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The Revolutionary Art of Changing Your Heart: The essential guide to recharging your relationship

Andrew Fuller

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Dating, relationships, living together & marriage

Stuck in a relationship rut? At the end of your tether with your significant other? Looking for love, but don't know how to attract it? Clinical psychologist Andrew Fuller is here to show you how to revolutionise your relationships.

Are you stuck in a relationship rut? Do you feel like you're at the end of your tether with your significant other? Perhaps you're looking for love and you don't know how to attract it. Clinical psychologist Andrew Fuller is here to show you how the revolutionary art of changing your heart can also change your life for the better.

Using the CPR model developed by Andrew Fuller, you can learn the importance of being Connected, Protected and Respected. In a love relationship each partner should feel these things - yet it can be difficult to sustain amidst a busy life in a busy world.

Andrew explains and teaches all you need to know to change your heart. Includes:
understanding attraction
knowing how relationships work
the five values that underpin all successful relationships
who not to fall in love with
being the lover your partner wants to be with
helping your partner become the lover you love to be with.

The Revolutionary Art of Changing Your Heart provides an accessible set of tools for people concerned about their relationship as well as for those wanting to create a more positive relationship.

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Andrew Fuller

Andrew Fuller began his career as a clinical psychologist in psychiatric crisis teams, working with people who were often contemplating ending their lives. The reason for their despair was frequently the loss or breakup of a relationship. Fortunately, all were helped beyond this state. This inspired Andrew to work with people to create futures they can fall in love with. He is an Honorary Fellow at the University of Melbourne.

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