Top critical review
Too shallow and cliché
Reviewed in the United States on March 20, 2015
This book shows how marriages can go through different seasons and at different times. It includes some tips for working through the rough seasons of fall and winter and maintaining growth in spring and summer seasons. The analogy of seasons works and the examples are clear. Many stories are included from his marriage counselling practice, but they lacked depth. I found his incessant referrals to his own publications about love-languages a bit off-putting. Overall, this book was a bit shallow and too cliché sometimes, but it reads easily and if you skim it you won't miss a lot. A better option for those looking for Christian marriage counselling advice would be "Real Marriage:The truth about Sex, Friendship, and life together" by Mark and Grace Driscoll.