How do you go from "I do," to "we do?" A guide for the first five years of marriage, designed to help navigate those crucial early years of married life that can set the stage for your life together. Book includes information on adjustment, communication, time management, parenting, and other issues related to those early years as well as a chapter on second marriages and reflection questions.
They met when teenagers, grew apart when young adults and found each other again twenty years later. Faced with the irony of finally having 'the one' too late, they are now incapable of resisting each other's pull and have to play as it lays. This is a story about leaps of faith and second chances, about the struggle to choose between what is right and what can be made right.
The Ultimate Dating Guide for Widowers is the definitive guide for widowers who are looking to sort out their conflicting emotions and avoid common pitfalls that come with dating the second time around. It's a must read for any man who's looking to ease the transition from an old life to a new one.
It is easy to assume that anyone who has gone through the painful process of divorce would have learned something from it and be less likely to repeat the mistakes of the past. Unfortunately, this is not always so. This e-book takes an in-depth look at what went wrong in a previous relationship and what needs to be considered before entering a new marriage, especially when children are involved.
Joe returns home after the death of his wife and is still loyal to her. So when he reunites with an old classmate, the last thing on his mind is love. Angelica is shy and socially inept, but she promises herself that she will try and socialize. So when she runs into Joe, the Golden Boy of high school, the last thing she expects is romance. Can they discover the will to begin again and let love in?
Max was married once-it wasn’t pretty. The odds of him marrying again are about as likely as seeing a rainbow in the night. Cretia was married and it wasn’t pretty. The last thing she needs is a man. She assures her daughter she'll marry again—when she sees a night rainbow. When love brings them a rainbow, both must decide between the security they know and the risks of loving again.