Team Us: Marriage Together Book Review

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The adventure of going from dating to “I do” is a tough one; there’s ups and downs, twists and turns, bumps and ones fair share of heartache but when the day comes that you join your best friend at the alter and lovingly proclaim “till death do you part” you know it’s all been worth it. At that moment you find yourself dreaming of the things you’ll do as Husband and Wife, the places you’ll go, the things you’ll get to see and ultimately, the life you’ll share together–you don’t think about the bigger picture until much later when you’ve found yourself at the inevitable point where you realize real life and it’s frustrations are forcing you and your spouse to be a “me” situation instead of the “we” you started out as.

Team Us

Team Us: Marriage Together is a fabulous book written by Ashleigh Slater that helps in offering couples, who’ve fallen into the “me” instead of “we” slump, practical ways to cultivate and strengthen the unity of their marriage. Ashleigh has almost 20 years of writing experience and a masters degree in communication–she and her husband, Ted, have been married for more than a decade.

Team Us: Marriage Together is a wonderful tool to introduce to your marriage if you’ve found yourself in need of a little extra guidance when real life sets in and you’ve realized that somewhere along the way you and your spouse have drifted away from your initial “team spirit.” Ashleigh Slater generously shares experience from her own marriage as she presents couples with realistic ideas on how to nurture cooperation, deepen their commitment and exercise grace on a daily basis.

Team Marriage is available for purchase on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and ChristianBook.com.

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