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Category: Marriage & Long-Term Relationships

Marriage & Long-Term Relationships

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  • Marriage can be difficult, and talking about relationship problems is often a challenge, especially when one partner is too angry, hurt, or defensive to really listen. That’s why clinical psychologist Samantha Rodman recommends a new way for couples to communicate: e-mail! With 52 E-mails to Transform Your Marriage, couples who feel stuck or disconnected will find a year’s worth of suggested weekly e-mails to help them reconnect and keep their love alive.

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  • In ACT with Love, therapist and medical doctor Russ Harris shows couples how developing psychological flexibility-the ability to be in the present moment with openness, awareness, and focus, and to take effective action in line with one’s values-can help them build more compassionate, accepting, loving relationships.

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  • A new baby can turn your life—and your romantic relationship—upside down. Baby Bomb is the resource parents need to integrate life with baby so they can co-parent and co-partner as a solid and supportive team, while also cultivating mad love for each other. The book gives moms and dads more than just “tips” for better parenting and partnering; it gives them a science-based understanding of why a secure-functioning relationship is essential for successful parenting.

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  • In this playful and sexually savvy guide, “Dr. Cheryl” Fraser presents enlivening mindfulness practices, techniques from couples and sex therapy, and the wisdom of Buddhist teachings to help couples spark the passion and thrill they’ve been seeking. With this spiritually scintillating book, couples can break the monotony of familiar routines and bring a little nirvana back to the bedroom for a more exciting, loving, and fulfilling and relationship.

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  • When a spouse or partner returns from war, it is a time of joy and celebration. However, it may also be difficult to readjust to life together after long periods of being apart. Returning service members face many challenges on the path to reintegration, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, insomnia, “battlemind,” and more. In Coming Back Together, clinical psychologist Steven L. Sayers offers real tools to help combat veterans and their partners reestablish family routines and build a stronger sense of intimacy and resilience after a military deployment, even if the returning partner is resistant to help.

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  • This book will help readers identify their partner’s personal jealousy triggers, and learn proven-effective methods for addressing the root cause, ultimately fostering healthy communication and shared intimacy.

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  • This revised and expanded edition of the classic relationship-skills book offers couples a comprehensive approach to better communication, greater intimacy, and deeper commitment. The new edition includes way to use acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) principles for better conflict management.

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  • A nationally recognized expert and radio personality offers a unique 10 minute a day program for helping couples exercise and tone their emotional skills, resolve problems, increase intimacy, have better sex, and cope honestly with anger and hurt.

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  • This book offers readers a compassionate and effective strategy for recovery after their partner had cheated: by identifying the three kinds of infidelity; overcoming the pain of betrayal; and learning to rebuild a healthier ‘affair-proof’ relationship.

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  • Why do some women date, or even marry, narcissistic men—over and over? For the first time, a clinical psychologist and expert in narcissism offers a step-by-step guide to help women break the cycle of seeking out narcissistic men. Using skills based in cognitive behavioral and schema therapy, readers will gain an understanding of why they are attracted to narcissistic men, how they can avoid being drawn in by a narcissist’s initial charm and magnetism, and how to heal so they can finally move on to healthy relationships.

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  • Clinical psychologist Rich shows partners how to avoid finance-based conflicts and make negotiating money matters both pleasurable and productive. Quizzes and exercises reinforce these concepts and make learning them fun. A final section helps readers decide when to seek professional financial help.

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  • Psychotherapist Cynthia Wall shows readers how to rebuild damaged patterns of trust that have been affected by negative past experiences. The book teaches readers to use CBT to gain self-trust, develop strong instincts about who to trust, and cultivate strong relationships with others based on mutual trust, respect, and healthy curiosity.

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  • Even without the complication of sexual infidelity, affairs of the heart can damage the stability and intimacy of a relationship. In The Emotional Affair, noted psychologist Ronald Potter-Efron and Patricia Potter-Efron offer readers advice on recognizing, addressing, and preventing these common relationship crises.

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  • What makes a happy couple happy, and other couples, well, just plain unhappy? In The Happy Couple, prominent Los Angeles-based psychologist and radio talk show host Barton Goldsmith, PhD, offers simple, accessible tips and tools for developing and strengthening positive relationship habits such as gratitude, humor, togetherness, and honesty. In the book, Goldsmith shows readers how these simple habits will increase the likelihood of a relationship being happy, healthy, and long-lasting.

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  • In the midst of a disagreement, many couples may ask themselves, “What are we really fighting about?” As it turns out, breakups and divorce don’t happen because couples fight, they happen because of how couples fight. In this much-needed book, Judith and Bob Wright—two married counselors and coaches with over thirty years of experience helping couples learn how to fight well—present their tried-and-true methods for exploring the emotions that underlie many relationship fights. Readers will learn how to use disagreements as an opportunity to deepen their understanding of their partner, bring more intimacy to the relationship, strengthen their bond, and learn from the conflicts and tensions that occur in all relationships.

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  • This is the first book to use dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) to help high-conflict couples regulate out-of-control emotions, tolerate distressing situations, and resolve problems—an approach proven to help even the most highly reactive couples build healthy relationships.

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