This book was very heteronormative and did not discuss cultural considerations including religion, sexual identity, or orientation. Although these issues were not discussed, I think anyone could read this book and gain a lot of useful information about improving their relationship with their partner. This book could also be helpful for therapists looking for tools for therapy sessions.
Gottman attempted to make his book amusing, but the voice over actor sounded pompous. A few people I know have read this book as opposed to listening and found it to be a different experience.
My favorite part of the book were the activities. They helped couples have fun while doing the work.
No, but I have recommended it to friends. Lawson does a great job of reading the novel.
Comical, genuine, loving, inspiring.
Parts of it got slow, but all parts of the book had a purpose.
I loved how Jenny discussed how she overcame her mental illness through living life and loving her daughter. I think this book can be inspirational to any adult.
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