The Dirty Half Dozen: Six Radical Rules to Make Relationships Last
Everyone wants to have a nurturing, happy, working union with a spouse or loved one--but time after time, it can fail, fall flat, or not live up to expectations. Now, after surveying more than 30 years of psychiatric literature and submitting more than 1,000 relationship studies to computer analysis, a renowned psychiatrist offers a provocative new theory for successful, long-lasting love.
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