When Faith Causes Family Friction: Dr. Ray Tackles the Tough Questions

published by Franciscan Media | Trade Paperback | 160 pages
$ 15.99
Do you ever feel like raising kids in the faith is a losing battle? Or maybe your spouse wishes you weren’t quite so religious. Concerns surrounding Christianity and faith can become touchy topics for today’s families.
With equal doses of sound spiritual wisdom and good psychological perspective, Dr. Ray addresses the most common issues.

Let Dr. Ray show you the guilt-free way to live your faith and share it peacefully with those you love.

The audio edition of this book can be downloaded via Audible.
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When Faith Causes Family Friction

I didn’t receive the book, but still want to. Please do send it to me.

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Not exactly what I expected

It's a well written book about things that probably bother certain families, but I don't need advice about my toddlers acting up in church, or a parent not going to Mass. My family dilemma is 2 adult brothers who disagree about how they are living their lives. (ie views on divorce)

J
J.

The question and answer format is limited in its use and should be further explained in the book’s description. In essence, you are buying one page. Not recommended.

Dr. Ray Guarendi is the father of ten, clinical psychologist, author, public speaker, and nationally syndicated radio and television host. His radio show, The Doctor Is In, can be heard weekdays on EWTN Radio and Sirius/XM satellite radio. Dr. Ray’s national television show, Living Right With Dr. Ray, is entering its fourth season. His many books include Winning the Discipline Debates and Fighting Mad

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
33%
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67%
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J
J.A.
When Faith Causes Family Friction

I didn’t receive the book, but still want to. Please do send it to me.

M
M.R.
Not exactly what I expected

It's a well written book about things that probably bother certain families, but I don't need advice about my toddlers acting up in church, or a parent not going to Mass. My family dilemma is 2 adult brothers who disagree about how they are living their lives. (ie views on divorce)

J
J.

The question and answer format is limited in its use and should be further explained in the book’s description. In essence, you are buying one page. Not recommended.