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How to Stay in Love is direct, honest and easy-to-read. Dee Frances, author of Positive Thinking Easier Than You Think (another book I recommend) has given us the empowerment for a successful marriage. In this reviewer's opinion. HOW TO STAY IN LOVE belongs in every home... and is the perfect gift......
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I believe the basic need of every person is to be loved. Loved for who we are. Approved of even though we make mistakes. Each of us wants to know that others care if we are around. How do we go about attaining our basic need? How do we keep it? Are we seeking to be loved or are we out to give love? I believe if I seek to give love, the other person seeks to give love, we then have two people giving love, therefore both people get loved. This being the case we cannot miss. But in a world filled with stress and trouble there are certain things we can do to make the most of this relationship.
I believe all of the above to be summed up in the following: We need not climb a mountain or swim the deepest sea.
We only need to treat each other with dignity.
Show interest in t he things they do,
They need not be like me or you.
Just how difficult can it be? I'll stay
in love with you, if you stay in love with me!
Our society has gone through rapid changes in the last twenty to thirty years. Before that time most marriages would better be classed into what is best described as entrapment. A term used to describe a union where neither party is truly happy but more afraid of change than of what is currently going on within this relationship. This has been especially true for the female gender. We have believed that we must be all things to everyone and that our needs come last, if at all. This generation of women are learning that I can only give to you if I have something to give. I must take care of myself in order to have something to give to you.
Today's society is more interested in relationships than entrapments. A relationship means that both persons are free to express their needs. While they, as a couple, will have common goals, they each acknowledge each person's right to have individual goals, wants, and needs. Each person accepts the other's need not to be like them or do things like they do for this to be a good relationship.....
Since few people are happy without a significant other we find ourselves in the position of needing to learn more about how to have a relationship instead of an entrapment.
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