I Love You But I'm Not in Love with You : Seven Steps to Saving Your Relationship
How do you fall back in love? This was the underlying problem of one in four couples seeking help from relationship therapist Andrew G. Marshall. They described their problem as: 'I love you but I'm not in love with you'. Noticing how widespread the phenomenon had become, he decided to look more closely. Why were these relationships becoming defined more by companionship than by passion, and why was companionship no longer enough? From his research Andrew has devised his own unique programme. By looking at how a couple communicate, argue, share love, take responsibility, give and learn he offers in seven steps a reassuring and empowering map for how two individuals can better understand themselves, strengthen their bond and recover that lost magic.
- Paperback | 304 pages
- 130 x 198 x 20mm | 180g
- 07 May 2007
- Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
- London, United Kingdom
- New edition
- New edition
'It addresses this problem with sensitivity, depth and intelligence, with advice on how to recreate intimacy while retaining a sense of self. Marshall firmly believes that falling out of love does not mean the end of a relationship. His insightful advice makes it hard to disagree' Psychologies Magazine
About Andrew G. Marshall
Andrew G. Marshall is president of the British Men's Counselling Association and the author of the play Coming Round Again. This is his first book. Andrew currently lives in Leeds.