Love and Laughter Forever After

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Strategic Book Publishing, Dec 21, 2011 - Self-Help - 88 pages
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Now you and your partner can upgrade the sweet laughter of your early courtship and grow a vintage love. Like creating an excellent wine, vintage lovers invest the time and effort it takes to refine their chemistry. They work at it individually and together until a third essence (We) is born. Vintage lovers step back to gain some distance from life's tribulations and sort through their opinions of a situation until they find a funny one to share. They laugh on purpose to initiate, restore or enhance being together. You began your relationship by generating and appreciating humor designed for sharing pleasure and prompting closeness. Enhancing your skills at bonding through humor can deepen your intimacy and strengthen your friendship.How do these vintage lovers use humor to bond? You will get the background and the practical know-how in this book. Love and Laughter For Ever After offers you and the one you love a clear understanding of bonding and humor so you can make both happen together.
 

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Contents

Introduction
9
Vintage lovers use humor to bond
25
Heavyhearted
49
Laughing Matters
71
The Punch Line
85
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Rabbi Shelly Moss D. D., Ph. D. has guided thousands of couples to happier long-term relationships. He was chosen to do the same for the Superpowers, helping them confront each other face to face in order to work side by side. As founder of the Soviet-American Forum he convened the International Human Rights negotiations between East and West during Perestroika.Rabbi Moss's Doctoral research in Psychology demonstrates that bonding through humor is a learnable relationship skill well matched for the 21st century.With Barbara, his wife, Rabbi Moss founded Sunburst Rabbinic Retreat Center, a national think tank located in the mountains above Boulder, Colorado. They have been married for 24 years and have four children and six grandchildren.Dr. Moss is the Rabbi of Temple Beth Shalom, the thriving multigenerational Reform Congregation northwest of Phoenix, Arizona.

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