Dr. Paul Coleman is a psychologist in private practice specializing in anxiety disorders and marriage and family concerns. The author of nine books, he has appeared on Oprah, Today, Geraldo, Good Day New York, and radio stations across the country. He is a columnist for Marriage magazine, a Q&A expert for iParenting.com, and a frequent expert in articles appearing in Cosmopolitan, Men's Health, and Parents. He is the author of How to Say It to Your Kids and The 30 Secrets of Happily Married Couples.
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Intimacyby Dr. Paul Coleman, Dr Paul Coleman
Renowned psychologist Dr. Paul Coleman gives readers a step-by-step, clear path to improving their relationships by helping them identify intimacy problems, understand key differences between men and women, change perceptions, overcome arguments, and effectively communicate. He also/b>/i>
The comprehensive guide to getting closeand closer …
Renowned psychologist Dr. Paul Coleman gives readers a step-by-step, clear path to improving their relationships by helping them identify intimacy problems, understand key differences between men and women, change perceptions, overcome arguments, and effectively communicate. He also covers sexual intimacy and affection issues, including intimacy during stressful times, transitions, and as relationships progress. This book is a beacon for those looking to solve their struggles with intimacy.
-Tools and exercises for both physical and emotional intimacy
-Self-assessment tests and exercises to help pinpoint issues
-For couples, singles, and families, men and women
-Coleman is an expert with an active practice and specialty in intimacy issues who's made appearances on Oprah, Today, and Geraldo
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This book was definitely helpful. Specifics regarding what "healthy" couples do. Also good insight regarding how to cope with the hurdles that come along the way
Fantastic book! Easy to read and understand, and easy to take an idea or two and start putting them into your life right away. Dr. Coleman writes in a concise, easy to read manner and also keeps it interesting to hold your attention. The guide is loaded with good common sense information and presented in such a way as to make the reader feel they can actually use the concepts presented right away in every day life and encounters. In the past, I always associated intimacy with 'sex', not anymore. After reading this book, I am more aware of what it really means to be 'intimate' with not only my spouse, but my children, family and friends. I'm asking my husband and kids to read this book also.