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Generation Next Marriage

April 7, 2008

I’m happy to be a part of the Generation Next Marriage bookby Tricia Goyer blog tour

First, I’ll share information about the book.  Here is the book description:

Do you still find yourself humming the love songs of the 80s and 90s?

Do you still believe that every marriage should be between soul mates?

But — do you wonder how you can succeed at love and marriage when the generation you grew up in didn’t?

Marriage isn’t what it used to be-it can be better than ever.

If you are a Gen Xer, your marriage has challenges and potentials that no other generation has known. A Gen Xer herself, Tricia Goyer offers realistic help to achieve the God-honoring marriage you long for. She includes:

·Ways to protect your marriage despite the broken relationships modeled in your youth

·Stories, suggestions, and confessions from fellow Gen Xers facing the “What now?” question of real-life marriage

·Advice from the ultimate marriage survival guide: the Bible

·Stats, quizzes, sidebars, and study questions related to this “relationally challenged” time in history

·Practical helps for negotiating kids, work, sex, money, and dirty laundry-sometimes all in the same evening

If you are part of a generation of adults who don’t want to bow to their culture or live and love like their parents did — this book is for you.

 

I think we all face the challenges of marriage.  This book can be a useful tool to all of us Gen Xers.  I really like the chapter on romancing your spouse.  As soon as my husband gets home, I’m sure this will be a helpful chapter.  There are some really good ideas about how to keep the romance alive.  It is really hard after you have kids to find the time for romance and when you do find the time ideas are lacking.  Tricia Goyer takes an entire chapter to help with ideas. 

Don’t forget to stop at other blogs on the blog tour for this book and find out what others think about the book.

If you want to buy the book, click here.

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  1. April 7, 2008 10:34 pm

    I agree, her books are fantastic and this is so far my favorite! It very much got me thinking about the baggage I brought into our marriage and how I’ve handled it (or not handled it).

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