The First Year of Marriage:
What to Expect, What to Accept and What You Can Change
by Miriam Arond and Samuel L. Pauker, M.D. (Warner Books)
Based on an exclusive, groundbreaking statistical survey of newlyweds nationwide and hundreds of interviews, The First Year of Marriage: What to Expect, What to Accept and What You Can Change is packed with striking findings, psychological insights, helpful tips, advice, and checklists, and dozens of anecdotes of couples navigating the emotional and practical challenges of adjusting to marriage.
Published in six editions, The First Year of Marriage has become the bible for newlyweds. It has received rave reviews, extensive media coverage, and been excerpted in numerous magazines, newspapers, and books. Coauthors Miriam Arond and Dr. Pauker have been quoted in the New York Times, LA Times, Newsweek, USA Today, Washington Post, theknot.com, Brides, Bridal Guide, Self, and Reader's Digest, and been guests on dozens of TV and radio talk shows, including CBS Morning Show, Oprah, Geraldo, and Regis. They have presented their findings at the American Psychiatric Association, American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, and the Association for Couples in Marriage Enrichment. The First Year of Marriage is required reading in many college classes on sociology of the family and was translated for publication in Poland and China.
"Should be required reading before receiving a marital license not only for those getting married, but also for their families and perhaps their friends."
---Ira D. Glick, M.D., coauthor of Marital and Family Therapy
"No one should dare step up to the altar without consulting this one-of-a-kind book."
---Stephanie Wood, Bridal Guide magazine
"An authoritative, compelling guide to establishing a firm foundation for a lasting, happy marriage."
---Millie M. Bratten, Bride's magazine
"It takes newlyweds by the hand, and gently leads them past the danger points, the difficulties, and the unexpected misunderstandings of that first crucial year. A couple beginning marriage with this sensitive guide are clearing
the way for harmony and happiness in years to come. I will tuck this book in every wedding gift I send from now on."
---Francine Klagsburn, author of Married People: Staying Together in the Age of Divorce
Feeling Safe: Talking to Children About War and Terrorism
by the Editors of Child magazine. Forward by Miriam Arond (Barnes & Noble Books)
"Child magazine editors recognize that children deal with confusion, fear and anxiety in different ways-and that parents, whether their kids directly ask tough questions and admit they're worried about terrorism and war or not-need to be prepared to comfort.....This is a timely, helpful guide."
Miriam Arond has written articles featured in a variety of publications, including: