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Marriage Is Not For Chickens


December 18, 2018

Book Details

When Dr. Margaret sat down to write about her almost 24 year-old marriage, what emerged was the same number of feisty and honest thoughts about what marriage is, and what it definitely is not. Now accompanied by evocative images from around the world by photographers Deborah Strauss and Christine Mathias, her words bring a knowing smile, a nod of the head, and a recognition of hard-earned truth. This slim volume packs a punch and is a perfect gift to honor those who've loved each other for years, to guide those who've only recently considered commitment…or to keep for yourself.Keywords: Dr. Margaret Rutherford, humor and love marrige books, advice books for newly married couples, marriage books for couples, great gift books for weddings

Author Description

Dr. Margaret Rutherford is a Fayetteville, Arkansas clinical psychologist with over twenty years in private practice. One of her specialities is working with couples using a very hands-on, direct approach to help them reach more understanding, and create a better daily practice of respect and appreciation. Also a writer and a podcaster, her work has been featured on Psychology Today, Readers Digest, Prevention, Huffington Post, and The Mighty. You can find Dr. Margaret at her website: DrMargaretRutherford.com.

Christine Mathias has been a photographer since the days of film and darkrooms. She has had several one-person shows in California and Michigan, and her fine art is in private collections throughout the Unites States and as far away as the Middle East.

Deborah Strauss is a writer and photographer living is Austin, Texas. She particularly likes to capture the imperfectly perfect world that surrounds us all.

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