Synopses & Reviews
Dancing in the Kitchen is a lighthearted, yet honest look at what it takes to build lasting love in marriage, even through adversity.
As a Jazz recording artist, Debbie Cunningham has entertained couples with songs of love and romance for more than a decade. Married to her high school sweetheart for more than thirty years and unwilling to sit idly by while divorce rates climb in today's society, she began writing songs about the journey and celebration of committed love. That writing led to her search for and gleaning wisdom from married couples who had gone through hard circumstances and stayed together, all to provide hope for other couples in their journey of making love last.
In Dancing in the Kitchen, Debbie shares her own marriage experience through seasons of grief and her daughter's unexpected health issues, weaving in stories of other couples who have stayed together through infidelity, terminal illness, loss, infertility, addiction, and, in an unusual twist, even the journey of an arranged marriage. These couples have found connecting points that allowed them to stay in love and defeat the rising divorce statistic. Ultimately, every married couple has seasons of struggle, which can either bring a couple together or push them apart. With lighthearted candor, Dancing in the Kitchen reveals to readers how to cultivate connection with their spouse in the hard seasons and stay in love for a lifetime.
A lighthearted, yet honest look at what it takes to build lasting love in marriage, even through adversity.