Synopses & Reviews
In the United States, half of all marriages end in divorce and millions of other couples have resigned themselves to living in loveless marriages. If you are on the verge of becoming one of these statistics but refuse to accept a marital death sentence, you've picked up the right book. With her bestselling book Divorce Busting, and through her private practice and professional seminars, therapist and relationship expert Michele Weiner Davis has helped thousands of couples come back from the brink of divorce. Now she offers you the skills you need to bring your marriage back to life and create a stronger, more loving relationship with your partner.
In The Divorce Remedy, Weiner Davis has created a seven-step program anyone can follow to revitalize even the most damaged marriage. Weiner Davis will be your relationship coach, offering down-to-earth, psychobabble-free guidance and encouragement every step of the way. She teaches you how to identify specific marriage-saving goals, move beyond ineffective, hurtful ways of interacting, and become an expert on "doing what works." Inspirational anecdotes and in-depth case studies show how couples have used these techniques to save their marriages, and how you can use these same techniques to rescue yours.
Weiner Davis also offers solution-oriented strategies for readers to cope with infidelity, Internet obsessions, depression, sexual problems, and midlife crises. And if you think your partner already has a foot out the door, this proven program is a recipe for change, even if only you participate.
Practical and empowering, The Divorce Remedy is the road map you need to get your marriage back on track -- and keep it there.
About the Author
Michele Weiner Davis is an internationally renowned relationship expert, author, and marriage therapist. She is the author of the bestselling book Divorce Busting and of Getting Through to the Man You Love and Change Your Life and Everyone in It. She is the coauthor of In Search of Solutions. Weiner Davis has written extensively for professional journals and for major magazines and newspapers. She lives outside Chicago with her husband and two children.