Following a unique format perfect for today’s world, the renowned author of The Dance of Anger gives us more than 100 rules that cover all the hot spots in long-term relationships. It’s a go-to guide brimming with Lerner’s signature clarity, wit, and warmth.Couples today operate in a time famine. One or both parties are likely to be hit by one stress after another, and marriage is the first thing to suffer. Here are memorable, easy-to-grasp rules to remind readers of their own good common sense - or to help them get off automatic pilot and do something different.
Marriage Rules offers new solutions to age-old problems (“He won’t talk” or “She doesn’t want sex”) as well as modern ones (your partner’s relationship with technology). You’ll also learn how to:
So here it is - a treasure chest of lively, practical advice to help you navigate your relationship with clarity, courage, and joyous conviction.
©2012 Harriet Lerner (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Addicted to Audible - I listen to at least three books a month while I'm out walking. I'm a motivational speaker based in North Carolina.
No. Natalie's voice makes me want to gouge my eyes out. Maybe Harriet gets deeper, but I just couldn't stand that voice and the oversimplified
No - in this case one bad apple can't spoil a whole barrel.
If I need motivation to end my life.
Desire to get my credits back.
Thanks for allowing me the opportunity to save others.
I'm a mental health professional - I've already bought 4 copies and lent them to clients and recommended to almost every client that they get it and listen to it or read it!
Simple, easy to read - and is consciousness raising!
I really like Harriet Lerner's way of breaking relationship issues into chapters and that way you can listen to her helpful advice regarding the issue you may be struggling through at the time. She's like a really helpful friend.
I loved it, this is the second book I read by Harriet Lerner after the dance of anger. she makes so much sense to me and taught me a lot about improving relationships.
I wish the author would not have so many religious references. For those of us who are not practicing Christians, it is distracting and annoying.
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