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The Power of Two Workbook: Communication Skills for a Strong & Loving Marriage Paperback – Oct 15 2003
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Susan Heitler and Abigail Hirsch have written a gem of a book that will help couples, whether newlywed or long-married, break out of the marital gridlock. No matter how solid your marriage, the skills and strategies clearly outlined here offer do-able ways to unscramble problems with which you've struggled-as well as new ones that crop up along the way."
-Margery D. Rosen, contributor to the long-running column, "Can This Marriage Be Saved?" in Ladies Home Journal
" The Power o f Two Workbook is wonderfully sensible and user-friendly. It's aimed at real people coping with the real problems of living together-particularly new couples, and those with pretty good marriages and very good intentions but a faulty instruction book on life and relationships. This workbook is wise, optimistic, and a lot of fun."
-Frank Pittman, MD, author of Grow Up! How Taking Responsibility Can Make You a Happy Adult
"This workbook is deceptively fun to fill out. The exercises help to develop skills that can make all the difference between a difficult marriage and a loving partnership."
-Marilyn Van Derbur, former Miss America and author of Miss America by Day
About the Author
Susan Heitler, PhD, has practiced for eighteen years as a clinical psychologist in Denver. Her widely respected publications David Decides About Thumbsucking, From Conflict To Resolution, Working With Couples in Conflict (audio), and The Angry Couple have all become classics in their fields. Heitler is a graduate of Harvard University. She earned her doctorate from New York University, and is currently an adjunct professor at the University of Denver School of Professional Psychology.
Abigail Heitler Hirsch, MA, formerly a teacher and math curriculum writer, is now completing her training as a clinical psychologist. She lives in Falmouth, MA.