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Halfway to Each Other: How a Year in Italy Brought Our Family Home

3 Ratings: 4.7
A book by Susan Pohlman

'In a voice genuine and likable, (Pohlman) writes about a year that really rocked her world, a year during which she turned a hard gaze on herself -- on her choices, her behaviors and her words -- in a way that sounds easy to do but isn't.... Yet the … see full wiki

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Author: Susan Pohlman
Publisher: GuidepostsBooks
3 reviews about Halfway to Each Other: How a Year in Italy...
review by . December 13, 2009
Whether we want to admit it or not, changes is difficult for most of us. Through the pages of HALFWAY TO EACH OTHER, Susan Pohlman pulls back the curtain on her family and marriage. She gives us an intimate look at how her family changed and grew.     I believe some of the insight in this book is pictured in the last paragraph of the prologue, "People who have lived through a personal crisis often say that faith is what got them through it. I knew now that God sends us messages …
review by . October 23, 2009
Susan and Tim's marriage was over. It had been over for quite some time but now both were finally ready to admit defeat. Then, fate intervened. On a trip to Italy, the couple spent an afternoon that would change the course of their marriage. Indeed, it would bring their family closer than they ever thought possible.     Halfway to Each Other follows the life of Susan and Tim as they and their two teenage children spend a year in Italy. Not knowing anyone in the country and not …
review by . September 29, 2009
We can't all get away to Italy for a year in an effort to escape the rat race that has not only stolen our souls, but also infringed upon our marriages and relationships with our children.    We can't all do it, but after Susan and Tim Pohlman spent a few days in Italy while their marriage was on their last legs, they wondered if they might be able to harness the harmony and rest that they experienced in the Italy if they picked up their two teens and moved the whole family to …
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