Make Room Book
“MAKE ROOM” by Jeff Rees
Living in your dream home is what everyone wants, but building that dream house is impossible unless you have the right blueprint and tools. The same can be said of healthy relationship. Everyone wants a marriage that’s full of intimacy and trust, but unless you use the right tools you’ll never get there.
“Anyone in a serious relationship will find this book most helpful.”
— Dr. Gary Chapman, author of The 5 Love Languages
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Make Room Testimonials
“Learn to be a better communicator, which leads to a better love-filled relationship.”
"Anyone in a serious relationship will find this book most helpful."
“Jeff Rees takes a unique approach in guiding couples to reach deeper levels of communication and self-discovery. This is an excellent resource for engaged and married couples to take the next step of ‘knowing’ one another. Make Room will be a resource I will often utilize and highly recommend to clients.”
“Building a great marriage is both God-honoring and personally rewarding. However, this building process is not without challenges. In Make Room, Jeff Rees provides a blueprint for navigating these challenges and for strengthening even the best marriages.”
“Make Room is very personable, understandable, and engaging. The metaphor of the different rooms representing areas we should explore within marriage is intriguing, very relevant, and useful. Major kudos!”
“There is a freshness and wisdom in Jeff Rees’ insight, even (and especially) for those of us who have been married for decades. His emphasis upon communicating with your spouse is fantastic.”
“Jeff Rees’ concept of a couple’s future home resonates, and it puts him in the category of elite teacher and coach. Good coaching is about putting passionate players in position to make plays. Make Room goes deep and clears the path for JOY; the eternal other that has no opposite. Read it and score!”
“Jeff Rees’s emphasis on communication highlights the importance of empathy.”