The Seven Principles For Making Marriage Work

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Orion, Mar 22, 2018 - Family & Relationships - 320 pages
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The revolutionary guide to show couples how to create an emotionally intelligent relationship - and keep it on track

Straightforward in its approach, yet profound in its effect, the principles outlined in this book teach partners new and startling strategies for making their marriage work.

Gottman has scientifically analysed the habits of married couples and established a method of correcting the behaviour that puts thousands of marriages on the rocks. He helps couples focus on each other, on paying attention to the small day-to-day moments that, strung together, make up the heart and soul of any relationship. Packed with questionnaires and exercises whose effectiveness has been proven in Dr Gottman's workshops, this is the definitive guide for anyone who wants their relationship to attain its highest potential.

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User Review  - sexyshopaholic - Overstock.com

I bought this book as a gift for my best friend. Im not sure if she read it yet but I read it got really great reviews elsewhere and Overstock offered the best price online. If you are looking for a bridal shower gift this is a good idea. Read full review

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User Review  - Josh - Christianbook.com

Gottman is a pre-eminent and world-reknown researcher on marriage. I have yet to read a book that covers all of the topics necessary to have a thriving marriage but this book addresses a number of ... Read full review

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About the author (2018)

John Gottman, Ph.D, 56, is the founder director of the Seattle Marital and Family Institute and Professor of Psychology at the University of Washington. Co-author, Nan Silver, is a writer living in New York

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