Many of the two- to three-page essay topics are familiar tips you've probably encountered before--let go of past history, be best friends, stop keeping score, be kind, express your love, be a good listener, and remember that your partner can't read your mind, for example. But even though they aren't earth-shaking or revolutionary, having 100 of them in one book makes it easy to read chapters with your partner and share views, discussing ways to put each strategy into action. And certainly if you use even a quarter of these relationship reminders, you and your partner can't help but become closer. This is the first book Richard has written with his wife, Kristine. The essays grew out of what the Carlsons have learned about keeping a relationship vital and loving over 14 years of marriage. --Joan Price --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I don't read it much but that's just because I am a terrible reader. I also have DON'T SWEAT THE SMALL STUFF IN LIFE, and the concepts have helped me once I applied them to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Elizabeth Morales
Having practiced as a marriage and family counsellor for many years I had read and recommended many good books on the subject, which made valuable contributions to fostering loving... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jeanette Froude
When I first started reading, I thought that the book may be too simple. They didn't give 10 step processes or long exercises to do in order to get past problems. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Robert