You will become intrigued by our Part 1 sequel of 6 as we bring enrichment ans resources to your library in relationships. This collection will bring life changing experiences and scenarios to help you to grasp how to weather challenges and how to identify small elements of how to repair a relationship. Before the Altar is part of our collection; "And They Two Shall Become One" series. Remember the word years ago entitled "Hitched." This meant that two were entering into a commitment of relationship and marriage. These resources will give you tips, tools, and empowerment on what you need to look for and steps you need to utilize before saying the I Do's. In order to have a successful and creative relationship , their must be essential steps taken first. Being married and in a relationship with my spouse for more than 27 years, I will share some experiences in which I occurred and additional examples regarding some marriages and relationships in which I have counseled. I hope this book is a door to your next process for marriage or engagement.
Sheeree and Bob both work. They have four children and with nice incomes. Sheeree makes it home at 2:30 pm in the afternoon. Bob makes it home at 3:00 pm. They have both agreed to share the workload of the home and with the children. Bob calls home on Wednesday to say that he will be working late and that she would need to start without him. Now Sheeree has the kids, cooking, washing, and cleaning all alone. 36
She is furious that this entire load is now on her. She reminds him before she hangs up the phone that they both agreed that their relationship (marriage) would be 50/50. 1. What could Sheeree have said or done more respectfully? A. Excepted this decision B. Understand that things will happen C. Not made a commitment of 50/50 D. Understand that marriage is not 50/50 but 100% E. All the above
2. Would you be afraid to leave you
Summary and Recap In the above scen