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Andrew Marshall spent almost thirty years helping couples resolve arguments and fall back in love again. In his first book, I Love You But I'm Not In Love with You, he shed light on a universal relationship problem: What happens when lust turns lukewarm.

In I Love You But You Always Put Me Last, Marshall addresses one of the most fundamental relationship issues that fuels so much frustration and discord: letting your children ruin your marriage. Here, he shines a light on how easy it is to lose sight of being husband and wife once they become mommy and daddy, and how that breeds not only unhappy parents but fractious and desperate kids, because kids thrive when parents are in harmony and tackle problems as a team.

Marshall's unique 10-Step plan will help couples rekindle the fire in their relationship by learning to restore the proper balance of shared priorities to keep the respect, fun and passion alive – even when baby makes 3…or 4…or 5.

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