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One couple's book, "The Go-Giver Marriage," seeks to assist. This is the fifth book in the "Go-Giver" series, which all follow the same format: a tale followed by five secrets or takeaways.

The book opens with a tale about Tom and Tess. The narrative reveals their struggles. With aid from old and new friends, kids learn to appreciate, attend, allow, believe, and develop.

Ana states that readers tell her that the book taught them that love is a discipline. "Falling in love is exhilarating, but it's not genuine. Love is a set of daily activities to keep it alive.

Ana adds, "If you appreciate your spouse four or five times a day, that's five minutes of your day." When done sincerely and passionately, the partner nearly melts and quickly reciprocates.

Both spouses share the book's secrets with their children to help them build healthy relationships.

Rogers-Ellis' daughter is engaged. "I'm doing a reading and could use 'The Go-Giver Marriage' concepts."