23 Great Gifts for Newlyweds
Preview — Just for Newlyweds by Brent A. Just for Newlyweds by Brent A. Just for Newlyweds 3. This is Brent A. Barlow's book, Just for Newlyweds. Hardcover , pages. Published July 15th by Shadow Mountain first published July To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Just for Newlyweds , please sign up.
Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Oct 03, Alyne rated it it was amazing. Gifted to me by my mother for my wedding day, "Just for Newlyweds" has shed light on important marital subjects.
My husband and I read it aloud to each other, and enjoyed the discussions it encouraged. It approached subjects for us that we might not otherwise have discussed quite as readily, and helped us reaffirm our beliefs in the sanctity of marriage. As we read it, it helped us learn about different situations that might arise, how one might approach things, and how to be a great husband and Gifted to me by my mother for my wedding day, "Just for Newlyweds" has shed light on important marital subjects.
As we read it, it helped us learn about different situations that might arise, how one might approach things, and how to be a great husband and wife. We really enjoyed it, and found it to be down to earth, relatable, and simple. Mar 25, Laurie Monahan rated it liked it. Tamara Blackhurst rated it liked it Jul 24, Kristen rated it liked it Aug 11, Jodi rated it really liked it Jan 21, Shauna rated it really liked it Jan 06, Complaining about marriage is practically an Olympic sport in America.
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Women all over the world, in literally every country I visited, called out American visitors as some of the worst offenders when it came to complaining about their marriages. Instead, they encouraged me to practice gratitude, being truly thankful for the good things my husband brings to our relationship through regular verbal expressions of thanks. Pay attention to the great things your partner does instead of pointing out the negative. Even a small text message saying thank you can go an incredibly long way.
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The most sage advice I got came from an Orthodox Jewish wife and mother in Jerusalem, raising six children. Take the time off to reset, and your marriage will be better for it. Post-wedding blues are totally normal. But how can you keep that excitement in a marriage?
Continue to have adventures with your spouse. You can get the same effect from sampling a new type of cuisine together or riding the roller coaster at an amusement park. Subscribe to the Motto newsletter for advice worth sharing. This final lesson I learned from a stay-at-home dad in Sweden, who had worked on a photography book documenting the lives of men taking government-supported parental leave.
Now I realize how ridiculous that notion is. There are days, weeks even, when I do all of the housework laundry, cooking, bed-making , because my husband is swamped with work.
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