Are you a co-dependent Cinderella who loves a man who hates women too much? A Peter Pan in denial about his inability to make a commitment? If so, it's time to stop analyzing your relationship.
Even if you've discovered from the talk shows and the self-help books that you're afraid of intimacy or prone to self-destruction because of a miserable childhood, has it really helped? If not, it's time for action; it's time for Love Is a Verb.
Here is a fresh, new approach to relationships. The book goes beyond analyzing relationships to changing them, even if one partner isn't interested. Using a solution-oriented approach, humor, stories, and good common sense, Bill O'Hanlon and Pat Hudson (marriage counselors and husband and wife) show readers how to:
Lively, upbeat, and future-focused, Love Is a Verb shows readers how to change today's dreams of more romance and happiness into tomorrow's reality.
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This theme is apparent in the first chapter's humorous title: ``The Codependent Cinderella Who Loves A Man Who Hates Women Too Much.'' By changing unworkable patterns, rewriting their ``stories'' (false beliefs) and focusing on the future rather than endless analysis of the past, declare Hanlon a...| Read Full Review of Love is a Verb: How to Stop A...