Partnering by Hal Stone
A New Kind of Relationship

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This newest book from groundbreaking therapists Hal and Sidra Stone shows us how to turn our relationships into true partnerships or "joint ventures," in which partners discover how to:

balance their need for relationship with their need for individuality
relinquish judgment and criticism
improve decision making and communication
celebrate sensuality and sexuality
include children in their lives without sacrificing their own relationship.
Drawing on more than 40 years of relationship counseling, this practical and inspiring guide shows readers how to keep the magic in relationships alive and how to embrace the lessons that relationship has to teach. This book is for anyone involved in an intimate relationship who wants to reclaim passion, love, and and romance.

About Hal Stone

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Shakti Gawain, born on September 30, 1948 in Trenton, N.J., is one of the leading authors in the world consciousness and human potential movements. After spending time in Asia, she became interested in combining Eastern spiritual awareness with Western Psychology. Titles such as Creative Visualization and Creating True Prosperity teach the use of mental energy, relaxation, healing, meditation, and spiritual awareness to help readers deal with their daily lives. Gawain, an inspirational speaker, also conducts numerous workshops during which she teaches her philosophies. She has worked as a dance teacher and a therapist and continually strives to improve the quality of life for all beings. Her books have sold over 3 million copies throughout the world.
Published November 18, 2010 by New World Library. 256 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Political & Social Sciences, Romance, Parenting & Relationships, Self Help. Non-fiction

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Embracing Our Selves, etc.) advise readers on how to transform their intimate relationships into a ""joint venture"" based on ""cooperation and equality, mutual respect and mutual empowerment."" While they frequently refer to ""the many selves"" within each person (the ""voice dialogue"" therapy ...

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