Originally Posted By: Retread

I must disagree with you about embarking on an exceptional marriage before you have fixed a bad marriage and have a good marriage. It is impossible. That is the nature of progress.


Ok, it makes sense when you put it this way. I agree that one obviously has to repair the bad marriage in order to have a great marriage, which is what Marriage Builders does.

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I see TE7PC as the vision, and HNHN as the mechanics of the details. There is no conflict between the two.



I am not sure what you are saying here, though. One does not have to go read another book to embark on Marriage Builders but it sounds like you are saying that is the case. Can you clarify?


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