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First, Kill All the Marriage Counselors: Modern-Day Secrets to Being Desired, Cherished, and Adored for Life Paperback – June 2, 2015
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"Laura Doyle truly understands how the modern marriage works. Her modern approaches are eye-opening and marriage-saving!"
John Gray, Ph.D., author of Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus
"Laura Doyle does it again with First, Kill All the Marriage Counselors, and this time, she’s not alone. The anecdotes from other women underline her lesson: women hold the key to improving our marriages."
Fawn Weaver, New York Times bestselling author of The Happy Wives Club
About the Author
She is the founder of Laura Doyle Connect, a multi-national company that provides relationship coaching and programs for single women, girlfriends, and wives all over the world. She has appeared on CBS Evening News, Dateline NBC, The Today Show and The View. Articles about Laura have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, The London Telegraph and The New Yorker. She is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post.
Laura lives in Newport Beach, California, with her hilarious husband John Doyle, who has been dressing himself since before she was born.
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Top Customer Reviews
Reading this book and practicing what it says are a much better use of your time and money than seeing a counselor in my opinion.
It validates how (& why) counseling often fails and sometimes makes things even worse.
How great to not have to nag our men to go to counseling, only to air grievances against
one another and bring up so much negative.
What a relief that we don't have to psychoanalyze everything or go back to early childhood
to determine why we might be how we are or work through our issues.
I highly highly recommend this book for women & am giving it as a gift to a cousin who is getting
married in a few weeks. I still refer to it over and over when I slip into
ways I'm being disrespectful that are so habitual I don't always notice until after the fact.
Very empowering to handle things with more dignity, grace, and less complaining
& focusing more on the positive rather than the negative.
And so many realistic, practical ways to bring respect, and thus love into