The DNA of Relationships

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About the Author
Dr. Greg Smalley and Erin Smalley met in college, where Greg instantly knew he wanted to marry Erin... but where it took her nearly four years to fall crazy in love with him. They then said their vows, had three biological children, and adopted a fourth from China. After resolving some key relationship struggles early on, Greg and Erin knew they wanted to help other couples learn how to live out the romance and adventure of marriage. To that end, they've written several marriage books and hosted marriage conferences both in the US and internationally. Recently celebrating their twenty-fourth anniversary, they say that marriage gets better every year. Greg, who earned a doctorate in psychology, is the vice president of marriage and family formation at Focus on the Family. Erin, who holds a master's degree in clinical psychology, works alongside him.
Michael Smalley is a theatre maker and researcher. His professional practice includes stage managing many productions in Australia, the UK, and Canada. Formerly a lecturer in Technical Theatre and Scenography at the University of Southern Queensland, Australia, he is a member of the Scenography Working Group of the International Federation of Theatre Research.

Gary Smalley was one of the country's best-known authors and speakers on family relationships. In addition to writing The Blessing and The Two Sides of Love with John Trent, their book The Language of Love (newly revised and updated) won the Angel Award as the best contribution to family life. His national infomercial, Hidden Keys to Loving Relationships, has been viewed by television audiences all over the world.

Dr Robert S. Paul (1918-1992) was a graduate in the School of Modern History at Oxford and specialised in the study of Cromwell. Paul gained his DPhil from the University, and was later appointed Assistant Director of the Ecumenical Institute at Bossey, Switzerland.