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101 Things I Wish I Knew When I Got Married: Simple Lessons to Make Love Last

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With the divorce rate spiking at a dizzying 60 percent, it's safe to assume that young couples and experienced partners alike may lack the skills and understanding necessary to sustain a committed relationship. Psychotherapists Linda and Charlie Bloom present 101 techniques delivering practical guidance and make it clear that, regardless of past experience, anyone can develop the basic strengths, skills, and capacities needed for a great relationship. Each lesson is presented as a simple, one-line thought followed by an explanation using real life examples — from the authors' own experiences in sustaining their marriage of 31 years to those of the thousands of couples they've professionally counseled or who have taken the Blooms' life relationship seminars. This book demonstrates how anyone can find ways out of a painful relationship, and how couples can enrich their own relationships through working through love's challenges.

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Charlie and Linda Bloom are psychotherapists with 55 years combined experience in relationship counselling. Each lesson is presented here as a simple, one-line thought followed by an explanation using real life examples, from the authors' personal experiences and the experiences of other couples.

Synopsis:

With the current divorce rate spiking at a dizzying sixty percent, it is clear that young couples are not being taught the skills needed to navigate through the conflicts and difficulties of being in a committed relationship. Charlie and Linda Bloom, psychotherapists with fifty-five years of combined experience in relationship counseling, are acutely aware of this. For the last fifteen years the Blooms have been leading seminars on improving life relationships through their organization, The Empowerment Network. Theyve helped thousands of couples improve their most cherished relationships.

Each lesson is presented as a simple, one-line thought followed by an explanation using real life examples, from Charlie and Lindas personal experiences and the experiences of other couples. The Blooms share a wealth of experience with their readers. They demonstrate the universality of relationship issues and how anyone can find ways out of the pain that can engulf a relationship. By working through these ordeals, couples will enrich their relationships. The book makes it clear that, regardless of past experience, anyone can develop the basic strengths, skills and capacities needed for a great relationship.

Synopsis:

The Blooms demonstrate how anyone can find ways out of a painful relationship, and how couples can enrich their own relationships through working through love's challenges.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781577314240
Foreword:
Houston, Jean
Publisher:
New World Library
Author:
Hendricks, Gay
Author:
Bloom, Linda
Author:
Bloom, Charlie
Author:
Hendricks, Kathlyn
Location:
Novato, Calif.
Subject:
Interpersonal Relations
Subject:
Marriage
Subject:
Love
Subject:
FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Marriage
Subject:
Self-Help/Relationships
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series Volume:
108-13
Publication Date:
20040131
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
256
Dimensions:
8.5 x 5.5 in 13 oz

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"Synopsis" by , Charlie and Linda Bloom are psychotherapists with 55 years combined experience in relationship counselling. Each lesson is presented here as a simple, one-line thought followed by an explanation using real life examples, from the authors' personal experiences and the experiences of other couples.
"Synopsis" by ,
With the current divorce rate spiking at a dizzying sixty percent, it is clear that young couples are not being taught the skills needed to navigate through the conflicts and difficulties of being in a committed relationship. Charlie and Linda Bloom, psychotherapists with fifty-five years of combined experience in relationship counseling, are acutely aware of this. For the last fifteen years the Blooms have been leading seminars on improving life relationships through their organization, The Empowerment Network. Theyve helped thousands of couples improve their most cherished relationships.

Each lesson is presented as a simple, one-line thought followed by an explanation using real life examples, from Charlie and Lindas personal experiences and the experiences of other couples. The Blooms share a wealth of experience with their readers. They demonstrate the universality of relationship issues and how anyone can find ways out of the pain that can engulf a relationship. By working through these ordeals, couples will enrich their relationships. The book makes it clear that, regardless of past experience, anyone can develop the basic strengths, skills and capacities needed for a great relationship.

"Synopsis" by , The Blooms demonstrate how anyone can find ways out of a painful relationship, and how couples can enrich their own relationships through working through love's challenges.
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