Making Marriage Work
By Enrique Rojas
In a time of history marked by the breakdown of marriage, vast confusion over the definition of love, and fragility of commitment, Dr. Enrique Rojas proposes a profound and complete vision of fulfilling, committed, self-giving—and achievable—love.
In this book, The Challenge of Love, he tackles many subjects including: What is love? What is at the core of falling in love? How do you know if you are making the right choice in a partner? How do you form a solid, strong, and lasting relationship? What are the pillars that uphold a couple’s love through time? What guidelines should we follow to resolve marital conflicts?
Writing for couples considering marriage as well as couples already married, he offers valuable advice, helpful stories from clinical experience as a psychologist, and proven techniques to overcome conflicts that inevitably occur in every marriage.
Doctor and professor of psychiatry Enrique Rojas (1949) is a prolific author of essays, articles, and books on topics of married and unmarried relationships, issues of modern ideologies, the analysis and treatment of human disorders such as anxiety and depression, and more. His studies are infused with the Christian understanding of the human person as only fully satisfied through a sacramental relationship with God.
He currently directs the Spanish Institute for Psychiatric Research in Madrid and is president of the Rojas-Estapé Foundation for young people with personality disorders and without material resources.