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If you aren't getting what you want from your marriage, say relationship experts Morrie and Arleah Shechtman, it may have little to do with what's happening now. Often, we are driven by our "familiars": the feelings, good or bad, that we've grown accustomed to. The outcomes may be toxic, but unless we recognize that we are playing out old dramas, we may be helpless to change. The good news is that you can start living in the present and getting what you want out of life and your relationship. In this live presentation, Morrie and Arleah give you the straight talk on:

  • The importance of shared core values in a marriage
  • How we become trapped by past feelings
  • Taking risks in your relationships
  • Ways to begin living in the present
  • ©2006 Better Life Media, Inc. (P)2006 Better Life Media, Inc.

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    The discussion about familiars was very interesting. I know it's not a new thing and it's pretty known in the domain of psychotherapy and psychology, but for larger audience it's a bit mind-blowing in my opinion. I'm glad they put this important discussion in a audio format on Audible.