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Pamela PaulToggling between cynic and romantic, Abraham is fluent in both the wonky and the fuzzy-wuzzy language of marital therapy. She bandies about a dizzying assortment of competing therapeutic philosophers and distills their approaches with aplomb. She also has the restraint and fortitude to endure 10 people's harping on the petty hurts and resentments, the drudgery of punctured hopes and accumulated disappointment, the miscommunications and fumbled makings up, and the inevitable tussles over laundry, without walloping anyone on the head or, worse, falling asleep.
—The New York Times