Book Review – Listen to the Marriage by John Jay Osborn

Listen to the Marriage

I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

This was a story like no other that I have read. The whole story takes place in Gretchen’s and Steve’s therapist’s office where they are taking marriage counselling due to their recent separation. Each chapter was a session in the therapist’s office. Both Gretchen and Steve have committed adultery and while that was the catalyst of the break up, the marriage breakdown was about much more, more specifically, terrible communication skills. Having never been married, I found the process of this couple going through marriage counselling and working through marital issues fascinating. I found it to be a very enjoyable read.

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