Hosts of the award-winning Whine Down podcast, Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin explore the raw and real moments of their marriage—what it means to love, to fight, and to sincerely forgive—with spiritual guidance and practical advice for anyone seeking stronger, more fulfilling love.
From the beginning, Mike and Jana had the kind of everyday arguments that drive even the happiest couples apart. Money, careers, insecurity, jealousy...And then kids, infidelity, addiction, and growing walls around their individual hearts. Many people would have separated. But Jana and Mike discovered something invaluable: While fighting under the worst possible circumstances, they learned how to fight for each other with respect, kindness, humor, and faith.
The Good Fight reveals how one couple decided to honor their forever love by battling it out and staying together, told from both sides. With honesty, warmth, and hilarity, Jana and Mike walk us through the details of the most complicated fights of their past. They show readers how they've communicated, prayed, forgiven, and radically embraced each other to live their happiest, most fulfilling lives possible, and offer lessons anyone—married, dating, single—can use to give and receive lasting love.
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About the Author
JANA KRAMER is a country music singer and actress. She has starred in beloved television shows One Tree Hill, Friday Night Lights, and Dancing With the Stars, and has released two albums: Jana Kramer (2012) and Thirty One (2015). Jana and her husband, former NFL tight end, MICHAEL CAUSSIN, host the award-winning Whine Down podcast, where they discuss their relationship in real time for fans and guests. They live in Nashville with their two children.
Table of Contents
Introduction: What Will We Ever Fight About? 1
1 Claim Your Baggage 17
2 Clean Your Side of the Street 31
3 Know Your Triggers 51
4 Start Talking 69
5 Listen Up 93
6 Tell the Truth 109
7 Learn to Walk Away 129
8 Pray on It 145
9 It Takes Two 165
10 Make the Time 179
11 Trust the Process 199
Conclusion: Silver Lining in Repair 209