Doing relationship well isn't about luck, circumstance, or even personality. It's about having a good set of relationship skills. It's a simple truth that we do our jobs better, we parent better, and we look after our health better when we're taught the skills that are required to do so. Similarly, we build lasting, loving relationships when we're shown how to build one for ourselves! Easy to read, filled with humour, and fun to do, The 10 Conversations teaches you step-by-step how to communicate, problem-solve and have fun together, all the while investigating the critical issues related to relationship success. Drawing on psychological and marital research along with over 20 years of clinical experience, Dr. Guy uses clinical examples from his practice, hands-on exercises, the wisdom of 50 years of scientific investigation, and even contemporary movie reviews (!) to guide couples through the process of becoming intimately connected and well-prepared to build a successful life together.
Once you've learned the necessary relationships skills, scary divorce statistics loose their power to intimidate. Read The 10 Conversations and feel confident moving forward and having fun in your relationship!
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About the Author
Dr. Guy regularly appears on radio and TV making the case that doing relationship well can pretty much solve all the world's ills.
During his talks and lectures Dr. Guy's dyslexia is almost never evibent. He lives in London, Ontario, with his wife and two sons.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I have great communication skills with my clients¿but as a couple, we never learned how to communicate. For me, the ¿Ten Conversations¿ you must have are perhaps a bit like reviewing a complicated business contract and hammering out the details. The real jewel of this book is the first 65 pages on the basics of good communication (something I missed along the way). My wife and I are finally discussing things that we have kept bottled up inside. Just ordered two copies for my married children. I wish we had this book 30 years ago! Thanks Guy for the help.