If We're So In Love, Why Aren't We Happy? by Susan Page
Using Spiritual Principles to Solve Real Problems and Restore Your Passion

No critic rating

Waiting for minimum critic reviews

See 1 Critic Review

unrated

Synopsis

Susan Page, a Protestant minister, popular teacher, and bestselling writer on relationships, now turns her hand to a crucial question so many couples face: If we know we love each other, why do we spend so much of our time together arguing, negotiating, or making up? Why, quite simply, aren’t we happy?

Susan has explored this question while working with and observing countless couples struggling in their relationships. She discovered something revolutionary: even the most troubled couples could be enjoying each other if only they would adopt a few simple yet powerful and deeply spiritual principles. Another revelation: it only takes one member of the couple to make this work. Yet another: by adopting these principles and letting go of the popular myths and assumptions about relationships so many of us have been taught, you can not only vastly improve your relationship but develop your own inner sense of self. Your relationship can become your spiritual path.

Those who have followed Susan’s program report that their relationships have become loving again, and that their sense of self-esteem and spiritual development has been deepened. They no longer call what they have with their mate a marriage or relationship but rather a true spiritual partnership. The process outlined here is simple yet profound and is based on what Susan calls five sacred principles or acts that one member or both members of the couple follow, principles that emerge naturally out of the spiritual traditions of Christianity and Buddhism.
 

About Susan Page

See more books from this Author
SUSAN PAGE holds a Master of Divinity degree and was a campus minister at Washington University in St. Louis and at Columbia University in New York City. She founded and directed the first university-based human sexuality program at the University of California at Berkeley. Since 1980, she has devoted herself full time to writing about relationships and working with both couples and singles. She is the author of three previous books on relationships, including the national bestseller, If I’m So Wonderful, Why Am I Still Single? She lives in Berkeley, California, with her husband of twenty years.
 
Published February 19, 2002 by Harmony. 320 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

Unrated Critic Reviews for If We're So In Love, Why Aren't We Happy?

Publishers Weekly

See more reviews from this publication

While conventional wisdom (based on individual psychology and relationship dynamics) lauds communication as the key to happy relationships, Page suggests that all that talking actually does little to move couples closer together.

| Read Full Review of If We're So In Love, Why Aren...

Reader Rating for If We're So In Love, Why Aren't We Happy?
97%

An aggregated and normalized score based on 15 user ratings from iDreamBooks & iTunes


Rate this book!

Add Review