As one of America's best-known relational psychologists, Dr. Warren earned his Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary and his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Chicago. His first book, Make Anger Your Ally, was heralded a "must read" by Time magazine, and his best-selling Finding the Love of Your Life won a Gold Medallion. Learning to Live with the Love of Your Life, and Loving It was selected by USA Today as an outstanding contribution to the field of marriage. His most recent books are God Said It, Don’t' Sweat It and How to Know if Someone Is Worth Pursuing in Two Dates or Less. He and his wife, Kay, live in southern CA, and have three grown daughters.
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good resource to have on hand. Having been married 28 years, and having health problems effect the quick exit of my husband, I can see that some of the more practical aspects of Dr. Warrens list of things to have in common may not be that romantic, but absolutely negatively effected the relationship... energy level, activity,temperature of house during day or night , all things that needed compromise. The less you have to compromise about, the less there is to fight about.