Remember when your child begins to crawl and move around the house? What active steps did you take to protect your child from the hidden dangers in the home? Plugs in the electric sockets and maybe some clasps on the kitchen cabinets? You took active steps to protect your child from these potential dangers.
Marriage and Family Psychologist and Counselor Dr. Debbie Cherry helps you take proactive steps to nurture and protect your marriage during the childbearing years in this well-written and practical book. She gives you the essential elements for marriage survival. As Dr. Gary D. Chapman writes in his foreword, "We must learn to "childproof" our marriages during those parenting years, or we will soon learn that marriage withers and dies. When the parental team breaks down and begins to disintegrate, the children become the biggest losers. They lose their family unit, which is where they build their sense of security. When children don't feel secure, their whole world seems to unravel. No amount of baseball, dance, piano lessons, or toys can make up for that kind of loss."
Take the practical ideas in Childproofing Your Marriage and easily apply them into your every day life. Dr. Cherry has the personal and practical experience to help your marriage. I highly recommend this book to anyone with children who are still at home.