The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work: A Practical Guide from the Country's Foremost Relationship Expert

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Author: Gottman PhD, John

Color: White

Edition: Revised ed.

Features:

  • Harmony

Number Of Pages: 320

EAN: 9780553447712

Release Date: 05-05-2015

Languages: English

Item Condition: UsedAcceptable

Binding: Paperback

Details: Product Description With more than a million copies sold worldwide, The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work has revolutionized the way we understand, repair, and strengthen marriages. John Gottman's unprecedented study of couples over a period of years has allowed him to observe the habits that can make—and break—a marriage. Here is the culmination of that work: the seven principles that guide couples on a path toward a harmonious and long-lasting relationship. Straightforward yet profound, these principles teach partners new approaches for resolving conflicts, creating new common ground, and achieving greater levels of intimacy. Gottman offers strategies and resources to help couples collaborate more effectively to resolve any problem, whether dealing with issues related to sex, money, religion, work, family, or anything else.   Packed with new exercises and the latest research out of the esteemed Gottman Institute, this revised edition of The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work is the definitive guide for anyone who wants their relationship to attain its highest potential. Review "An eminently practical guide to an emotionally intelligent -- and long-lasting -- marriage."         -- Daniel Goleman, author of Emotional Intelligence "Gottman stays refreshingly down to earth, rather than on Mars and Venus." -- Bill Marvel and Geoffrey Norman, American Way "Gottman comes to this endeavor with the best of qualifications: he's got the spirit of a scientist and the soul of a romantic."         -- Newsweek "Twenty-five years of landmark marital research." -- USA Today "Offers something every relationship can benefit from." -- Seattle Post-Intelligencer "Astonishing new research!" -- Woman's World "Debunks many myths about divorce . . . reveals surprising facts . . . enlightening!" -- Amazon.com About the Author JOHN GOTTMAN, a leading research scientist on marriage and family, is emeritus professor of psychology at the University of Washington; executive director of his laboratory, the Relationship Research Institute; and cofounder of the Gottman Institute. He held an NIMH research scientist career award for twenty years. Dr. Gottman is the author of more than two hundred professional journal articles and forty-two books, as well as the recipient of numerous prestigious awards for his extensive contributions to marriage and family research.NAN SILVER is a former editor in chief of Health magazine and coauthor, with Dr. Gottman, of What Makes Love Last: and Why Marriages Succeed or Fail. Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved. Chapter 1 Inside the Seattle Love Lab: The Truth about Happy Marriages It's a surprisingly cloudless Seattle morning as newlyweds Mark and Janice Gordon sit down to breakfast. Outside the apartment's picture window, the waters of Montlake cut a deep-blue swath, while runners jog and geese waddle along the lakeside park. Mark and Janice are enjoying the view as they munch on their French toast and share the Sunday paper. Later Mark will probably switch on the football game while Janice chats over the phone with her mom in St. Louis.          All seems ordinary enough inside this studio apartment--until you notice the three video cameras bolted to the wall, the microphones clipped talk-show style to Mark's and Janice's collars, and the Holter monitors strapped around their chests. Mark and Janice's lovely studio with a view is really not their apartment at all. It's a laboratory at the University of Washington in Seattle, where for sixteen years I have spearheaded the most extensive and innovative research ever into marriage and divorce.          As part of one of these studies, Mark and Janice (as well as forty-nine other randomly selected couples) volunteered to stay overnight in our fabricated apartment, affectionately known as the Love Lab. Their instructions were to act as naturally as possible, despite my team of scientists observing them from behind the o

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