In a day when marriage vows are regarded as less than truly solemn promises, "I Do"s (and Don'ts) shoots from the hip. Largely gleaned from the unfettered mouths of the successfully wed, "I Do"s (and Don'ts) is your passport to wedded bliss, spelling out the journey in practical, accessible suggestions that cut straight to the heart.
Sex, money, family, children-even the wedding ceremony itself are addressed in short, no-nonsense, 'how-to' sections full of answers, guidance, and advice. The author's experience as mentor to young people from both Europe and America spells out practical advice that prepares you to do the 'work' of thinking about what marriage really means, and to enjoy yourself in the process.
Informational and inspirational, "I Do"s (and Don'ts) is a book that will serve as both a reference guide and a starting point for those attempting to chart the course of marital happiness.