Stop stepping on her toes and learn how to dance. Have you been spending a lot of time stepping on your wife’s toes? Maybe it’s time you put yourself in her shoes. Trading Places: The Best Move You’ll Ever Make in Your Marriage is part of the key to winning much, much more from your relationship with your wife—more understanding, more laughter, and yes, more loving. Using this workbook as you read Trading Places will help make sure you get it right. Bestselling authors Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott wrote this workbook to help you make the most of the little-known secrets of putting the time-tested strategy of trading places to work in your marriage. Packed with practical helps and tips you’ve never thought of, you’ll learn the simple, three-step-strategy to trading places and, as a result, you’re sure to: • Increase your levels of passion • Bolster your commitment • Eliminate nagging • Short-circuit conflict • Double your laughter • Forgive more quickly • Talk more intimately Use the workbook to drill down through the three crucial steps to trading places—you’ll find self-tests, journals, even exercises to do together with your wife. Specific suggestions for practicing empathy make learning easier—and it’s all tied to the book. When you’re done you’ll be prepared to experience “the intimate dance of trading places”. And you’ll have learned a skill that will make your marriage more rewarding—and more exciting—than you ever thought possible.
|Contributor(s)||Les and Leslie Parrott|
|About the Contributor(s)||Les and Leslie Parrott
A psychologist and a marriage and family therapist, Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott are founders of the Center for Relationship Development at Seattle Pacific University. Their bestselling books include Love Talk, Crazy Good Sex The Complete Guide to Marriage Mentoring, and the award-winning Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts. Their work has been featured in The New York Times and USA Today, and they have appeared on CNN, O’Reilly Factor, Good Morning America, Today Show, The View, and Oprah. They live with their two sons in Seattle. Visit LesandLeslie.com.
|Publish Date||Apr 15, 2008|