Open to Jove and Open to Life
Whether you are currently looking for a partner, already in a committed relationship or hoping to repair a neglected relationship but don't know how, this amazing book will give you instant insights that you can practice all through the year.
In this collection of insightful essays and transformative affirmations, renowned relationship experts Judith Sherven and James Sniechowski help you experience the daily adventure of true, passionate, lasting love. You •will learn how to foster the genuine, spiritually nourishing intimacy that comes from celebrating the differences between you and your partner.
Opening to Love 365 Days a Year is your invitation to become: more available to give and receive love; more determined to leave old wounds behind; and more confident that you can resolve whatever needs attention so your life and your love can flourish.
By addressing some of the most significant aspects of dating and marriageâ such as conflict, romance, trust, commitment, self-respect, curiosity, celebration, frustration, and sexuality, just to name a fewâthis fascinating book will show you how to open your life to the transformational power of real-life love.
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About the Author
Husband and wife, Judith Sherven, Ph.D., and James Sniechowski, Ph. D., are two of the country's most respected, pioneering, and sought after authorities on relationship dynamics. Through their company, The magic of Differences, their lectures, workshops and trainings continue to change the lives of both couples and singles, awakening them to a new vision of intimate relationship, and helping them discover the rich spiritual purpose for the challenges of real life love.
They are best known for their work in the study and understanding of differences in relationships and how to turn those differences into exciting catalysts for heightened intimacy in marriage, better communication in dating and greater respect and understanding in any relationship.Judith is a clinical psychologist, and was the founder director of the Institute for Advanced Training in Experiential Psychotherapy and has been a psychotherapist in private practice since 1978.
Jim holds a doctorate in Human Behavior and is the founder and director of The Menswork Center in Santa Monica and a cofounder of The Men's Health Network in Washington, D.C. As an international leader and speaker on men's issues, he leads workshops and men's groups, and provides individual consultation.
Judith and Jim are frequently called upon by the media as experts in their field. They have appeared on over 250 television and radio talk shows, including Oprah, Sonya Live, 48 Hours, The Mo Show, The Les Brown Show, Entertainment Tonight and Leeza.
They have written for or been interviewed by such prestigious publications as the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Newsweek, Chicago Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle, London Sunday Times, Wall Street Journal, Redbook, Playboy, Gioia (Italy), Manner Vogue (Germany), Northcote Leader (Australia), Miami Herald and many others.
More than their extensive professional background, Judith and Jim bring a profound personal knowledge to their work. They have been married for nine years. It's Judith's first and Jim's third. They bring hope from two different perspectives.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Opening to Love 365 Days a Year is a thought-provoking yet quick and easy way to be reminded on a daily basis of how to treat those we love AND others. Quotes from great minds to every day people are inspirational and the further excellent explanations by Drs. Sherven and Sniechowski put more clarity into the readings. What an wxcellent and inspirational way to start every day!
When I want inspiration and food for thought about love and living, I read philosophy books. Well, move over Socrates and those who followed. Besides, philosophers, no matter how profound, have no answers. Sherven and Sniechowski actually do. Answers and insights, suggestions and ideas, steeped in the richness of life. How much better can your life be today, and every day? Read this book. You'll wish the year had a million days, because this is one of those books you'll hate to finish. No problem -- read it again and again. It holds up as well as life at its most gorgeous. Final thought: If you want to do something noble and generous, and feel like you've helped the world more than a little, give this book to everyone you know and value.