The New Husband: Top Secret Tips for a Happy Marriage

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THE NEW HUSBAND is a collection of Top Secret Tips for a happy marriage - tips proven to work and used extensively during the author's 44 years of marriage.

TOP SECRET because some of the tips work even better if the wife thinks her husband is so wonderful that he just does these things. Many of the other tips are of value when both husband and wife are familiar with how they work.

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Overview

THE NEW HUSBAND is a collection of Top Secret Tips for a happy marriage - tips proven to work and used extensively during the author's 44 years of marriage.

TOP SECRET because some of the tips work even better if the wife thinks her husband is so wonderful that he just does these things. Many of the other tips are of value when both husband and wife are familiar with how they work.

Instructions are included for the new husband to memorize and destroy the TOP SECRET pages.

This is a great wedding gift. There's even a space where you can give the new husband some of your own Top Secret tips, something you've learned that will help the newly married couple have a perfect marriage of love, laughter, and adventure without a single argument.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781492303022
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 10/21/2013
  • Pages: 114
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.24 (d)

Meet the Author

Dale Collie is a former US Army Ranger and combat infantry commander with additional experience as a Fortune 500 executive, West Point professor, and CEO of a multi-million dollar domestic and international charity. "Fast Company" business magazine names Dale as one of the nation's Fast 50 innovative leaders.

His marriage of forty-four years was just as successful without a single argument in all that time, years filled with the birth of three sons and the usual difficulties of a year-long recovery from combat wounds, nineteen family moves, frequent corporate and military separations with all of the love, laughter, adventure, and joy people desire in a marriage.

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