"That's Why I Married You" is a practical handbook for couples to not only learn to live with their personality differences but to actually LOVE with their differences.
Fact iswe're naturally attracted to someone who possesses significant differences (amidst various similarities). These differences hold a tremendous power of connection and vibrancy– if we can use them correctly. Without the proper emotional tools and the right mindset, however, these very differences can create a disconnect or even wreak havoc in a marriage.
When a couple finally opens their eyes to the power hidden within their personality differences, they often find themselves saying, "OH...that's why I married you!" It is truly exciting to discover the many ways each spouse 'completes each other', as a result of their personality differences.
"That's Why I Married You" is packed with essential information, practical exercises, tips and charts. Through the real-life narratives of successful couples who share how they make their personality differences work, the reader will find inspiration and guidance.
This book is written for a wide range of people: From people in good marriages who want to learn to cash in on their personality differences...all the way to people struggling to figure out how to make their marriage work. Marriage is a journey well worth making; "That's Why I Married You" is the qualified manual for a successful journey.
|Publisher:||Gefen Publishing House|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.60(d)|
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Chana Levitan crystallizes the treacherous steps that lead to a downward spiraling marriage. She then clarifies options for transitioning to upward spiraling, that is, for emerging from annoyance at differences to enjoying each other, differences and all. Essential reading for all couples who want a lasting and loving marriage, and for marriage therapists as well. This book earns a super-bravo! --Susan Heitler, PhD Author of Prescriptions Without Pills: For Relief from Depression, Anger, Anxiety and More