Us by Daniel L. Tocchini

Posted on March 18, 2010. Filed under: Uncategorized |

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Don’t just improve your marriage. Transform it!

Marriage Coach Daniel Tocchini shows how to

break barriers and remove ruts in marriage 

Your browser may not support display of this image. Dallas/Ft. Worth, TXUs, a new book by Daniel Tocchini, isn’t about improving marriages. It’s about transforming them. Drawing on personal experience and stories from couples he has coached, Tocchini offers practical guidance to move couples beyond communication tricks and gimmicks to help them truly understand “Us” for the first time—talking honestly, listening generously, tackling tricky issues, breaking out of ruts, and abandoning self-centered “consumer thinking.” The good news, according to Tocchini, is that personalities don’t need to change in order for marriage to work. What needs to change is how we view ourselves, our spouses, and our marriages. 

Innovative, insightful and thoroughly biblical, Tocchini’s approach has helped thousands in his popular seminars. Whether a marriage is in deep trouble or just coasting along, it’s time for Christian couples to read the User’s Guide that God intended. 

In this intensely practical, innovative guide, marriage coach Daniel Tocchini invites you to open your marriage to transformation by learning to:

  • Expect less—and infinitely more—of your life partner and yourself
  • Actually talk to each other instead of making assumptions (and accusations)
  • Break free of those recurring, unresolved arguments
  • Manage the impact of difficult (but necessary) conversations on your relationship
  • Defuse conflict without sweeping it under a rug
  • Open the broken places in your marriage (the ones you hesitate even to talk about) to God’s kind of reconciliation


Tocchini explains, “This is a transformational approach to breaking through the barriers and getting out of the ruts in our marriage by paying attention to our conversation—what we are thinking, our motivation for thinking it, and the impact it has on our spouse.” 

Your browser may not support display of this image. Author Bio

Daniel L. Tocchini has worked with more than 5,000 couples through personal marriage coaching and the unique and life-changing marriage seminars offered through his organization, the Association for Christian Character Development. An ordained minister, chaplain, author, and highly successful speaker/coach, he lives with his family in California. 

Suggested Interview Questions

1. You claim that regardless of our efforts to change each other, we will never be able to successfully improve our marriages.  What hope is there, then, for transforming a marriage?

2. Statistics show that Christian marriages fail as much (or more) than non-Christian marriages. Why are marriages in so much trouble, and how can we help prevent bad marriages before they even begin?

3. What is the key to making your spouse your advocate instead of your adversary?

4. Why is it important for spouses to come up with a vision statement for their marriage?

5. How has “consumer thinking” caused so many marriages to self-destruct? 

Us by Daniel L. Tocchini

David C Cook/January 2010

ISBN: 978-1-4347-6473-7/196 pages/softcover/$14.99


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Everything in a successful and happy life during our human experience is about building relationships. Whether it is a marriage, your family, the workplace, or within your community, the more energy we put into listening, understanding, and respecting each other, then the more successful those relationships will be.

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