Beat Stress Together

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Wiley, Nov 3, 1999 - Psychology - 208 pages
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Help and hope for today’s overworked, stressed-out couples

Is your day-to-day routine wreaking havoc on your relationship? Are you trying to be all things to all people–and in reality creating more tension and distance between you and your partner? In this engaging, sanity-saving book, psychologist Wayne Sotile and marriage counselor Mary Sotile show couples how to lower stress levels and revitalize their relationships. Their simple, effective program for Beating Stress Together (BEST), used by more than 5,000 couples, arms you with action steps for reducing anxiety, renewing passion, and restoring balance.

Filled with lively true stories and easy-to-do exercises, Beat Stress Together will help you successfully nurture a happier, healthier, and more rewarding life.

" . . . the book offers good ideas for balancing breadwinning and nesting needs."–The Wall Street Journal

"This book gives couples ideas of how to [take] their lives down one notch and enjoy each other and the families that they have created. A great way to remind us [of] what really are the important things in life."–Motherhood

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WAYNE M. SOTILE, PhD, and MARY O. SOTILE, MA, are co-directors of a couples and family therapy practice in North Carolina. They have been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Psychology Today, and on Good Morning America. They are also coauthors of The Medical Marriage: A Couples Survival Guide.

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