Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Review: Make a Note to Love Your Spouse by Jim Maxwell

Love notes are hard work. Especially for those of us who don't speak the love languages of gift giving or words of affirmation. That's one reason why you should get Make A Note To Love Your Spouse. Jim Maxwell gives you everything you need to know to write great love notes (to your spouse and to anyone you love).

I'm not good at gifts. I'm moderately good at offering words of affirmation, but it's not a strength of mine. But my wife's top Love Language is gift giving. Jim's book breaks down how I can easily and quickly write love notes to her so she can feel that love that I want to express. It's not hard, it just takes a few minutes and the rewards are fantastic.

Jim is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and the founder of REAL Marriage where he helps real people have real relationships. He's got the experience counseling couples, serving as a military chaplain and learning how to be happily married to his own wife.

Make a Note to Love Your Spouse gives you simple, step-by-step instructions on how to start writing love notes, how to make them creatively, what to write in them and when to give them. This book is full of ideas, prompts and tools that will win you points with your spouse. The appendices give you ideas for what's happening each month and holidays that you might use as a love note prompt, so this book isn't just a one-time resource.

Pick it up, read it, and write a love note to your spouse today.

(Note: Amazon links earn me a small commission. I received nothing for this review, this is my honest evaluation of the book after reading it).

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