This is no ordinary self-help book! "You Complete Me and Other Myths that Destroy Happily Ever After" will inspire you to live mindfully and partner with purpose. Read what others have said about this book:
"You Complete Me is one of the most realistic, intelligent, grounded, and truly insightful guides to making a marriage or committed relationship actually work and thrive I've ever read. I found it refreshing, honest, and sane, offering guidance that will make an immediate and profound positive difference in any struggling relationship. It helped me and it will help you as well." Sonia Choquette, author of New York Times best-selling book, "The Answer is Simple...Love Yourself, Live Your Spirit!"
"Who hasn't entertained one of these myths at one time or another, or perhaps were living one of them without realizing it? This is an eye-opening book for any couple looking for insight into their relationship." Deacon Peery Duderstadt, Northbrook, Illinois.
"I found it an excellent self-help tool for every day annoyances that just go with the territory of a long-term marriage." Cuky Harvey, National Educator of Hawaiian Lomilomi.
"Using case studies that illustrate the myths that weaken marriages, Dr. Fleming has produced a readable book full of successful strategies that any couple can use to begin living an authentic and real happily ever after." Amy Schlumpf Manion, author of "Married Life: An Inside Look."
This book offers an intimate conversation between the author and reader about beliefs and misconceptions people carry with them (consciously and subconsciously) and the resulting impact on relationships. It's a smart yet accessible read, and will benefit people interested in making the most of their relationships, those in between relationships, and those trying to get a painful relationship back on track.
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This book really holds up a mirror to your relationship. The format of following other couples as they battle through therapy and life's challenges captured my imagination. I couldn't help but put myself into some of these discussions’, it was as if my wife and I were in the therapists’ office. We both enjoyed it and have lent our copy to others. I appreciate how it doesn't preach the way a marriage should be but demonstrates how, according to a marriage counselor’s experience, it shouldn't. Easy to read and well worth your time.