Love Is Never Enough: How Couples Can Overcome Misunderstandings, Resolve Conflicts, And Solve by Aaron T., M.d. BeckLove Is Never Enough: How Couples Can Overcome Misunderstandings, Resolve Conflicts, And Solve by Aaron T., M.d. Beck

Love Is Never Enough: How Couples Can Overcome Misunderstandings, Resolve Conflicts, And Solve

byAaron T., M.d. Beck

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With eloquence and accessibility, Dr. Aaron T. Beck analyzes the actual dialogue of troubled couples to illuminate the most common problems in marriage--the power of negative thinking, disillusionment, rigid rules and expectations, and miscommunication.

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Aaron T. Beck, M.D., is University Professor Emeritus at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and president of the Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Research. Dr. Beck is the author of thirteen books. He lives with his wife, Judge Phyllis Beck, in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, and has four children and eight grandchildre...
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Title:Love Is Never Enough: How Couples Can Overcome Misunderstandings, Resolve Conflicts, And SolveFormat:PaperbackDimensions:432 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.97 inPublished:October 18, 1989Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060916044

ISBN - 13:9780060916046

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One of today's most influential psychologists tells how effective communication can restore solid, harmonious relationships.

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"Beck is the anointed father of cognitive therapy . . . In Love Is Never Enough, [he] goes back to the well of distorted thoughts and says they're also the source of most relationship problems." (Philadelphia Magazine)