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You’ve just become engaged to be married…now what? Jim Burns and Doug Fields offer practical ways you can kick off your first few years of marriage in positive, healthy ways. They offer 8 gauges to keep your marriage on track—laugh daily and date weekly, slow down, celebrate differences, choose the positive, fight fear, have great sex, enjoy your baby, and keep your promise.

You can learn more about their book on our store here: http://bit.ly/2TPzFFh

They encourage spouses to spend 1% of their time together, which equals just 1 hour and 40 minutes per week. The work you put in now will determine your marital future.

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