Why Marriages Succeed or Fail: And How You Can Make Yours Last

Why Marriages Succeed or Fail: And How You Can Make Yours Last

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By (author) John Gottman

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  • Publisher: SIMON & SCHUSTER
  • Format: Paperback | 240 pages
  • Dimensions: 111mm x 178mm x 15mm | 330g
  • Publication date: 1 June 1995
  • Publication City/Country: New York
  • ISBN 10: 0684802414
  • ISBN 13: 9780684802411
  • Sales rank: 112,496

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Psychologist John Gottman has spent twenty years studying what makes a marriage last. Now you can use his tested methods to evaluate, strengthen, and maintain your own long-term relationship. This breakthrough book guides you through a series of self-tests designed to help you determine what kind of marriage you have, where your strengths and weaknesses are, and what specific actions you can take to help your marriage. You'll also learn that more sex doesn't necessarily improve a marriage, frequent arguing will not lead to divorce, financial problems do not always spell trouble in a relationship, wives who make sour facial expressions when their husbands talk are likely to be separated within four years and there is a reason husbands withdraw from arguments--and there's a way around it. Dr. Gottman teaches you how to recognize attitudes that doom a marriage--contempt, criticism, defensiveness, and stonewalling--and provides practical exercises, quizzes, tips, and techniques that will help you understand and make the most of your relationship. You can avoid patterns that lead to divorce, and--"Why Marriages Succeed or Fail" will show you how.

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John M. Gottman, Ph.D., whose breakthrough study of 2,000 married couples over two decades resulted in this book, is renowned for his ability to predict -- with 94 percent accuracy -- which people will stay married and which will divorce. He is a professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Washington in Seattle.