Their Marriage Ebook

Save The Marriage

Lee Baucom, Ph. D. shows couples with marriage troubles a new way to save their marriage that is far more effective than any marriage counselor in this marriage course. In 4 easy-to-read modules, Dr. Baucom shows the step by step way to save a marriage that is in danger of ending any day. These show the top 5 mistakes that most people make in marriage, the REAL secrets to a happy marriage, why marriage counseling can actually HURT your marriage more, and how to move beyond your emotions into action. This module can actually have you saving your marriage in less than an hour, sometimes even 10 minutes. This book also comes with 4 bonus gifts free: Coping With a Midlife Marriage Crisis, Recovering from an Affair, 5 Rules for Fighting Fair, and an eBook written by a couple who was on the edge of divorce and the methods they used to get a happy marriage back. Marriage can be hard, but divorce is harder, on you and your children. Why risk it? More here...

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This book comes with the great features it has and offers you a totally simple steps explaining everything in detail with a very understandable language for all those who are interested.

All the modules inside this book are very detailed and explanatory, there is nothing as comprehensive as this guide.

Society and Social Structure

Before the 20th century, there were patrilinear kins (clans), some of which were of Koryak and Yukagir origin. Kinship groups were scattered about the region because of far nomad camps and were divided into groups, known in official documents by their ordinal numbers. An elected leader, a representative of a kin, was the head of each group. His responsibilities included collecting yasak (tax) and obtaining and distributing gunpowder. Some of the coastal groups had no kins. Social differentiation was developed, with some dependent families included in the head's group, often taking his name. Nomadic, hunting, and fishing areas belonged to groups of families of various kins. There was a widespread custom of sharing fish and game with neighbors. Clans were patriarchal, and before their marriage sons were dependent on their father. Grooms paid kalym (bride price) for their fianc es, which was equal to two or three times the bride's dowry. The custom of exogamy (marrying outside the clan)...

Counterfactual Principles

Another example brings out another weakness in the public permission principle. Consider open marriage. Max and Minnie get married because each loves the other and values the other person's love. Still, they think of sexual intercourse as a fun activity that they separate from love. After careful discussion before they got married, each happily agreed that each may have sex after marriage with whomever he or she wants. They value honesty, so they did add one condition every sexual encounter must be reported to the other spouse. As long as they keep no secrets from each other and still love each other, they see no problem with their having sex with other people. They do not broadcast this feature of their marriage, but they do know (after years of experience) that it works for them. The point is that, even if other people are like this, so that it would be worse for everyone to know that everyone is permitted to have sex outside of marriage with spousal knowledge and consent, Max and...

Improving Your Marriage To Newlyweds Again

Improving Your Marriage To Newlyweds Again

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