For couples who want their good marriages to be better and for those who want to build shattered relationships, J.J. directs toward the positive by exposing the negative. Learn from life examples what not to do, such as:
Don't hold hands with the enemy.
Don't let "I do" become "I don't anymore."
Don't hold the checkbook hostage.
Reinforce your wedding vows by practicing solid principles for marriage success or "Ten Commandments" relating to communication, commitment, and decision-making. Examine book, chapter, and verse set forth as a result of 50-plus years of experience and research.