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Why do couples fight? Here’s a hint - it’s not about who puts the dishes away. With Relationship Rx, renowned psychotherapist Stan Tatkin offers couples in crisis a prescription for understanding the deeper issues underlying their conflicts. Drawing from his Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy® (PACT), Tatkin unpacks common causes of relationship challenges with humor and compassion. Filled with practical tools, insightful commentary on sample conflict dialogues, and an in-depth exploration of what really makes for a secure relationship, this program will help couples restore and sustain the love that brought them together.

©2018 Stan Tatkin (P)2018 Sounds True

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  • James Bush
  • 18-07-2018

Excellently balanced for both the avid learner, unsuspecting dunce

I accidentally stumbled across this book trying to find something on neurology. My partner and I are a little over two years together now, so communication is still a learning work-in-progress.

I’m biased towards self-help books, but this is definitely one of the top audible experiences I’ve had (I’m probably close to/over 100 books in the library with around 10 repeaters).

I found myself reflecting on my own shortcomings as a partner, because I was motivated to be a more active participant in the relationship. One of my favorite dynamics from the book is how the author cleverly weaves sound seductive arguments within common-sense conversation, and tidies it up with realistic evidence. I most enjoyed how the author constructively disassembles a large collection of social norms, expectations, and assumptions.

So far I’ve tried to shove this book in any of my audible fiends’ ears. On my third listen in less than a few months, I’m very pleased.