Connect to Love

The Keys to Transforming Your Relationship
Author(s): M. Gary Neuman
Original Publish Date: Jan 19, 2011
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (7.20 hours)
Product Number: Z100088182
Released: Feb 02, 2015
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781400197088
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This breakthrough book, based on the voices of real women from all walks of life and on groundbreaking new research, shows couples how to grow stronger by understanding what women need from a romantic relationship. In Connect to Love, family counselor and relationships expert M. Gary Neuman explores the problems that women face in their marriages or relationships that might make them dissatisfied with their partners-or willing to stray. Neuman reveals the startling discoveries he made through his in-depth new research of more than five hundred women. When it comes to sexual intimacy, for instance, wives who are satisfied with their marriages have sex more than twice as frequently than those who are dissatisfied. -Includes a step-by-step two-week plan to improve your relationship -Filled with dramatic personal stories and surprising findings on sex, emotional issues, intimacy, communication, and more -From the author of the New York Times bestseller The Truth about Cheating -Neuman has been a frequent guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Today Show, and other major television shows -Written for couples while addressing both female and male issues Written with a compassionate and down-to-earth tone, Connect to Love will open your eyes and allow you to see relationships in a new way while empowering yourself and your partner for change.

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Professional reviews

"A rabbi/marriage counselor polled more than 500 married women to learn how many had had sexual affairs, why they did, how they handled it, and how their husbands could have prevented it. Women who strayed (39 percent of respondents!) were more unfulfilled emotionally and sexually, and more angry with their spouses than non-cheaters. With all its questionnaires and statistics, the book feels uneven. But the surprising survey results are clear enough, and the message important: Many women stray for reasons husbands can prevent by being loving, collaborative, honest, and available. Along with Cassandra Campbell's spot-on performance of the respondents' statements, Danny Campbell's attentive reading is a perfect fit for this eye-opening account of what makes women unhappy in their marriages. T.W. (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine"

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