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 listeners 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.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
In a long-term relationship, some amount of arguing is inevitable—the trick is knowing the right way to do it. Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin, a formerly married couple who launched the Whine Down podcast, share stories from their own tumultuous relationship to illustrate the dos and don’ts of settling disputes with your romantic partner. And these two definitely get real. From lies and infidelity to therapy and healing, Kramer and Caussin’s candor about their own problems gives their practical advice a lot of weight. (One insight that stuck with us: If your partner seems to be acting like a petulant child…that’s probably exactly how they’re feeling!) The NFL star and actress-singer narrate their book together, and their back-and-forth makes it sound like they’re having an intimate conversation. Whether your conflicts as a couple result in big blowouts or little everyday squabbles, the wisdom of The Good Fight will make sure you both come out feeling like winners.
Bipolar Teenagers explaining life
Yes, that’s hoy It fell with all the foul language to make it “cool”. Like two people that went through a lot of therapy and now thinking they know it all. Isn’t 6years of marriage still the honeymoon face...not sure if they should advice people. Jana used the book to get back at him in the way, I guess. I would be very surprised if they are still together but I will hope. They also contributed a verse of the bible to Lincoln- very annoying but it also showed that the “being Christian” part is uncommitted too like so much it seems. Grow up is all I would say!