Our Marriage Contract
By Taylor M. Fletcher
Paperback: 68 pages
Genre: Self Help, Inspirational
About The Author
Taylor M. Fletcher is the Managing Partner at The Law Offices of Kawalski, Fletcher & Kirkpatrick, P.C. Mr. Fletcher has more than ten years’ experience as a corporate law attorney, an attorney consultant, and an expert legal volunteer for various public and private non-profit organizations throughout the Tri-State area.
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of Our Marriage Contract from Taylor M. Fletcher in exchange for an honest review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.
Our Marriage Contract gives a couple a no nonsense approach that takes the guess work out of relationship expectations. It opens the door to communication in a way that keeps the door open. With an honest, upfront style, Our Marriage Contract is a necessity for couples undergoing pre-marital counseling, or any couple that is struggling with unrealistic or unmet expectations from their spouse.
I definitely recommend Our Marriage Contract by Taylor M. Fletcher and give it four strong, hot cups of Room With Cups coffee!
© July 2, 2015
About The Book
NO JUDGES, NO LAWYERS, JUST GREAT COMMUNICATIONS…… Although titled Our Marriage Contract and written by a lawyer; I’m happy to say the book has absolutely nothing to do with the court or U.S. legal system. Instead the book actually explains and shows people how their relationship Expectations…Leads to Disappointment….Disappointments Leads to Resentment and Resentment Leads to Failure.
FROM A MALES PERSPECTIVE……In the book, I’m not writing from an expert or lawyer standpoint. Nope! I wrote the book from an average guy standpoint, who after years of darting and trying to figure why during most of my relationships I was either a hero at times or a big fat zero; even when I tried to do the right thing.
I FINALLY CRACKED THE CODE….So I think. After finally coming to grips that as crude as it may sound; relationships are just like any other of life’s fragile unions and in order to be successful there needs to be rules both people must follow to make it work. Now, here’s the fun part, part of putting my hypothesis or what I called “cracking the code” to the test, not only did I test and try it out on my then fiancée’ and now wife but I tested it on many of my friends who are in relationships or at the early stages of one. To my surprise it worked! Seriously! I was kind of shocked because I’m no Dr. Phil or other relationship expert, I was just a guy who figured it had to be an easier way to get what I wanted out of a relationship, and now I had the answer!
Two years later, Our Marriage Contract “the book” was born and published. I am really happy with the final product because I stayed true to the books mission which was to share my personal experiences and explain in under 65 pages how people can have a great relationship, regardless if they’ve been in a relationship for 6 months or 6 years, all with just a simple piece of paper. In the book I think women will appreciate The Men’s Quick Start Guide (page 17) and men in-turn will surely appreciate The Hostile Love Terms (page 32). In the end both people will know how to simply “ask” for what they not only need but want” in their current or next relationship and have fun doing it! Why? Because, I explain step by step how the process of “getting what you want” requires going to out to dinner along with a few other things designed to bring the couple closer in their relationship. Our Marriage Contract is currently listed on Barnes and Noble, Amazon and Kindle.
Here’s one of my many Relationship Expectation examples in the book.
Valentine’s Day is coming, so I ask my wife, “Honey what do you want for Valentine’s Day”? She candidly replies “nothing “, I then say “are you sure”?, She again says “I’m fine”!. Five days later Valentine Day rolls along and because I didn’t get her anything “but ” all the ladies in her office are receiving flowers, cards, bears, balloons and flowers…all except my wife. And even when she comes home, there’s still no flowers, cards candy etc. Now my wife is extremely disappointed at me but she can’t say or show it because remember I did asked her. Instead she’s disappointed, now what happens if this continues for years? You guessed it, Expectations leads to Disappointment…Disappointment leads to Resentment…Resentment leads to Failure…. Don’t think this can happen, well it does and in the book I explain how to avoid that situation so both people ultimately “get what they want”.
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