The case is very common: a couple decides to get married and starts to plan, with almost surgical precision, each and every detail of their wedding. They consult an astrologer to choose a date; interview judges, priests, ministers, or rabbis; and spend weeks deciding on the music and menu. Ultimately, they forget the most important thing: enjoying the rest of their lives together. From how to spend free time and how to share costs and responsibilities to how many children they will have and how to best communicate their sexual needs, this book highlights several themes that remain in the pipeline when a couple decides to share the same roof. Including analysis and personal anecdotes, Fernanda de la Torre explains the potential hardships couples may face without good communication and how to fix issues before they arise.
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