HOW LOVE GROWS IN MARRIAGE by Leland Foster Wood

HOW LOVE GROWS IN MARRIAGE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

By the author of Heal for the Family, and other books of Christian counsel, this aims for a unity which is social, aesthetic, intellectual and spiritual in marriage, shows how various personality differences must and can be reconciled. There is the question of sexual incompatibility as well as financial disagreement; the need for high appreciation as well as comradeship; the handling of certain tensions; the importance of mutual growth in marriage. The technique here of domestic dialogues and object lessons is a familiar one; the stress religious. Simple as much of this is, it is presumably right for the audience it will attract.

Pub Date: Oct. 3rd, 1950
ISBN: 1166125653
Publisher: Macmillan