"A much—needed and excellent work. Dr. Polston has opened a whole new field of study with this tremendous research on family health and happiness. Living better longer is a great goal, and what you will discover here may well add a new dimension to your life. I enjoyed Loving Midlife Marriage immensely." –Art Linkletter, Emmy— and Grammy—Award—winning TV personality and, President of the UCLA Center on Aging Board of Trustees
"Pioneering and unique . . . looks at the empty nest and retirement marriage square in the face and gives wives and husbands the tools to live happily ever after. When the last child leaves and you’re wondering ‘Who is this person I’m married to?’, read it."–Betty Booker, "Prime Living," Richmond Times—Dispatch
"This book pulls the tape off the hidden spots and instructs the reader how to maintain a good marriage and repair a weakening one. Loving Midlife Marriage is a must read for anyone entering into or struggling with the midlife or retirement years."–Sylvia Weishaus, Ph.D., cofounder of the Making Marriage Work program
"Loving Midlife Marriage opens up a lot of critical issues for discussion between husband and wife."–Jeanne Segal, Ph.D., author of Raising Your Emotional Intelligence: A Practical Guide
Here is an inspiring, practical guide to getting the most out of your midlife marriage. Most marriages face challenges during midlife. This is often caused by two factors: the empty nest and retirement. With the empty nest, you endure the loss of your role as active mother or father; with retirement, you suffer the loss of a role your job gave you for most of your life. Issues in your marriage that seemed to have been settled years ago are up for discussion once again. Loving Midlife Marriage shows you how to deal with:
With good communication tools, compassion, and humor, Dr. Betty Polston shows how you can use the extraordinary opportunities midlife offers to gain new perspectives on your marriage. Based on the author’s years of research, filled with questionnaires, advice, and personal anecdotes, Loving Midlife Marriage can help you learn how to grow your marriage to fit your needs. In fact, your midlife marriage may just be the start of a whole new you!
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Betty L. Polston, Ph.D., is a psychotherapist, researcher, and career counselor who has been studying and counseling aging couples for 25 years. She has given numerous lectures, seminars, and workshops about relationship issues among over?40 couples. Dr. Polston has appeared on CBS This Morning and other television and radio programs.
Susan K. Golant, M.A., is a successful writer who has coauthored numerous books, including the prizewinning book Helping Someone with Mental Illness, with former First Lady Rosalynn Carter.
Dr. Polston has opened up a whole new vista with this
tremendous research on "family" health and happiness. Living better,
longer is a great goal, and what you will discover here may well add a
new dimension to your lives. I enjoyed this book immensely. -- Art Linkletter, T.V. and radio personality and President of the UCLA Center on Aging Board of Trustees
Good, grounded, insightful material to help you create the
last half of your life as an expanding adventure. Polston and Golant
have provided a warm and wise guidebook for living and loving the last
half of our lives - a celebration of both our achievements and our new
challenges. -- Maida Rogerson, author with Jack Canfield of Chicken Soupfor the Soul
This book pulls the tape off the hidden spots and instructs
the reader how to maintain a good marriage and repair a weakening
one. Loving Midlife Marriage is a must read for anyone entering into,
struggling with or emerginG from the midlife/retirement years.
-- Sylvia Weishaus, Ph.D. - Founder of the Making Marriage Work Seminars
This pioneering book looks at the empty nest and retirement
marriage square in the face and gives wives and husbands the tools to
live happily ever after. When the last child leaves and you're
wondering who this person is you're married to, read it. When you
start thinking "I married him for life but not for lunch" isn't so
funny, read it. -- Betty Booker, Prime Living Section, Richmond Times Dispatch
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Book Description Wiley, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110471314536