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Everyone has their own concept of what “monogamy” means—and most people assume their partners and spouses are on the same page. Couples may assume that they are monogamous, but never discuss exactly what the monogamy agreement means to them. What happens when this implicit agreement is broken? After infidelity, relationships can become strained as both partners lose trust and faith in each other. The New Monogamy offers a way out of these difficulties for couples struggling to stay together after infidelity. Couples make these implicit assumptions and agreements explicit so that each partner knows exactly what is expected of them in the future and what they can expect from their partner.
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A proven couples counseling method applied to sex for the very first time.
Communication problems can erode a relationship in and out of the bedroom. This guide takes a proven communication method, which has been used to counsel millions of couples, and applies it to sex for the very first time. The Imago Relationship Therapy, which was pioneered by Harville Hendrix in the national bestseller and self-help classic Getting the Love You Want, shows readers how to understand and build trust with their partners through a unique form of dialogue.
Getting the Sex You Want teaches readers how to build sexual communication skills quickly and connect with their partner in a new way. Readers learn exercises that enable them to communicate their sexual needs and desires, get past old issues, and revive passion in their relationship.
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In a country where a woman over a size four rarely makes it onto the cover of a magazine or onto our TV screens, it’s not surprising that eating disorders are so prevalent in girls. Whether it’s anorexia, bulimia, or bingeing, eating disorders are destructive and potentially deadly. What’s Eating You? helps teens develop the self-esteem and self-acceptance that so often eludes girls with eating disorders. It teaches them how to overcome perfectionism, understand the role that family patterns may play in their eating disorder, and change negative self-talk about their body. As important, What’s Eating You? shows teens that happiness comes in many sizes.
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