A Short Guide to a Happy Marriage: Gay Edition by Sharon Gilchrest O'Neil
A long and happy committed relationship can be one of the most rewarding and fulfilling experiences in life—but it doesn’t always come easily. Couples can become bored, tired, frustrated, or led astray from one another. Marriage and family therapist Sharon Gilchrest O'Neill has developed a guide of inspiring and simple, yet effective suggestions, to help couples grow together and stay connected through the inevitable storms they must weather. This is a perfect gift for a wedding or commitment ceremony.
Edge on the Net in their review says: All in all, "A Short Guide to a Happy Marriage: Gay Edition" is cute and straight to the point. After reading it, I felt like I was at the end of a counseling session and my therapist was telling my spouse and I things we could do to improve our floundering relationship. While the advice is nothing profound, she offers fun tips to bear in mind while in a committed relationship. The book is relevant for all long-term relationships even if marriage is not a possibility or desire.
Sharon Gilchrest O’Neill, Ed.S., LMFT, is a licensed marriage and family therapist who has always been obsessed with how and why relationships last. She has worked for over 30 years, both in private practice and the corporate setting, helping her clients to examine assumptions, think creatively, and build upon strengths. O'Neill holds three degrees in psychology, is a Clinical Fellow of AAMFT, and maintains a private practice in Westchester County, New York. She is often called on as an expert by a variety of print/online publications, including the New York Times, the Boston Globe, and the Wall Street Journal.