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Couple's Comfort Book: A Creative Guide for Renewing Passion, Pleasure and Commitment

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Romance at Your Fingertips

In the tradition of the phenomenally successful The Woman's Comfort Book, Jennifer Louden brings her masterful sustenance skills to this creative guide filled with ways for couples to stay connected in a busy world. With playful rituals and reliable recipes for making the most of your time together, this is the comprehensive compendium of coupledo
Paperback, 336 pages
Published February 1st 2005 by HarperOne (first published 1994)
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Jul 13, 2009 Emma rated it it was amazing
No grand theories, just solid advice - and fun! This book is about creating a nurturing relationship, not a perfect one. It's practical, and there are a lot of different things to try. There is a handy index that lets you look up the problem you are having (anger, too much distance, resentment, etc), and it suggests which section of the book would help. It covers a wide range of issues, and gives a lot of creative ideas. My partner is somewhat couples-exercise-averse and she really liked it.
May 31, 2011 Crystal rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is a great resource book (not one you read cover to cover) for couples that are struggling to connect or have grown bored or resentful. It has great ideas for activities for reconnecting, having discussions about difficult topics, or working through a crisis. I will use this at my work!
Mar 23, 2009 Brandi marked it as to-read
I have enjoyed Jennifer Louden's other books regarding Women's Comfort, so it's a good bet to say that this book might have some good nuggets of info too.

Will have to look for it the next time I'm at B&N.
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Jun 19, 2015 Liberty Montano rated it really liked it
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A great read for anybody in a long-term relationship. Especially if you have kids, a job, hobbies, a life and all those things that seem to like to wedge their way into your relationship. =)
Jan 12, 2010 Jennifer rated it it was ok
Some good ideas for when you need more nurturing in your relationship, but don't know what you want or how to ask.
Oct 02, 2010 Lia rated it really liked it
Excellent book full of ideas about ways to help or explore your primary intimate relationship.
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