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

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Penguin, Feb 7, 2012 - Family & Relationships - 304 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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This book and writer is amazing!! Words cannot express but my marriage can!!


Finding Your Way Back to Each Other
All the Ways Mistrust Enters Relationships
Is It Worth Trying to Mend This Relationship?
Yes You Can Trust Again Success Stories
The Secret of Restoring Trust
Part Two
No Youre Not Crazy
Discovering That the Other Person Actually Cares
Forgiveness and Beyond
Part Three
When the Other Person Is Unreliable
Power Issues
Restoring Trust When There Are Differences
Being Open vs Being Hidden
The Impact of Past Betrayals
A Life Opened Up by Trust

Feeling Seen
Believing in the Relationship Again
So This Will Never Happen Again
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Mira Kirshenbaum is the author of eleven books translated into twenty languages and a two-time finalist for the Books for a Better Life award. She is clinical director of The Chestnut Hill Institute, an internationally recognized center for research and psychotherapy. She has trained clinicians at Harvard Medical School and other institutions.

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