Step by step, Page demonstrates that the secret to a thriving marriage is finding the balance between taking care of yourself and extending good will to your partner. Through a series of experiments, she introduces the concept of Loving Leadership and presents a range of solo strategies for creating harmony in a marriage, including how to: develop fresh perspectives about your relationship; Overcome resentment and moving beyond blame; and how to recapture lost intimacy.
With tangible goals, you can work through your own frustrations to arrive at new thinking and new actions to solve major problems - one at a time. For anyone in a relationship that needs major repairs - or just a little TLC - here is the ultimate do-it-yourself guide.
©1997 Susan Page; (P)1997 Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, A Division of Random House, Inc.
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"So very helpful!"
This book gave me hope, and a lot of wisdom and insight into changing my behavior which then changes my partners behavior.
There are many helpful stories, however the one that stood out was about agreeing in an argument to at least some of your partners concerns and how this will soften them and help them feel understood.
I have not, but Susan has a soothing voice and even when I speak to my partner, I can hear her tone in my mind as a gentle reminder to choose my words carefully and speak in a calm and caring manner.
You do have power and control by first looking to yourself.
"We'll see if it works. I know it's got to help."
Nice listen well see how it works. I know I was the one who failed and didn't realize to do anything till she completely quit. I just hope it's not to late. I wish I would of found this and heard it sooner that definatly would of helped.
"Couldn't get past the first chapter"
I feel like this author spends the first chapter talking about how qualified she is to tell us how to fix a relationship on our own. Her voice is annoying to me as well. Sounds like something from the late 70s/early 80s as far as recordings go. Sorry I spent the credit on this.
"There is hope"
This positive book inspired me to keep trying. Very good, practical and applicable information. Very common sense.
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