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The Enlightened Marriage: The 5 Transformative Stages of Relationships and Why the Best Is Still to Come Paperback – August 22, 2016
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"I've known and appreciated Jed's work for more than forty years. The Enlightened Marriage will be of great help for couples as well as singles who are looking for their soul-mate. It gives you the tools you need to succeed in love. It will be particularly helpful for people over forty, but everyone will learn things they didn't know about men, women, sex, and love. I highly recommend this book."
--John Gray, best-selling author of Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus
"If you want more joy in your relationship, Jed Diamond can show you the way. Whether you are married and your relationship needs some help, or you are single and wanting to find real, lasting love, The Enlightened Marriage is the book for you."
--Chip Conley, New York Times best-selling author of Emotional Equations
"There are some skills you must have, some ways you must be, and some things you must learn or unlearn if you want to have a healthy, fulfilling and loving relationship. Jed Diamond's work in The Enlightened Marriage covers all of the 'musts' and then some. What a blessing!"
--Iyanla Vanzant, author of Trust, and host of Iyanla Fix My Life on OWN
About the Author
Jed Diamond is one of the world's leading experts on mid-life relationships. His books Surviving Male Menopause, The Irritable Male Syndrome, and Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places have met with worldwide acclaim and been translated into more than 16 languages. He is a member of the International Society of Men's Health and a founding member of the American Society of Men's Health. He blogs for Thirdage.com, Huffingtonpost.com, Goodmenproject.com, and other notable sites and is the only male columnist for the National Association of Baby Boomer Women. He has been featured on more than 1,000 radio and TV programs, including The View, Good Morning America, Today Show, CNN-360 with Anderson Cooper, CNN with Glenn Beck, CBS, NBC, and Fox News. Jed lives in Willits, California.
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The book shows great insight and good suggestions on how to partner permanently in a marriage relationship.
Thank you. Susan Summers
How damaging to health is loneliness? New research validates that loneliness trumps obesity as an early predictor of death. Because of the deleterious effects of the stress hormone cortisol, which increases with loneliness, being lonely has the same physiological impact on health as does smoking 15 cigarettes every day.
There is one prophylactic solution to a lonely life following failure of a marriage. These shocking statistics point toward Dr. Jed Diamond's "The Enlightened Marriage." This book is brimming with insights about how to love better, either to preserve a marriage grown stale with passing years, or to become a mature lover that future partners will seek out, appreciate, and desire. As Dr. Diamond insists in Chapter Two, "Revitalizing Your Marriage is Better Than Starting Over," but if fate or circumstances force us to start over, then we can become more proficient at creating and maintaining loving, long-lasting relationships. His cogent advice shows us how, both through perceptive analysis based on solid research as well as touching stories from his vast experiences as a relationship therapist.
Read this book if you want to save your current marriage. Read this book if you must start over and prefer not to be among the 25 percent of the Boomer generation destined to become elder orphans, condemned to lonely final years.