Love Prescription

Love Prescription

by Margaret Sullivan

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Everyone enjoys the magical sparkle of a new relationship, but when the newness wears off some couples continue to glow and some couples find their happiness slowly dissipating down the half-clogged drain. What makes the difference? Professional Counselor, Peggy Sullivan, reveals twelve powerful secret ingredients for anyone who want to create a strong and enduring relationship that lasts happily ever after. Topics range from talk to touch, money to sex, successful competition to respect for gender differences, and positive communication techniques. With caring concern and a touch of humor, Sullivan gives practical examples from a holistic viewpoint to enhance the health and happiness of every committed relationship, no matter the age or stage in life. She skillfully weaves in scientific research and facts as she presents positive tools for growth and success worthy of the rich and royal, but accessible to all. Learn how growth rises out of conflict and how honest communication builds trust. Discover what kind of rivalry brings unlimited rewards. Avoid destructive verbal pitfalls. Imagine celebrating freedom and individuality while stimulating your couple life. Develop and nourish your soul mate.

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BN ID: 2940148396376
Publisher: Margaret Sullivan
Publication date: 09/14/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 123
File size: 221 KB

About the Author

Peggy Sullivan, Licensed Mental Health Counselor and National Certified Counselor, has a private counseling practice in Bellingham, Washington, where she provides mental health therapy for individuals and couples. Relationship issues seem to be a big part of the difficulties confronting her clients, although they see her under presenting issues of anxiety, depression, and a variety of other disorders. After some dozen and a half years of helping couples and their children work through the process of divorce as a professional guardian ad litem for family court, Sullivan moved to the front end to encourage and support happy and enduring relationships. Observations of hundreds of failed marriages, was a reliable and tested source of what not to do. In addition, a lifetime of observation of happy couples, combined with professional training as a therapist, completed the mastery of healthy relationships. Sullivan's personal experience included 41 years of living successfully, and some not so, as one half of two couples. While writing this book, she envisioned her two adult children sitting across a coffee table from her as she gives advice for men and women from both their perspectives.

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