fine! Join her on this exciting, exotic trip across six continents and through more than eighteen cities. Along the way, you will meet everyday women whose marriage secrets span cultures.
I really wanted to meet the couples Fawn was going to interview, get to know them and their stories. I am so grateful to have read this. Once I started this book I found myself not wanting to stop. At the end of the book Mrs Weaver list 12 Secrets of a Great Marriage, and a Note to Newlyweds. This book is not a how to book, but experiences and stories from couples all over the world on how they have kept their marriages happy. In California, Elliot Rodger went on the rampage, killing six people.
Let's face it, there are a lot of things that feel unnatural about being married, so I am grateful for the tips and open conversation. © Laura Carroll and lauracarroll. While these couples gave the same advice over and over again, the problem doesn't essentially lie there although that became tedious and a little condescending. This book is great for any wife or wife-to-be! This author does not often flatteringly describe the physical appearance of the other wives—sure, they have sparkling personalities but are more overweight than their internet photographs, for example. I really enjoyed the book but felt at times there was a little too much about her personal journey and not enough about the marriages. With its maple trees, iron gate, and fence laced with honeysuckle, Manhattan U? I agree with the author, that marriages can and should be happy and that we shouldn't allow society and negative people to make us believe otherwise. Click the previews below to begin your download.