“When I looked at the differences between the couples who have made it and those who did not, I began to see a pattern for success. I am convinced that if couples follow this program, step by step, they are sure to see positive results.”
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Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) July 12, 2011
You can save your marriage, even if it is on the brink of destruction. At least that is what Imago Therapist Rabbi Shlomo Slatkin of http://theRelationshipRabbi.com believes. In his new book Is My Marriage Over? The Five Step Action Plan to Saving Your Marriage, Rabbi Slatkin lays out a plan that will help couples rescue their relationship. "Couples in crisis are often hopeless about their situation because they see no way out. I wrote this book to show that there is a clear and doable path that they can take to lead them to the light and joy at the end of the tunnel," said Rabbi Slatkin.
After helping countless couples on the verge of divorce repair their relationship, Rabbi Slatkin knows what is necessary for couples to succeed, “when I looked at the differences between the couples who have made it and those who did not, I began to see a pattern for success. I am convinced that if couples follow this program, step by step, they are sure to see positive results.”
The book provides five “action steps” because as Rabbi Slatkin writes in his introduction that in dealing with any acute crisis, “it is best to become informed and then decide what immediate action must be taken . . . You can point fingers and blame, you can come up with theories, and you can remain resentful, but if you do not take immediate action nothing will change and you’ll continue to feel lousy.”
In steps one and two, "commit" and "seal your exits", couples learn how to make their marriage a priority, refocus, and bring the energy back into their relationship. Step III, "detox your marriage", teaches how to remove counterproductive behaviors such as negativity that seek to undermine connection, which in turn enables the creation of more safety in the relationship.
In Step IV, couples learn how to "acknowledge the 'other'", learning new ways to connect so that understanding each other and feeling respected and listened to becomes their marriage’s second nature. Finally, Step V, "love infusions", teaches how to bring back some of the spark that was once felt in the relationship.
Whether one’s spouse is willing or one is going at it alone, this book provides a new understanding of relationship as well as exercises for each action step that will help readers save their marriage.
To download a free copy of Is My Marriage Over? The Five Step Action Plan to Saving Your Marriage, visit http://www.theRelationshipRabbi.com/is-my-marriage-over