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"Hendrix provides much insight into how spouses can mature through one another."—Booklist
"Harville Hendrix offers the best program I've seen for using the love/hate energy in marriage to help a couple heal one another and to become whole together."—T. George Harris, Editor-in-Chief, American Health
"I know of no better guide for couples who genuinely desire a maturing relationship."—M. Scott Peck, author of The Road Less Traveled
"Getting the Love You Want is a remarkable book—the most incisive and persuasive I have ever read on the knotty problems of marriage relationships."—Ann Roberts, former president, Rockefeller Family Fund
"Getting the Love You Want provides a road map for partners seeking a path to intimacy and passionate friendship."—Marion Solomon, Ph.D.
"This book will help any couple find the love they want hidden under all the concealing confusion of a close and intimate relationship. I have seen these principles in application and they work!"—James A. Hall, M.D.
A very good book the information is helpful and timely, reading is easy to understand.
This book is great for couples that want to learn communication techniques that will better help their relationships.
In part I, Dr. Hendrix describes the type of relationships most of us have - "Unconscious Marriage".
Absolutely love this book! It explains your past traumas so that you can see and understand your today behaviors.. It is a must read if you are stuggling in your marriage.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
My husband read this and is using it as a reference. It has changed our marriage.Published 2 days ago by Doreen
Boring, snore, too long, too much text. I couldn't hardly open this book, too much to read, and too much focused on past childhood issues, etc. It wasn't what I was looking for.Published 3 days ago by jmf5114
Outstanding guide to helping couples resolve the deeper issues of relationships.Published 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is a wonderful book for understanding why we pick people in romantic love and how our overall decisions in relationships have to do with our upbringing. Read morePublished 4 days ago by psychobabble
Did not live up to my expectations. Too narrow in concept using stereotypical behavior analysis and renaming existing theories with made-up and redundant use of term... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Allison