Too Good to Leave, Too Bad to Stay: A Step-by-Step Guide to Help You Decide Whether to Stay In or Get Out of Your Relationship

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Penguin, Jul 1, 1997 - Psychology - 304 pages
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Mira Kirshenbaum (I Love You, But I Don't Trust You), an international bestselling author and world-renowned therapist, draws on years of counseling experience to lead readers through relationship ambivalence. A careful line of 36 questions and self-analysis techniques designed to get to the heart of relationship and marriage problems.  This straightforward and practical advice is designed for newer and older relationships, and presents a plethora of information and experience in a clear, concise manner.        

 

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User Review  - engpunk77 - LibraryThing

I read this about 10 years ago when I was with someone other than my husband. I remember that it was not worth the time spent reading it--not very helpful. Read full review

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User Review  - Raleigh - Borders

This is a good practical guide for women who are doubtful about their marriages. It can not clear your doubts for you, but it does provide specific questions for you to reflected on so you can decide whether to leave or stay in your marriage. Read full review

Contents

Part THE PROBLEM
Is You Is or Is You Aint My Baby?
Dancing in the Dark
Part THE SOLUTION
Enough Is Enough
Its Too Late Baby
Lets Do It Lets Fall in Love
Youve Got a Hold on
All the Things You
Lets Call the Whole Thing
You Say Tomayto Say Tomahto Chapter 13 If Ever Should Leave You Chapter 14 RESPECT
Whos Sorry NOW?
Cant Get No Satisfaction
Love To Love You Baby
Ive Got You Under My Skin
Next Steps

Talk to
What Is This Thing Called Love?
It Dont Mean a Thing If It Aint Got That Swing

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Mira Kirshenbaum is an individual and family psychotherapist in private practice and the clinical director of the Chestnut Hill Institute in Massachusetts. She is the author of four books, including the phenomenally successful Too Good to Leave, Too Bad to Stay (available from Plume), and has appeared on many national television shows, including The Today Show, Maury Povich, Geraldo, Sally Jessy Raphael, and an ABC News special with John Stossel. She is married, has two grown children, and lives in Boston, Massachusetts.

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