REVIEW: “Us: A User’s Guide” by Daniel Tocchini

A different kind of marriage guide, this book starts off by assuring you that YOU don’t need to change.

I almost didn’t keep reading, though, as there was too much of an undertone of “emergent” thinking here. But, I’m glad I kept going, despite that. The book has some great tips for how couples can work together (or individually) to learn to communicate better, and be more “kingdom oriented”. It’s not about fixing the other person, but about understanding them better.

Rated: C

0 Replies to “REVIEW: “Us: A User’s Guide” by Daniel Tocchini”

  1. I have made book related and blog related new years resolutions and I really hope to keep them (although its always a challenge isn’t it!). I am trying to faithfully keep them and I so far im really enjoying trying to keep them which is plus!

    My 2010 reading goals are at this link
    http://pageturnersbooks.blogspot.com/2009/12/2010-reading-goals.html

    My 2010 blogging goals are at this link
    http://pageturnersbooks.blogspot.com/2009/12/my-blogging-plans-for-new-year.html

    I hope that you achieve your goals!

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