Have an incredibly fulling life partnership and deeply connect with the love of your life now. These tested tips deliver the essential keys to grow beyond any limits you have. They are the gateways you need to have the deep, loving conversations that build a relationship where you share both love and respect in your life together.
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The Problem is:
Most of the forces that surround you conspire against creating a truly co-creative partnership relationship with your chosen life partner. You are taught to compete and give in, to be either one up or one down. You may never have imagined doing things differently and have very little idea of what a different kind of relationship even looks like.
What you do know is that you want something different!
So, If You Dream of Having an Incredibly Fulfilling Life Partnership…
Get ready to deeply connect with the love of your life. Relationship Tips for Life Partners delivers the essential keys to grow beyond any limits you have and make your dreams come true.
Discover these tested tips that couples use to create partnerships as you manage and negotiate challenges in:
- Assigning and Doing Tasks
- Setting Necessary Boundaries
- Money Matters
- And much, much more!
Then choose tips to practice and record your results in your Relationship Journal that is included with this brief, impactful book.
These are the gateways you need to have the deep, loving conversations that build a relationship where you share both love and respect in your life together.
What Readers Say
This is an amazingly helpful book. I have used the tips as an author/columnist on marriage issues, and after many years in my own marriage, my husband and I found them powerful in creating a deeper, stronger and even more loving relationship.
Dottie Lamm, MSW, Author, Daddy on Board.
This is a delightful list. Laurie Weiss has drawn on her many years as a counselor writer and coach to create a list of helpful suggestions for improving relationships. The list walks through many of the contentious areas that trouble relationships. The suggestions are gathered together by themes such as communications, difficult communications, play, tasks, and boundaries.
The book is easy to read. The suggestions are simple and direct. Their power lies in their cumulative impact. There are lots of ways to use a list like this. Put one or two of these tips in each issue of your church newsletter or use two or three as starters for discussions during meetings. Copies of this book would be helpful resource in most congregations.
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