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We Love Each Other, But... offers simple, practical tips that will help you restore and strengthen a relationship that has gone off track. It lays out the nuts and bolts of building relationships so they continue to be gratifying over the long haul. Dr. Ellen Wachtel shows how, even when you feel like giving up on a relationship or marriage, you can recapture why you fell in love in the first place. Dr. Wachtel promises that there is more and suggests simple ways to keep vitality in relationships. In fact, she shows you and your partner how you can stay interested in each other for the rest of your lives.

©1999 Ellen Wachtel (P)2012 Tantor

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  • Scott
  • Duclos, QC, Canada
  • 10-25-12

Some interesting material

Would you try another book from Ellen Wachtel and/or Joyce Bean?

OK author. A few writing problems ('nurturant' is not a word, for example). Never again for the narrator, though. Truly a nightmare to listen to.

How could the performance have been better?

Just read the book. The cutesy voices on the quotations are stupid, poorly done, annoying and extremely distracting.

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simple and practical

the advice in this book is common sense but somehow I think most couples need to hear it said out loud. the examples and stories given from the author's practice reassured me that my situation is not unique and gave me hope let the difficulties in my marriage can be improved upon. even more important is her strong contention that there can be romance excitement and passion and a stable long-term relationship.