Finding the Right One After Divorce: Avoiding the 13 Common Mistakes People Make in Remarriage

February 2, 2018 - Comment

There are 23 million divorced people in the United States today. More than 80 percent of these people will remarry, and many of those marriages will fail. Divorce recovery experts Edward Tauber and Jim Smoke draw on their 30 years of experience as divorce counselors and a survey of more than 600 individuals to explore

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There are 23 million divorced people in the United States today. More than 80 percent of these people will remarry, and many of those marriages will fail. Divorce recovery experts Edward Tauber and Jim Smoke draw on their 30 years of experience as divorce counselors and a survey of more than 600 individuals to explore why people end up divorced again and what they can do to successfully remarry.

To help readers avoid making the mistakes others have made, the authors present 13 wrong reasons to remarry, including:

lonelinessneed to be neededto provide fathers or moms for kidsto prove the divorce wasn’t their faultthey’ve found their “soul mates”

Tauber and Smoke provide practical guidelines based on biblical principles to help people find partners who share values, have compatible personalities, agree on child-raising principles, and more. Includes helpful “Ready2Remarry” self test.

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Comments

Teresa Johnson says:

Save yourself from a heartbreak, read this book. I just finished reading this… I thought it was great. It does NOT give spiritual advice at all, so suitable for non-Christians as well. Very thorough and insightful with real life examples of what NOT to do and ending with what TO DO… in your search for another mate after a divorce.

Janet Bernstein says:

Great book I love how this book is written. It gives you 13 very specific mistakes that many people make in getting married. I was able to quickly identify what went wrong in my marriage! I also really appreciated the real-life examples at the end of each chapter. Real people talking about why they married and how it failed based on that mistake. Very enlightening, and I am now able to recognize the signs when I meet people. And it’s not the particular person you have to watch out for- it’s more the…

T. Kellogg says:

should be a required reading even prior to marriage I really enjoyed reading this book. I is pact with very good advice on mainly wrong reasons but of course includes right reasons as well. I wish I knew about this book before ever getting married. It is an easy read and not difficult to digest at all. I highly recommend it especially if you think about remarriage.

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