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Posted November 8, 2010
Being a huge Diane Rehm fan and admirer, I opened this book more inclined to learn about her life and challenges than I did to improve my own relationship. However, the questions she and John raise, the unflinching honesty with which they each approach the subject matter, has me reexamining how I do approach communication.
On the one hand, Diane and John have been together for decades, and are able to be completely honest with each other without fear of the other up and walking away over something that shouldn't necessarily be a deal-breaker; on the other, shouldn't any relationship be able to discuss these things frankly, if it is to succeed and make each partner happy and fulfilled?
The book asks important questions and offers suggestions for dialogue by example. I enjoyed the book immensely, even though it did raise questions for me about my own life.
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Posted October 31, 2002
Jannice, I have always wanted to know you... the day that we met. I love you, and always have. Of all the conversations we've had, meeting over coffee at Barnes and Nobles, I've grown to love you... and so I ask you... Will you marry me?
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