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PERience through seasons of grief and her daughter’s unexpected health issues, weaving in stories of other couples who have stayed together through infidelity, terminal illness, loss, infertility, addiction, and, in an unusual twist, even the journey of an arranged marriage. These couples have found connecting points that allowed them to stay in love and defeat the rising divorce statistic. Ultimately, every married couple has seasons of struggle, which can either bring a couple together or push them apart. With lighthearted candor, Dancing in the Kitchen reveals to readers how to cultivate connection with their spouse in the hard seasons and stay in love for a lifetime.
|Publisher:||Morgan James Publishing|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||2 MB|
About the Author
Debbie Cunningham has been a member of Christ Community Church in Franklin, TN for twenty-five years. By vocation she is a recording artist, author, speaker, and performance coach. She graduated from Temple University with a Bachelor of Arts in Voice Performance and has spent a more than a decade in the music business as a songwriter and entertainer with two Jazz albums: The Rest of Your Life and A Million Kisses. She has been married to her high school sweetheart for more than thirty years and delights in being the mother of two grown children. She and her husband currently reside in Franklin, TN, although they have lived in Nashville, TN and Carlisle and Philadelphia, PA as well.