The Four Agreements in Marriage

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  1. Ray says:

    KUDOS! Love them! Especially the ASSUME one… Moving on can be hard, but as long as you learn along the way, it’s all good.

  2. I’ve been working on that book since January, no kidding. The agreements seem so simple, even obvious, but they’re incredibly hard! Love the way you’ve applied them here.

  3. I wish I had been as wise as you are a lot younger than I am now, but it is wonderful to read your wisdom. I look forward to the continuing saga. Thanks.

  4. Have that book on my nightstand. Love love love it! Hugs to you!

  5. candidkay says:

    Best as subjective and movable–I like that. Makes it all less daunting.

  6. Sounds like a great book. I’ve heard a lot of positive reviews of it. The taking things personally thing is one I still have trouble with, although I’m getting better on this one. I always have to remind myself that it’s not always all about me.

  7. Joy says:

    Love this book, I wish it was mandatory reading for all humans! – it’s on my coffee table…and love how you are applying it here…Looking forward to the ones on divorce and health/wellness.

  8. Hondo Leroy says:

    What happened to my original Comment?


    • stilllearning2b says:

      I welcome differing viewpoints and constructive criticism. However, I choose not to allow personal attacks on my blog. I share not to make money as you claim but to make some good come from the hell I endured. You can belittle that all you want, but not here. This is a place for healing, not tearing down.

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