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A Happy Marriage Takes Two: A Guide To Your Ideal Marriage by Veronica V. Sutherland is a perfect guide for readers wanting the right and healthy path to a happy marriage. The book has some ground rules which can prove to be useful if incorporated into the marriage. And it also addresses the major causes of divorce and helps the couple to work around problems with the aid of activities. The book also tells readers how the family we are raised in will influence our thoughts and behavior in a marriage. These beliefs will be in our subconscious mind and the author tells couples to handle them effectively as each one's background and upbringing is different.
The book is helpful to marriage counselors, therapists and couples looking to work towards a happy and peaceful marriage. The exercises are very useful and will help couples reflect on marriage and what they are lacking and what they need to work on in their respective relationships. The importance of money and how conflicts over money can cause cracks in a marriage is also discussed here. It is a good book for couples to own, both married and those about to get married, as it gives them tips on how to work towards a happy marriage. The book covers the topic expansively and extensively, touching upon all the nuances and details required to make a marriage joyful.