Make Up, Don't Break Up: Finding and Keeping Love for Singles and Couples
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Make Up, Don't Break Up: Finding and Keeping Love for Singles and Couples

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Falling in love is easy; staying in love is hard. If you've ever yearned for a connection, wanted more intimacy in your relationship, or worried that you and your partner are falling out of love, internationally acclaimed therapist Dr. Bonnie Eaker Weil is here to help. In her new edition of Make Up, Don't Break Up, love expert Dr. Bonnie offers her cutting-edge yet heartf...more
Paperback, 384 pages
Published March 18th 2010 by Adams Media (first published January 1st 1997)
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I bought this book out of desperation. I was desperate to save a bad relationship. Well, I couldn't save that relationship even if I have the ability to turn back time. Little did I know, this book pave way for a new long lasting relationship that I am now in. I am very happy. I have learned to communicate with my partner in a more effective way. I have become more patient and kind toward other people in my life not just my significant other. This book has really make good contribute to my life....more
Kelly
I read and re-read this book years ago when I was in a really bad relationship with a guy whom, regardless of our problems, I loved very much. I wanted desperately to stay with him and make it work, but at the same time, I knew the relationship was really bad for both of us. This caused much inner turmoil and confusion, lots of fights with him, and a ton of indecisiveness about whether to stay or go. This book was comforting to have around during those times, and it provided a lot of insight abo...more
Kate
a useful and informative book. it feels a little dated now, but there's some useful information in there if you can get to it. I found the "lingo" a bit annoying and it wasn't set up in an easy-to-use way, but I'm glad that I picked it up. definitely worth a look if you're going through a rocky patch but want to make it work...
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