The New ‘I Do’ Part 2- Creating a Successful Relationship

by Aleisha

Episode 77 of the Bridechilla Wedding Podcast. None of us engaged and married folk are planning to get divorced… unless you’re running some sort of visa scam…good luck to you but realistically a bunch of us probably will.
I’m sure you don’t want to hear this now…you probably want me to be talking about and posting things about bunting and floral hair crowns (gorgeous!) but tough titties… we are going there.
In Part 2 of this special Bridechilla Wedding Podcast interview, my guests, therapist Susan Pease Gadoua and journalist Vicki Larson have literally written the book on marriage, It’s called The New “I Do”, reshaping marriage for skeptics, realists and rebels and it is a GREAT read!
Click on the book to visit the amazon store! 

Following on from last weeks podcast, therapist Susan Pease Gadoua and journalist Vicki Larson take a groundbreaking look at the modern shape of marriage to help readers (and listeners) open their minds to marrying more consciously and creatively. Offering actual models of less-traditional marriages, the book covers unique options for couples interested in forging their own paths.

The New I Do acts as a guide to thinking outside the marital box and the framework for a new debate on marriage in the 21st century. This is a must listen episode of the podcast. I delighted that I can share their wonderful collective insights with you and look forward to hearing your feedback.

“If you think a 50 percent divorce rate is an acceptable statistic, then I suppose
you don’t have to read this book. For everyone else, this book
will give you permission to think outside the box.”

— Pepper Schwartz, AARP’s sex and relationship expert and the author of
The Normal Bar: The Surprising Secrets of Happy Couples

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