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Product Details

  • Paperback: 200 pages
  • Publisher: Viva Editions (October 1, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1573444138
  • ISBN-13: 978-1573444132
  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 4.9 x 6.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #923,266 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Relationship counselor Judy Ford calls on her 25 years of experience to offer advice on how to build and sustain romantic relationships for the test of time. This inspirational book reminds us that 'love matters every day.'"
-Northwest Books

"So many songs, movies and poetry have been dedicated to love. We all want love. And if you've experienced love, you know that in those early stages, it feels so wonderful, like you're floating on air. But then like any relationship, you realize it isn't always going to be easy. It takes work and dedication to reinvent love and to keep it exciting, fresh and fun. Author Judy Ford shows you how to keep love alive in everyday living. Ford, a nationally known family counselor and inspirational speaker, shares with readers, stories and experiences that show that love is sustainable. It's really the little things - things that seem insignificant, that go a long way in helping love thrive and flourish. Every Day Love provides "Love Lessons" in each chapter, exercises that will give you opportunities to nurture your relationships and bring out the best in yourself and those you love. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It really does offer up simple, easy ideas to nurture relationships. I see this book as a wonderful resource, a gentle guide to keeping love alive in close relationships."

-Reviewed by Laura Friedkin, Sacramento Book Review

"A wonderfully helpful book about the tender graces and gritty practices that will keep your relationship not just alive but beautifully thriving."
-Daphne Rose Kingma, author of True Love, Finding True Love, and The Future of Love



"Judy Ford's book is any couple's handbook for happiness. I have found her "love lessons" invaluable. Read Every Day Love and you'll be a better partner the same day."

--NIna Lesowitz, co-author of Living Life as a Thank You

"The "secret" to loving is loving: the more we give of that vast and powerful force called Love, the more it returns to illuminate our days with hope, simple bliss and heart-happy wonder. Judy Ford's Every Day Love ties the colorful, encouraging ribbons along Love's path, showing the very way to keep our hearts wide open and our love alive."

Margie Lapanja, author of The Goddess' Guide to Love, Goddess in the Kitchen and Food Men Love

Heartfelt, Honed and Honest!

"Every Day Love written by an authentic romantic who also happens to be a renowned family therapist and prolific author of best selling "inner guide books". Judy Ford has explored issues that range from living with loss to how to love a child. Her latest book is a must read for anyone seriously interested in loving and being loved. What you can discover within these pages will stay with you and inspire you in all of your relationships. I cannot imagine a more important subject . Seldom have i read an author with equal clarity of expression and accessibility as Ms. Ford.

Who wrote the book of love? Judy Ford. and it is finally here!"

-- Antonia Rojas Kabakov

Judy Ford is fast becoming my favorite inspirational writer. I am touched, uplifted and best of all, feel differently about life. In she speaks for love in a way that moves me closer to who I really am. Find out for yourself the hidden wisdom in this deceptively simple book.

- Jay Schlechter, PhD, author of "Intimate Friends: An Antidote to Loneliness

About the Author

Judy Ford is a nationally recognized family counselor, bestselling author, and inspirational speaker whose expertise is in empowering individuals and families. Her "Parenting with Love and Laughter" workshops have been attended by thousands of parents. She has dedicated her life to family healing and wholeness and is an in-demand couple's counselor.

More About the Author

Judy Ford, a trained professional with heart, soul, and life experience, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She is also a best selling author, mother, friend, and some say inspirational role model. She has been studying love and relationships for over three decades specializing in love, loss, and the things that matter most.

Articles on her work have appeared in Oprah Magazine, Family Circle, Women's World, Cosmopolitan, Family Circle, Glamour, Woman's Day, among others. Her media appearances have included Oprah, CNN, and National Public Radio. She lives in teh Seattle area, where she maintains a psychotherapy practice and keeps a regular speaking schedule. With compassion and candor, her work speaks to the heart, inspiring us to love life, to persevere through its challenges and to share our gifts with others.

web site: www.judyford.com and blog: www.cartooncounseling.com

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Tremendously helpful insights and practical advice combine to make this book a winner.
Bob Edwards
If you are wanting to learn how to be more romantic with your partner, I'd highly recommend Every Day Love.
Miss Kay
This book has a gentle new way of getting you to do old things with a person who you love.
L. Mccullough-delorme

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Miss Kay on October 28, 2010
Format: Paperback
If you are wanting to learn how to be more romantic with your partner, I'd highly recommend Every Day Love. It's a great book. The format is a bit odd though. Basically, there is a short life lesson (about two pages long) which usually includes a real-life example from one of her clients. After this little life lesson, there is a "To-Do" page-long list which gives you five different things you should take out of the lesson and gives you activities to implement them in your own life.

I truly believe there's a lot of great information in this book. I do. However, do not pick this book up wanting to read it from cover-to-cover. It's a waste of your time. While each of the life lessons does provide a great lesson, it's also very short and succinct. As such, unless you actually take a break from reading after each lesson, you won't end up taking away any of the information. Since there are about 80 different lessons in the book, I'd highly recommend you read a lesson - one a week - and during the week, attempt to do some of the "to-do" parts to implement the lesson into your life and make you and your partner closer.

Most of the "to-do"s have to do with learning to discuss or say things with your partner. Sometimes it is a topic to discuss with your partner. Sometimes it is something to do with your partner. Sometimes it wants you to answer some questions in your journal. The different to-dos really vary.

The life lessons honestly all do give good information. It's all stuff that, if we thought about it, we'd be able to figure out on our own, but I think we all sometimes need a bit of a push in the right direction.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By persisting stars ~ Maddie ~ on April 8, 2011
Format: Paperback
I read 'Every Day Love' pretty much in one sitting. At the beach actually, in earliest Spring and it was very chilly but I could not put the book down ~ even to go home and make tea and read it in the comfort of my living room instead.

That's how hypnotized I was.

I remember thinking "Ah....this woman, Judy Ford, is a Lover. With a captital 'L.'

She is so authentic, so real, so true. True hearted. This book is a portal into the greatest art form there is ~ the Art of Loving. Judy opens her arms and invites you to share her life's quest ~ the quest to transform your relationship with your beloved through her beautifully crafted lessons of artful loving.

This book taught me so many things. How far we are capable of reaching out to one another no matter how despairing things may look. How to connect with one another in an imaginative, creative and enlivening way. How to truly MAKE LOVE, express love and celebrate the mystery and miracle of love. How to change the one person you can change: yourself, and thereby create an extraordinary relationship.

Judy knows so very well what Ginsberg once penned in a poem...

No rest
without love,
no sleep
without dreams
of love ~
be mad or chill
obsessed with angels
or machines,
the final wish
is love.

With every simple yet illuminating lesson you will feel brighter and brighter because Judy is the beacon of happiness.

Judy knows how to make love grow and you will too by the end of the book.

xoxo
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ragini E. Michaels on November 27, 2010
Format: Paperback
Judy Ford does it again! A delightful and deeply thought provoking guide to every day actions that change our lives. When you feel alone and lonely, pick up this book and remember that love begins in your own heart - this Judy makes decisively clear! Excellent!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By L. Mccullough-delorme on November 21, 2013
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Love Judy and I love her daughter's blog (wish she would post more!). I do not know them personally, but I'd love to. This book has a gentle new way of getting you to do old things with a person who you love. Care and gentleness but also firm boundaries and communication. I find it hard to describe, but can a "pretty" little relationship book be profound and interesting? Yes.
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