Challenging many common delusions about love, this straight-talking, humorous guide takes a closer look at the insanity of modern-day relationships. The handbook uses simple “mythbusting” techniques for increasing self-awareness and avoiding misguided ideas. Chapters include Stay Far Away from Women in Their 30s!, Your Partner Isn't a Mind Reader, Can a Relationship Only Work if You Compromise?, Does Strong Sexual Attraction Mean You're a Good Match?, and Is It Better to Be in a Relationship Than to Be Single? Guaranteed to provide greater clarity and contentment between any two people, this reference provides provocative—and much-needed—social commentary in a humorous fashion.
101 Relationship Myths: How to Stop Them from Sabotaging Your Happiness Hot
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101 Relationship Myths: How to Stop Them from Sabotaging Your Happiness 2012-07-25 01:40:27 Lamisha Serf
When it comes to romantic relationships many people struggle to reconcile the idealized belief that they should live “happily ever after” with real life experience. In 101 Relationship Myths, author Tim Ray explains how this is one of many enduring relationship myths that are the root cause of unhappy, and at times stressful, relationships. He helps readers identify and debunk the common fairytale myths that we hold so dear, such as: “If you love me you will do what I want”, “It’s better to be in a relationship than to be single”, and “My happiness is dependent on my partner,” and reminds us that happiness is our responsibility and can only arise from the love we find within.
101 Relationship Myths: How to Stop Them from Sabotaging Your Happiness 2012-04-26 02:06:50 Krysta
Everybody is in one or more relationships. From parents and siblings, to bosses and life partners, our lives are filled with relationships of one kind or another. We've been told a lot of things about relationships and we believe a lot of things. For instance, do you believe a relationship can work only if you compromise? Or that if your partner loved you he or she would do what you want them to do?