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How to Go from Soul Mates to Roommates in 10 Easy Steps: (A Humorous Tongue-In-Cheek Guide to a Happy Marriage) (relationship advice) Paperback – September 19, 2014
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I specialize in treating couples who have been together for years and have hit a rough patch...or worse--someone has gone outside the relationship.
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I found the tongue-in-cheek beginning to this book a bit too long and tedious but it did make for a more original approach to the topic.
The author then goes on to suggest some practical and easy ways to save, rekindle and renew a relationship. There were some good reminders in that section, particularly for anyone who is in a long-term relationship that has gotten a bit stale. And as we all know, that can happen so easily! ;-)
If you need to get things "cooking" in your love life, on all levels, this is an eBook you might want to check out. Recommended!
Geraldine Helen Hartman author of: Laughing AT the Grim Reaper! Gems of Wisdom for Aging Well
I bought this book to get some good advice. First off, the tone was hilarious. The first half was the sarcastic version of the 10 steps, followed by the second half which included practical solutions and recommendations to fix the problems.
One of my favorite lines for example, include "serve up an omelet of criticism with a dash of spicy neglect". In the second half of the book, the author explains that you should start the day off right. Maybe send a text saying that you love your spouse or give him or her a kiss when he or she leaves for work.
The most important thing that I took away was that small interactions add up over time (like connecting over dinner or setting up a date night). I'm guilty to the fact that I don't always tune in, but I'll start working on it.
Another great thing is that at the end of the book there's a free ebook that offers more free relationship advice. I'll be signing up for it as well, since this book was useful and hilarious.
This book offers some fun reminders on how to treat our partners to get the most out of our relationship, it definitely motivated me to make more of an effort to appreciate the little things I love about my relationship and let my partner know them.
I have definitely seen improvements in my marriage from just changing small things in my day that let my partner know I'm thinking of him. By creating a morning ritual, it helped us to connect first thing in the morning and has set the mood for the day in such a positive way.
I would highly recommend this book.
The first part of the book presents the types of behaviors you should engage in if you want to destroy your relationship. If you recognize any of these behaviors in your own actions and it is NOT your intention to kamikaze your relationship... you better read on.
What follows are some concise and practical suggestions for turning things around. Hopefully, there's still time. This book, especially the second part, lends itself to reading and sharing as a couple, but can be helpful to an individual as well.
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