The best-selling writing team of Men Who Can’t Love combine to encourage the commitment-phobic to live courageously and overcome the obstacles keeping them from evolving into the heroes of their own, everlasting romance. Steven Menasche brings to mind the neighbor you turn to for commonsense advice as he shares with listeners insights to aid them falling and then staying in love. Only when one is willing to upset the self-defeating patterns limiting the scope of relationships is it possible to face down the eight challenges standing between one’s own fears and a lasting connection filled with real intimacy and true love.
Getting to Commitment offers understanding, inspiration, and a concrete plan of action for any woman, man, or couple who is ready to tackle the eight most destructive demons that make people run from loving relationships.
©1998 Steven Carter and Julia Sokol Coopersmith (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
I recommend doing their whole series! Sokol and Carter really dig in to what commitment - and resistance to it - mean!
The book covers different aspects of commitment issues, I am a researcher in this area and found the book down to earth, informative and practical!
I think, there are many interesting things to think of in this book. This book maybe useful and interesting for people, who are thinking about or already have a serious relationships.
If you are experiencing issues with your partner, this book can help...
It is 'real'.
All. Fantastic, compassionate voice. Made the repetitive nature of this book work. I would listen to other books by this narrator.
Relationships take work!
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