From Publishers Weekly
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The interviews and descriptions of the couples were informative and useful.
I learned that at the heart of any good marriage is a core relationship created out of the conscious and unconcisous fit of the partners needs and wishes.
I haven't finished this book yet, but I've learned a lot in what I've read so far.
Excellent material for a marriage and family therapist but easily accessible to anyonePublished 12 days ago by Alice O'Brien-Botts
I read this book over and over. It is quite a revelation and It captures some of the myths surrounding marriages as to why they work and how they could be vulnerable at any stage. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Kwaski
Received as new, bought it for $1 but costed about $5 in total by the time it reached my hands. There should be some way to reduce the courier charges in such a case.Published 16 months ago by Saneesh Kumar
This has some great information but is up to both of you to work out a marriage. Talking and being able to work together. Read morePublished 16 months ago by maria
A common sense look at good marriages and how they last by a couple of very sensible and insightful authors.Published 18 months ago by David Barker
I was excited about the name of this book, but when I received it I was unfortunately disappointed. I bought this in hope it would help with my current relationship. Read morePublished 18 months ago by David Samson
A subsequent effort derived from Wallerstein's influential Children of Divorce Project. Here the question is how do things go right, not what happens when they go wrong. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Nathan Williams (email@example.com)
As a practicing clinical social worker I have recommended this book for years! Wallerstein identifies the issues that couples need to address to have strong relationships in a very... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Elizabeth M. Moss
Is a happy marriage a good marriage? From a sample of happily married people, the authors draw conclusions about what makes a good marriage. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Steve Brooks