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Page (Now That I'm Married, Why Isn't Everything Perfect?, LJ 1/94) believes in approaching things differently. Contrary to the mainstream "couples" approach to relational counseling, Page convincingly claims that just one person in a relationship can create momentous positive growth that will bring both people closer together. She believes that for every action there is always an equal, opposite reaction, and that one person's fundamental shift toward "good will" lays the foundation for a better relationship. Page begins with the practical strategies that one person can use to repair a relationship, then turns to philosophical underpinnings. Her consistent standard for her advice is practicality and ease of use. This breakthrough book belongs in all libraries.?David R. Johnson, Fayetteville P.L., Ariz.
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"If you have any doubts that one of you can have an impact on your relationship, you won't after you read this extraordinary book. Susan Page turns old assumptions on their heads and offers new ideas that will make a difference in your life."
--John Gray, author of Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus
"Every couple should read this book. Through many heartwarming and insightful stories, you will learn wonderful new behaviors you can easily adopt--you just never thought of them!"
--Jack Canfield, coauthor of Chicken Soup for the Soul
"This remarkable book gives a brightness of hope and enormously practical ideas on how only one person can profoundly improve the relationship."
--Stephen R. Covey, author of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People
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I don't like the style in which this is written. It hasn't been an easy read.Published 15 days ago by Danielle
I like this book because there are couples who find their partners very shut down, don’t really want to do anything and they’re not happy. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Martha Tara Lee
No one person should have to work this hard in a relationship. It's akin to driving down A ONE WAY STREET WITH TWO WAY TRAFFIC; SOMEONE WILL GET SERIOUSLY HURT!Published 3 months ago by SSpa
This is an excellent resource for spouses with uncommunicative partners. Susan Page demonstrates how one person can help the other address the issues being faced by the couple,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Joanna
This book offers practical, do-able advice. Even if you don't do any of the exercises (which are useful), you will still learn some helpful information. Read morePublished 5 months ago by M. K. Leiva
This give me a different perspective on how I view my relationship. I look forward to begin this journey and love my partner the way he desires.Published 11 months ago by Bull