The Art of Staying Together

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HarperCollins Publishers, Jul 1, 1994 - Communication in marriage - 256 pages
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Explores the ever-widening range of options in carrying on a relationship, and addresses such situations as keeping passion alive, facilitating communication, extra-marital affairs, and arguments between partners. Reprint.

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The Art of Staying Together: A Couple's Guide to Intimacy and Respect

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Broder, author of The Art of Living Single (Avon, 1990), here offers couples advice on how to make relationships last. He divides love relationships into two main elements: passion and comfort. For a ... Read full review

Contents

How to Get Past that First
11
Setting the Rules
32
Keeping Passion Alive
48
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Michael S. Broder, Ph.D. is a renowned psychologist, executive coach, bestselling author, continuing education seminar leader, and popular speaker. He is an acclaimed expert in cognitive behavioral therapy, specializing in high achievers and relationship issues. His work centers on bringing about major change in the shortest time possible.A sought-after media guest, he has appeared on Oprah and The Today Show as well as making more than a thousand other TV and radio appearances. For many years, Dr. Broder also hosted the radio program Psychologically Speaking with Dr Michael Broder. He has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Time, Newsweek, and hundreds of other publications.In addition to Stage Climbing: The Shortest Path to Your Highest Potential, Dr. Broder's previous books include The Art of Living Single, The Art of Staying Together: A Couple's Guide to Intimacy and Respect, and Can Your Relationship Be Saved? How To Know Whether To Stay Or Go. His audio programs include Positive Attitude Training, Self Actualization: Reaching Your Full Potential, and The Help Yourself Audiotherapy Series, which are frequently used by mental health professionals and coaches with their clients.Dr. Broder earned his Ph.D. at Temple University. He conducts seminars, talks, and presentations to professional as well as lay audiences worldwide, and has trained many thousands of psychiatrists, psychologists, and other mental health professionals. Please visit DrMichaelBroder.com for more information.

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