The Chapman Guide to Becoming Friends With your In-lawsBook - 2008
The kind of relationship you have with your in-laws affects the kind of relationship you have with your spouse. Positive in-law relationships are one of your greatest assets. Living in harmony, encouraging, and supporting each other help all of us reach our potential. On the other hand, troublesome in-law relationships can be a source of deep emotional pain and bitterness. When in-laws give in to resentment, anger, and withdrawal, they have joined the ranks of dysfunctional families. The seven principles shared in this little book will encourage those struggling with in-law relationships. If these principles are woven into the fabric of your daily life, you will be rewarded with a strengthened and mutually benefiting in-law relationship.
Publisher: Carol Stream, Ill. : Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., 
Copyright Date: ©2008
Branch Call Number: 646.78 CHA
Characteristics: xvii, 145 pages ; 19 cm
Alternative Title: Chapman guide to becoming friends with your in-laws