Can you—an adult child of divorce—build a healthy, lasting marriage? Making marriage healthy—and making it last—has never been harder. In an age when the pressures on marriage are heavy and divorce is more accepted and easier to obtain, marriages seem to fail as often as they succeed.
When you come from a home of divorce, making your own marriage work is even tougher than the norm. Because you didn’t receive the example of a loving and committed marriage, you instead got a curse. And if you’re like most adult children of divorce, that curse now manifests itself in your life in ways that are deadly to relationships.
So if you’re worried about your own ability to build and maintain a satisfying marriage, you’ve got good reason—and a lot of company.
Fortunately, in Breaking the Cycle of Divorce, author John Trent, an adult child of divorce himself, gives you the encouragement, insight, and tools you need to beat the odds. Learn how you can, in fact, succeed where your parents failed.
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