"I Love You, But I Don't Trust You": The Complete Guide to Restoring Trust in Your Relationship

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Berkley Books, 2012 - Family & Relationships - 294 pages
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Is my relationship worth saving?
Will the trust ever come back?
How can things be good between us again?


Whether broken trust is due to daily dishonesties, a monumental betrayal, or even a history of hurts from the past, it can put a relationship at risk. This is the first book to show you exactly what to do to restore trust in your relationship, regardless of how it was damaged.

In this complete guide, couples therapist Mira Kirshenbaum will also help you understand the stages by which trust strengthens when the rebuilding process is allowed to take place. And you will learn how the two of you can avoid the mistakes that prevent healing and discover how to feel secure with each other again.

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Review: I Love You But I Don't Trust You: The Complete Guide to Restoring Trust in Your Relationship

User Review  - Crystal - Goodreads

Loved this book- similar to "After the Affair", but helpful for any kind of betrayal (not just affairs) and trust issues. Good advice, good case examples. Read full review

Review: I Love You But I Don't Trust You: The Complete Guide to Restoring Trust in Your Relationship

User Review  - Beth - Goodreads

reassured me that everything I had been through was actually rather normal - as far as the stages of grieving/sadness/anger etc, this in turn filled me with confidence about things to come and gave ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Mira Kirshenbaum is an individual and family psychotherapist in private practice and the clinical director of the Chestnut Hill Institute in Massachusetts. She is the author of four books, including the phenomenally successful Too Good to Leave, Too Bad to Stay (available from Plume), and has appeared on many national television shows, including The Today Show, Maury Povich, Geraldo, Sally Jessy Raphael, and an ABC News special with John Stossel. She is married, has two grown children, and lives in Boston, Massachusetts.

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