Why Women Talk and Men Walk: How to Improve Your Relationship Without Discussing It

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Ebury Publishing, 2007 - Man-woman relationships - 240 pages
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You know how it can get when a relationship turns sour. Women want to talk things through. Men want to walk away and ignore the problem.

By explaining that it is the fundamental differences between men and women that can make relationships so hard, authors Patricia Love and Steven Stosny reveal that the key to a great relationship is rediscovering and maintaining the spark that brought you and your partner together. By following their groundbreaking techniques you will learn how to engage with your partner and reignite the feelings you had when you first met.

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User Review  - john257hopper - LibraryThing

This is a relationship self-help book with a difference, co-authored by a man and woman and offering the perspective of both sexes. For me as a man, the great strengths of the book are these dual ... Read full review

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Great analytical book - could find myself in it... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Dr Patricia Love is the author of four books, is a regular guest on Oprah and The Today Show, contributes to many women's magazines and is a regular speaker at conferences. In 2004 she received the Impact Award at the annual Smart Marriages Conference for her work in the area of sexuality in relationships.

Dr Steven Stosny became known in 2004 when Oprah featured him on a three-part series that were among her highest rated shows ever. He has treated over 4,000 people for various relationship problems through CompassionPower, an organisation that he founded and directs.

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