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About the Author
Table of ContentsContents
Chapter 1: Where Am IAnd Where Do I Want To Be?
Chapter 2: The Love Cycles
Chapter 3: The Love Cycles Quiz: What Stage are You In?
Chapter 4: Now What? Navigating Your Stage
Chapter 5:How Did I Get Here?
Chapter 6: Stories from Your Past
Chapter 7: Who Am I Now? The Enneagram
Chapter 8: Discoveries and Disclosure
Chapter 9: The Power of the Pause
Chapter 10: Listening and the “And”
Chapter 11: Managing Defensiveness and Speaking Smartly
Chapter 12: The Five Top Habits of Emotional Intelligence
Chapter 13: Establishing Connection Before Conflict
Chapter 14: A Few Things about Sex I Know for Sure
Chapter 15: Conflict! Everyday Squabbles, Big Troubles, and Intractable Differences
Chapter 16: Wholehearted Love
What People are Saying About This
Praise for Linda Carroll’s Love Cycles: “This beautifully written book is replete with valuable information. . . . We recommend it to all couples.” Harville Hendrix, PhD, and Helen LaKelly Hunt, PhD, authors of Making Marriage Simple “An incredible book . . . It should be required reading for everyone who plans to fall in love and wants to stay in love!” Arielle Ford, author of The Soulmate Secret“
Sure to inspire and enlighten anyone who seeks to enhance the quality of their relationships. . . abundant with great guidelines geared to the challenge of creating enduring love.” Linda Bloom, coauthor of 101 Things I Wish I Knew When I Got Married “[A] dynamic guide to developing healthy relationships. . . Carroll’s interpretation is highly relatable: it is at once a relationship book as well as a sort of self-help. Readers looking to experience a rewarding relationship will also come away with a better sense of self.” Publishers Weekly “You cannot help but be awed at the clarity and power of Linda Carroll’s observations on beginning, maintaining, and repairing profound relationships. We all need this book, to read once for perspective, and then to keep reading for guidance.” Pepper Schwartz, PhD, author of nineteen books on sex and relationships