ABOUT THIS BOOK
PUBLICATION DATE: July 20, 2018
If You Forget Everything Else, Remember This: Building a Great Marriage
By Katharine Hill
Married life is full of trials and blessings, no matter what season of marriage you are in. One day you’re saying your wedding vows, enjoying the honeymoon, making a home together… and the next you’re working through domestic challenges, paying the mortgage and struggling to remember the anniversary. Sometimes just a little wisdom and encouragement is needed to help along the way. Help is here! Katharine Hill offers her wisdom and guidance in stories and bite-sized chapters to help navigate the different seasons of marriage. In the busyness of life, this encouraging book is great for those who want to focus on what matters the most, to have the very best for their marriage. With practical tips, sayings to read while waiting for the kettle to boil and hilarious cartoons to make you laugh, whether you are newlywed, or reaching your golden anniversary this book is here to help couples thrive. So, put the kettle on, take a minute, and, if you forget everything else, remember this…
Katharine Hill is the UK Director for Care for the Family. She speaks and writes widely on family matters; she blogs regularly for the Huffington Post and is a popular speaker, writer and broadcaster. She has practiced as a family lawyer and as a member of the board of the International Commission for Couple and Family Relations, as well as being a member of a government advisory group on family issues. Katharine is married to Richard and they have four grown-up children.
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