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Valentine's Day, Every Day

The LoveTeam Game Plan: How a Loving Couple can Think, Speak, and Act Like a Team is a newly published book perfect for Valentine's Day or any time of the year.

According to the authors, most “committed couples are in need of a new approach for their relationship. Fully 95 percent of couples say they aren't as happy after ten years of marriage, and about 50 percent of marriages end in divorce. The National Safety Council reports that over 90 percent of couples get divorced after a child drowning tragedy.”

In this groundbreaking work, a refreshingly original answer is given, grounded in experience, wisdom, and common sense. Couples thrive when they see themselves as part of a team. And when a winning team rests on a foundation of real love, the result is a relationship built to stand the test of time—a LoveTeam.

A LoveTeam movement is long overdue. A new approach for relationships is needed: one that has been proven successful in business, sports and most other areas of society. This game plan empowers couples to build a relationship that actually grows stronger through adversity, and helps them stop clashing and start cooperating.

Authors Richard and Dede Brown are parents and grandparents who make their home in Arizona. Richard formerly taught business and served as an administrator, in addition to having owned several successful small businesses. Over the years he has coached or played on over seventy athletic teams, as well as many other types of teams. Dede has also been on many teams, in a variety of forms, as a nurse and homemaker.

This book is available from most ebook and print retailers, or from the authors' website.

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