By Lisa Robertson, Al Robertson
Alan and Lisa Robertson, contributors of America’s favourite again woods family members and the Duck Commander extended family, tackle the subject of relationships as they proportion the secrets and techniques that stored their marriage.
Infidelity, deceit, mistrust, and disgrace. regrettably, those are ordinary subject matters in lots of of today’s marriages in America—even within the family-values-promoting, Christian-based Robertson family.
With a romance that all started in junior excessive, the couple received off to a rocky commence yet quickly settled into married existence and had child ladies. Alan turned a pastor within the church the place his relatives have been participants for years. Then, whilst Lisa had an affair, the heartache and the strain was once very public.
But this isn't a ebook a few marriage long past fallacious. it's a candid tale of rescued love and renewed dedication. After approximately getting divorced, Alan and Lisa got here to phrases with what went improper of their marriage and either all started the labor of creating it correct. Now married for twenty-nine years, Alan and Lisa advice in difficulty and communicate around the country—openly sharing their hardships, their trip to renewed dedication, and a thriving marriage.
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He communicated it by . 13. He respected Mom and valued her opinion. Yes No He showed this by . He liked Mom because . 14. He tried to make life nice for Mom. Yes No He did this by . Why did he do this? Now answer these same questions about your mother: 1. Mom showed her anger. Yes No 46 “Oh, No! He’s Just Like My Father” She got mad at Dad about . She showed her anger by . 2. Mom showed affection. Yes No She liked it when Dad . She showed it by . 3. Mom got frustrated. Yes No She got frustrated when Dad .