As the bride stands at the back of the church on her father's arm, looking at her beaming groom waiting for her, neither one of them assume that their marriage will be anything but blissful an exciting adventure of two people bound by love. Oh sure, they don't presume that they will be without problems but theirs will be a union of joy and understanding. But what happens when the marriage becomes less about the better and more about the worse of their vows? Jim Keller, nationally known speaker and counselor, addresses this issue in his new book, Upside Down Marriage: 12 Ways to Keep Your Marriage Right Side Up. Having been counseling couples for more than 25 years, Keller shares his expertise and insight on the best ways for couples facing the challenges of healthy marriage to come together and make things work. But Upside Down Marriage is not just for couples already in the throes of a troubled relationship, but also for those looking to keep a good marriage from heading down that path.