Love Is Not Enough: What It Takes to Make It Work
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Love Is Not Enough: What It Takes to Make It Work

by Henry Kellerman Ph.D.
     
 
This helpful guide to building lasting relationships focuses on the personalities of the partners and introduces ways to build enduring compatibility.
• Offers descriptions of 20 different personality types and how they work in relationships• Includes case studies of individuals and couples demonstrating different types of compatible and incompatible

Overview

This helpful guide to building lasting relationships focuses on the personalities of the partners and introduces ways to build enduring compatibility.
• Offers descriptions of 20 different personality types and how they work in relationships• Includes case studies of individuals and couples demonstrating different types of compatible and incompatible relationships• Contains tables at the end of each chapter that help readers identify what they're doing to help or hurt their relationship

Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher

"With minimal jargon, a psychologist/psychoanalyst in private practice in New York City gives practical advice on intimate relationships. With case examples, he explains what each individual's personality contributes to the drama and which emotional styles (of 20 described) promote or hinder compatibility. Self-assessments help readers identify what they are doing to help or hurt a relationship." - Reference & Research Book News

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780313379963
Publisher:
Greenwood Publishing Group, Incorporated
Publication date:
08/30/2009
Pages:
146
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.70(d)

What People are saying about this

Robert J. Marshall
"His is an original and well organized book that should be read by anyone in or about to enter a relationship. . . . This is an enjoyable and meaningful read that vibrates with insights and wisdom."

Stanley Rosner

"Henry Kellerman has written a clear, direct and wise exegesis of relationships…Readers will find helpful insights and suggestions in their quest for enduring and satisfying relationsihps."

Stanley Rosner, Ph.D.
Coauthor of The Self-Sabotage Cycle

Stanley Rosner
"Henry Kellerman has written a clear, direct and wise exegesis of relationships…Readers will find helpful insights and suggestions in their quest for enduring and satisfying relationsihps."

Robert J. Marshall

"His is an original and well organized book that should be read by anyone in or about to enter a relationship…This is an enjoyable and meaningful read that vibrates with insights and wisdom."

Robert J. Marshall, PH,D. A.B.P.P. in Clinical Psychology Faculty member and Supervisory Psychoanalyst at The Center for Modern Psychoanalysts.
Author of Resistant Interactions

Louise Betts Egan author of I Remember When Mom&he Dad…
"In Love is Not Enough , Dr. Kellerman finds the subtext to the everyday thoughts and actions in relationships and marriages — and consistently reveals simple, raw truths. Kellerman's years in practice and his profound understanding of human behavior have helped create this book of straight-talking advice. Anyone looking to improve — and preserve — a relationship can benefit from this book."
Louise Betts Egan
"In Love is Not Enough, Dr. Kellerman finds the subtext to the everyday thoughts and actions in relationships and marriages — and consistently reveals simple, raw truths. Kellerman's years in practice and his profound understanding of human behavior have helped create this book of straight-talking advice. Anyone looking to improve — and preserve — a relationship can benefit from this book."

Louise Betts Egan author of I Remember When Dad…

"In Love is Not Enough, Dr. Kellerman finds the subtext to the everyday thoughts and actions in relationships and marriages — and consistently reveals simple, raw truths. Kellerman's years in practice and his profound understanding of human behavior have helped create this book of straight-talking advice. Anyone looking to improve — and preserve — a relationship can benefit from this book."

Louise Betts Egan author of I Remember When Mom… and I Remember When Dad…

"In Love is Not Enough, Dr. Kellerman finds the subtext to the everyday thoughts and actions in relationships and marriages — and consistently reveals simple, raw truths. Kellerman's years in practice and his profound understanding of human behavior have helped create this book of straight-talking advice. Anyone looking to improve — and preserve — a relationship can benefit from this book."

Meet the Author

Henry Kellerman, PhD, is a psychologist/psychoanalyst in private practice in New York, NY.

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