“Marriage is a bit like dancing. It's supposed to be fun but it's harder than it looks.”
— -Debbie Cunningham
"Debbie’s book provides encouragement to keep hearing the music that made us fall in love, even if circumstances change. I recommend you review Debbie’s “Practices for Staying in Love” to keep from stepping on your partner’s toes."
-Dan Miller, New York Times bestselling author, 48 Days to the Work You Love
“Staying in love through the challenges that life brings to every relationship does not come naturally. Dancing in the Kitchen is a book you can’t afford to miss.” -Ken Davis, Best Selling Author and Inspirational/Motivational Speaker
“It is obvious that marriage is under attack and even many good ones are in troubled waters. Dancing in the Kitchen will inspire you to rehearse the steps and keep dancing in the arms of your love.”
— -Eliie Lofaro, Author/ International Speaker
Statistics show that 3 out of 7 couples will divorce, even some after 20-30 years of marriage.
Why are we falling out of love and not staying in it?
With lighthearted candor, Jazz recording artist, Debbie Cunningham shares from her own 30 year marriage journey through difficult seasons of grief and her daughter’s unexpected health issue, while weaving in stories of other couples that have stayed together through infidelity, serious illness, depression, infertility, addiction and in an unusual twist- even the journey of an arranged marriage. She encourages you to not lose hope but to lean into your faith, revisit commitment, brush off your dancing shoes to learn some new steps, and cultivate connection to get you dancing in the kitchen again.