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 have not really had the time to read it yet, but the first chapter was okay. Probably best to read sporadically when advice is needed.Published 6 days ago by lulu
Every single person in any kind of relationship including men need to read this!!!!!Published 17 days ago by twestty
My boyfriend and I read a section from this almost every day. It is very good and helps keep us centered and focused on whats important versus the little minutia and one sided BS... Read morePublished 1 month ago by SJ
A great book to give as a gift for someone struggling in a relationship!Published 1 month ago by Suzie in Montana
one of the best books ive read on relationships. easy to read, short and to the pointPublished 2 months ago by smit
It was an easy reading book, and had many good points. I enjoyed it, and will use many of the points it made in my relationships. Great book, well written.Published 3 months ago by Myrna Jeanne Freeman
Very well written book that gives an excellent perspective that is helpful in making a strong, loving relationship.Published 4 months ago by Danica