The Power of Two: Secrets to a Strong and Loving Marriage

The Power of Two: Secrets to a Strong and Loving Marriage This book details the communication and conflict resolution skills that happy couples use to deal with differences Psychologist Susan Heitler clarifies the basics of collaborative dialogue and shows how these techniques can be applied to even the most sensitive issues in ways that respond to both partners needs and help to strengthen their relationship Use this book to learn strategies for making decisions together, resolving conflicts, recovering after upsets, and converting difficulties into opportunities for growth


10 thoughts on “The Power of Two: Secrets to a Strong and Loving Marriage

  1. Phil Mayes Phil Mayes says:

    This is a book so full of good advice for relationships that some people may find it overwhelming The author understands this, and in her introduction recommends to choose what is most pressing.The first section is on how to speak with each other how to talk, how to listen, and how to have a dialogue The second and third sections use these skills as a basis for handling disagreements and improving your relationship.The author


  2. Soheil Soheil says:

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  3. Maude Mayes Maude Mayes says:

    This book and its companion workbook are powerful tools for working out how to have a peaceful relationship Dr Heitler outlines practical and easy to implement activities, and offers excellent examples all through the text This book is really a treasure for all those who would dare to believe they can have a conflict free relationship


  4. Nicole Nicole says:

    This book had some great pointers, especially in dealing with conflict I do think couples should read it, specifically if they re struggling with continuous conflict It was just a pretty boring to read.


  5. K K says:

    A nice book on improving communication in marriage, written in an accessible style Susan Heitler takes a lot of the concepts from From Conflict to Resolution Strategies for Diagnosis and Treatment of Distressed Individuals, Couples, and Families, her book written for therapists, and breaks them down in a layperson friendly way This book is a useful resource for therapists and clients alike A nice book on improving communication in marriage,


  6. Ed Craven Ed Craven says:

    When a couple chooses to get married, they need to become a team of two as they deal with the excitement and challenges of life together A team of two has a changed mindset from what is best for me to what is best for everyone affected by our decisions and actions A team of two becomes evenimportant if the couple decides to have children.The overall concept of the book is excellent I rated the book a three because I felt that the book contained


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