Being Better at Being Married follows a very different path toward helping you be better at being married. Authors Ronald Joyner and Terry Smith do not focus on how couples should best behave. Rather, they offer readers the necessary tools for discovering why spouses relate to one another the way they currently do.
Couples often underestimate the importance of their personal beliefs. This is true for matters such as power and control, safety and security, affection and esteem. Deeply held beliefs tend to prevail over what people know and how they think they ought to act.
Being Better at Being Married is full of stories, tools, and structure for focused and intentional discussions. Each element is designed to create growth through learning and interaction, which are needed for better understanding your spouse and yourself. Study, discuss, and adapt what you read in this book to help transform how you see yourself, how you perceive and interact with your spouse, and how much you experience life being enriched by being married.