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Not Your Parents' Marriage: Bold Partnership for a New Generation

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Find God’s Unique Shape for Your Marriage

It’s not just the two of you and God. The truth is, you bring your family into your relationship in more ways than you realize. Yet God has plans for your marriage that differ from the expectations of your parents’ generation. Looking at the past, how do you know what to jettison and what to keep as your own?

Jerome and Kellie Dale
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ebook, 176 pages
Published June 9th 2010 by WaterBrook
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Stephanie
Feb 17, 2012 Stephanie rated it it was ok
2.5 stars for Not Your Parents' Marriage. It was okay; a quick read with a few nuggets of wisdom, but nothing substantially life-changing.

The premise of Not Your Parents' Marriage is that every newlywed brings to their marriage expectations and preconceived ideas about gender roles, child-rearing, financial management, communication, etc. These assumptions are largely shaped by our upbringing - more specifically, by our parents' marriage and the example they set for us.

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