Choosing Marriage: Why It Has to Start with We>Me

Choosing Marriage: Why It Has to Start with We>Me

by Debra Fileta
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Choosing Marriage: Why It Has to Start with We>Me by Debra Fileta

Is Marriage Worth it?

Many couples say "I do" with a combination of high hopes and fairy tale fantasies—but there's a difference between the expectations of marriage and the reality of what marriage holds. Whether you're married, single, or dating, now is the time to ask yourself: What steps can I take today to build an incredible marriage for tomorrow?

With compassion and clarity, licensed counselor and relationship expert Debra Fileta shows that when we can work through the struggles of marriage, we get to experience the joys! Learn about eight powerful choices that will encourage and equip you to take your marriage from average to exceptional and find astonishing survey results from thousands of singles and couples on topics like love and attraction, sex, conflict, and communication.

A beautiful exchange occurs when you learn what it means to choose we before me. Discover practical steps that will give you confidence and courage on the adventure of Choosing Marriage.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780736973380
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Publication date: 05/01/2018
Pages: 224
Sales rank: 125,185
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Debra Fileta is a licensed professional counselor and the author of True Love Dates. A passionate speaker, she challenges people to have a psychologically and spiritually healthy approach to relationships. Debra and her husband, John, have been happily married for more than a decade and have three beautiful children.
www.TrueLoveDates.com

Table of Contents

Foreword Gary Thomas 7

A Note from the Author 9

1 Choosing Marriage: The Hardest and Greatest Thing 13

2 We > Me: From Selfishness to Holiness 29

3 Walls Will Fall: From Vulnerability to Intimacy 47

4 Alter That Ego: From Pride to Humility 79

5 The Struggle Is Real: From Expectations to Reality 97

6 Always Use Protection: From Insecurity to Safety 115

7 #RealTalk: From Facade to Authenticity 135

8 Sex Marks the Spot: From Infatuation to Adoration 153

9 Better Together: From Independence to Oneness 179

10 The Beautiful Exchange: From Me to We 201

Acknowledgments 215

Notes 217

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Choosing Marriage: Why It Has to Start with We>Me 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Shelly9677 6 months ago
What a lovely, useful book! Author Debra Fileta is a trained Marriage Therapist. She writes and offers advice from the heart. The title of the book says it all, Choosing Marriage: Why It Has to Start with We > Me, In a time when many people have been convinced that ME is so important this book is a refreshing reminder that WE is what provides lasting satisfaction. WE provides more meaning, more growth and more value. Whether you are happily married like me or struggling in your marriage, this book will lift you up and offer some beautiful tips to grow within your marriage.
britthall010 6 months ago
Debra does an phenomenal job of writing a book on marriage that relates to the most seasoned married couple or to the single who hasn't even experienced it yet. For me, it was an eye-opening book about the things I need to be focusing on and preparing myself for in this season of singleness. Even though there isn't an "one size fits all" approaching to preparing for marriage, I believe Debra's book can speak deeply to your heart in any season that you are in to help you grow closer to Christ and learn more about yourself. I would HIGHLY recommend this book to anyone who wants to grow in their marriage, their engagement or their singleness as they await marriage.