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The marriage sabbatical

the journey that brings you home

by Cheryl Jarvis

  • 187 Want to read
  • 15 Currently reading

Published by Perseus Publishing in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Married women,
  • Leave of absence,
  • Marriage,
  • Women -- Psychology,
  • Women -- Identity

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 293-299)

    StatementCheryl Jarvis
    The Physical Object
    Pagination303 p. ;
    Number of Pages303
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17005301M
    ISBN 100738203394

      Joanne Kraft Joanne Kraft is a mom of four and the author of The Mean Mom’s Guide to Raising Great Kids and Just Too Busy—Taking Your Family on a Radical has been a guest on Focus on the Family, FamilyLife Today, CBN and her articles have been published in Today’s Christian Woman, P31 Woman, In Touch, Thriving Family, Parentlife and more.   In my personal opinion, I don’t think marriage sabbaticals work. I think it would only lead to more polarisations, between the husband and the wife. Being too far apart, can sometimes make both parties comfortable with the distance instead of improving the relationship.

    PAGE SABBATICAL HOUSE. The Page Sabbatical House is a ministry dedicated to the health and well-being of pastors and Christian Leaders and is sponsored by the Eastern North Carolina Church of God State Office. The purpose of this house is to provide a place for pastors to getaway for a time of rest, peace and renewal.   In this personal yet practical book, Cheryl Jarvis chronicles the story of her own marriage sabbatical-a three-month stay at writers' colonies-and the experiences of 55 other women who took time and space away. Through these reflective and empowering ventures, the author illuminates the issues involved: the logistics, the finances, the fears/5(23).

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Through these reflective and empowering ventures, the author illuminates the issues involved: the logistics, the finances, the fears/5(9). "A Marriage Sabatical is a beautiful book. It is a privelege to accompany this remarkable woman on this physical and spiritual journey" - Lynn Eckman (Professor Roanoke College), Roanoke Times-- Roanoke Times "A Marriage Sabbatical is a wise and worldly - a lively and affectionate story of how one woman coped with unexpected crises and pleasures."." - Larry Rumley, Seatt4/5(13).

This is a "marriage sabbatical"; it's not a separation but a chance to revive one's own spirit with the hoped-for outcome of strengthening the marriage. I have no desire to take a marriage sabbatical (it I found this book in a neighborhood library box and thought it might be a memoir/5.

A Marriage Sabbatical is the true story of Sabina Shalom, who exchanged a brilliant single-life career for marriage and motherhood. After 30 years of making a home for her husband and their two sons, she felt frustrated in her role as live-in-maid and asked her husband for time off with pay!/5.

For them, marriage and family is a source of security, constancy, and love, yet they believe there are fascinating adventures still to be pursued. What do I mean by marriage sabbatical. The term was coined by Cheryl Jarvis, who wrote a book based on interviews with fifty-five women who had taken sabbaticals, after also taking a 3 month trip of.

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The Marriage Sabbatical is a journalistic exploration of married women leaving home to pursue a dream, conquer a challenge, nurture a talent, or find themselves. They hike the Appalachian Trail, drive cross-country, teach overseas, join a dig. In solitude they paint, write or study. In this personal yet practical book, Cheryl Jarvis chronicles the story of her own marriage sabbatical–a three-month stay at writers’ colonies–and the experiences of 55 other women who took time and space away.

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Wanis offers these three pros and these three cons when it comes to taking a sabbatical from your marriage. The PROS. Done effectively and with a plan, being apart from the marriage & your spouse, gives you the opportunity to become clear about who you are, what you want and need, and whether or not you will get that in your marriage.

Cheryl Jarvis, a St. Louis journalist, author of "The Marriage Sabbatical: The Journey That Brings You Home," and the one to coin the term “marriage sabbatical,” captured the narratives of 55 women who had taken sabbaticals, after also taking a three-month trip of her own.

In her book, Jarvis explores the radical question of what happens. In The Marriage Sabbatical, Cheryl Jarvis makes a case for women who take the time away from her family and/ or spouse to find themselves. A marriage sabbatical is a “personal time-out from daily routines for creative, professional or spiritual growth, reflection or renewal.” It allows women to get away from the noises of caretaking and judgment.

Sabina Shalom is the author of the book A Marriage Sabbatical. Born and educated in England, psychologist, social worker, Sabina Shalom, was a volunteer with a British Relief Organization to work with concentration camp survivors in Europe after WWII.

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The term ‘Marriage Sabbatical’ was first coined by Cheryl Jarvis in her book The Marriage Sabbatical. The idea is that individuals in long term relationships be able to support each other to take time away from their daily routines to nurture their own creative, intellectual, or spiritual strengths in order to become fully expressed human beings.

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About the Author. Born and educated in England, Sabina Shalom was a volunteer social worker with concentration camp survivors in Europe after the war.