Chicken Soup for the Soul, Married Life – Review and Giveaway

30 Oct

Great new book from Chicken Soup for the Soul, Married Life. It’s 101 entertaining and inspirational stories about married life.

A lot of great stories about all parts of marriage, the highs, the lows – the things your partner does that make you crazy! 😉 This book covers it all, how to keep it fresh, keep it going through good times and bad, the work that is needed to keep a marriage going year after year.

Lots of great little comics in this one too – and as usual the stories are short enough that everyone has time to read them. Great gift for a newlywed, someone going through a rough patch – or anyone who just loves to celebrate their marriage!

2 lucky people will each be winning their own copy of this book – comment below to enter to win – can be anything, funny wedding story, a marriage tip etc.  Contest open to all Canadians and will end Friday Nov. 2nd at noon. Good Luck to everyone!

17 Replies to “Chicken Soup for the Soul, Married Life – Review and Giveaway

  1. we’ve just been through some health issues, so don’t wait that long to realize what you have and how lucky you are. this sure makes us tighter for it.

  2. Sounds like a great book to have, no matter what stage of married life you are experiencing.
    Chicken soup for the Soul are always great inspirational books to read & then apply.
    Make a point each morning, for this day to be loving, kind, forgiving, understanding, patient, caring, and to think before you speak.

  3. There are so many things that can either help a marriage succeed or destroy it…. The one thing that we all should remember is that always put the other person first, make it a priority to lift them up, make them feel that they are the one, and finally, don’t expect anything in return. Your efforts should come from your heart, not your mind where you will think about what you may want in return…

  4. Despite me asking numerous people to remind my husband to turn off his mobile phone before our wedding ceremony, half way through, it rang. I’ve never seen a phone move so fast, out of his pocket, over to the best man & never to be seen again for the remainder of the day. The minister had a good laugh & said that was a first for him, in all his years of performing weddings. It sure lightened the mood in the church. Everyone had a good laugh & carried on.

  5. we have been through one of the toughest years of our lives – losing an infant daughter last year at christmas. but through it all we have clung to each other and we will pull through, one day at a time 🙂

  6. When there is a rough day remember all the good days you’ve had. After a while when you look back on a rough day it won’t seem so bad anymore.

  7. My advice is to find time to go on dates with your spouse, especially when you have kids. It’s easy to get swept up in the busy pace of life, but maintaining the connection with your spouse is vital 🙂

  8. “Well, don’t just pray to marry the one you love.
    Instead, pray to love the one you marry.”

    To our 7 years, and to eternity!

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