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How to Make Love All the Time: Make Love Last a Lifetime Paperback – September 1, 1988
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By the way, don't let the garish cover and the amateurish layout of the text turn you away. Laugh and keep reading.
The book covers the many different ways that we have of pushing love out of our life, and even if it doesn't hit yours, it should give you some ideas on where to look.
This is definitely a worthwhile self-help book.
Reading "How to Make Love All the Time" may make you less satisfied with your relationship. The book begins with solutions to communication problems, dips into sexuality and then ends with reasons why you may not be compatible after all.
If you are truly committed to making your relationship work then you may want to read the first three sections and skip the fourth (all the reasons not to stay). There are some interesting points to consider. Is your sex life really a mirror of your entire relationship? How can you create the relationship you really want? Can anyone really be "in love" for their entire life? What are the real causes of depression? Is there hope even in the worst situation?
"Remember your partner is a mirror, reflecting all the parts of yourself you may not want to see." ~ pg. 176
While Barbara DeAngelis has a number of failed relationships (she talks about them in this book) she does seem to be a keen observer of what works and what will fail to please. She does a good job uncovering the real issues in a relationship. What are you really fighting about? Why do you push love away? What can you do to increase romance and attraction?
Most books on love seem to imply that the "in love" feeling normally lasts between six months and three years. Is it unrealistic to expect more? Can you feel "in love" again after years of being with your partner? Barbara DeAngelis believes you can recharge your relationship with romantic encounters and love letters. My only advice in the area of love letters would be to leave out the negative aspects (what you hate about your partner) because seeing it written down may be slightly severe and cause more anguish.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Barbra knows the score. Her books really helped me during my transition from married to divorced to peaceful.Published 11 months ago by Janise Baldo-pulaski
Exactly as described. I would recommend to all.fast deliveryPublished 15 months ago by Mary H. Feeney
This book is lame. Unless you're a psychology major or a major mush, I found this book to be extremely boring.Published 20 months ago by Kelly
Because Barbara is a really good relationship expert, I always enjoy her stories but, I did not gain anything out of this book.Published on April 10, 2014 by lila
Excellent book on understanding the dynamics of hiding from love and how to come away from that. Excellent in understanding the levels you go through when you are feeling unloved... Read morePublished on February 26, 2011 by Beatrice Large