Synopses & Reviews
Mira Kirshenbaum (I Love You, But I Don't Trust You), an international bestselling author and world-renowned therapist, draws on years of counseling experience to lead readers through relationship ambivalence. A careful line of 36 questions and self-analysis techniques designed to get to the heart of relationship and marriage problems. This straightforward and practical advice is designed for newer and older relationships, and presents a plethora of information and experience in a clear, concise manner.
How bad does a relationship have to be before getting out is the only answer? In this book, psychotherapist Mira Kirshenbaum draws on years of experience as a counselor--and includes actual case studies--to lead readers from a state of painful ambivalence to a clear sense of knowing what to do.
The author draws on years of experience as a counselor to lead readers through relationship ambivalence. A careful line of questions and self-analysisis designed to get to the heart of relationship problems.
About the Author
Mira Kirshenbaum is an individual and family psychotherapist in private practice and the clinical director of the Chestnut Hill Institute in Massachusetts. She is the author of four books, including the phenomenally successful Too Good to Leave, Too Bad to Stay (available from Plume), and has appeared on many national television shows, including The Today Show, Maury Povich, Geraldo, Sally Jessy Raphael, and an ABC News special with John Stossel. She is married, has two grown children, and lives in Boston, Massachusetts.