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In Each Other's Care

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"In Each Other's Care" by Stan Tatkin is a helpful guide for couples who are having conflicts and want to improve their relationship. Tatkin, a couples therapist, introduces the idea of secure functioning as a way for couples to work together, be sensitive to each other, and strengthen their relationship. The book includes lessons and examples of conversations that can help readers understand what is causing their unhappiness, avoid future problems, and repair past issues. It also offers guidance on how to resolve conflicts and return to a state of healthy and loving intimacy. Whether you are just starting a relationship or have been together for a long time, "In Each Other's Care" can help you navigate even the most difficult topics with wisdom and respect.
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In Each Other's Care:  A Guide to the Most Common Relationship Conflicts and How to Work Through Them is a relationship book with a difference.  It gets to the nitty gritty of the problems unlike most books that glide along the surface.  It is easy to read and while the author never takes sides or blames one party it does get straight to the heart of every problem.  The concept of secure functioning is explored and methods to improve communication are tackled for all problems.  The emphasis is on teamwork, working together and caring for each other.  It is one of the best books on the subject I have read and is definitely different from the standard offerings on the market.  It is a brilliant read for all couples whether in difficulty or not.  It will definitely improve your relationship in some way.  Very highly recommended.
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Thank you, Sounds True Publishing, for the advance reading copy.

First of all, this book offers a lot. Please consider taking your time and tackle one topic at a time. I can assure you that it will be so worth it.

The book deals with the topic of most common relationship conflicts in two broad main sections under which several chapters deal with further details and examples.

I do find most of the topics and subtopics mentioned in the book are inevitable to discuss which I would say skip any chapter at your own risk.

Do pick up this book when you sincerely want to know what to do or what to say when someone close to you wants to discuss about their relationship dilemma. I find this book rather helpful and it has prepared me in a manner on how to reduce more harm and how to deal most of these scenarios when they happen.

Do look out for this book when it hit the stores.
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