Title: Relationships that Work (And Those that Don’t)
A systematic way of looking at the different aspects of what contributes to the relationships we get into
Author: H. Norman Wright
Duration: 15 chapters of ~20pages each, which should only take an individual a couple of weeks to finish reading. If doing this in a small group study, it is recommended to break out into smaller groups of accountability partners consisting of 2-4pax per group max. Such accountability groups would probably finish the material in the book in about 4 sessions.
A systematic way of looking at the different aspects of what contributes to the relationships we get into, and discusses specific ways to build a long-term relationship or identify signs as to when to get out of one that is not working out. The book begins by looking at today’s dating world, then brings the reader through understanding oneself before broaching the topic of attraction. The middle chapters focus on how to identify whether the relationship is worth building and discusses some ways to identify when it is not. The final chapters discuss some different aspects of working out differences between the parties involved in the relationship andhow to build compatability.
Recommended for individual/couple study or very small group (eg. 2-4pax) study/discussion to increase accountability.
Each individual must have gone through the materials and thought about how/whether what is discussed applies in their lives.