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Marriage manual update

Therapist tweaks and adds a chapter to How to Stay Married Without Going Crazy

Posted: January 15, 2014 at 2:43 a.m.

Rebecca Ward, Little Rock marriage and family therapist, prepares to sign copies of the newly updated edition of her 2000 book, How to Stay Married Without Going Crazy, during a Dec. 5 event at WordsWorth Books & Co. in Little Rock.

Rebecca Ward, Little Rock marriage and family therapist, prepares to sign copies of the newly updated edition of her 2000 book, How to Stay Married Without Going Crazy, during a Dec. 5 event at WordsWorth Books & Co. in Little Rock.

It has been 14 years since Little Rock therapist Rebecca Fuller Ward wrote a book to help married couples get along better. Ward eschewed any fancy, lofty titles for the book.

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Family, Pages 34 on 01/15/2014

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