Psychologist and relationship expert Gary W. Lewandowski exposes 10 myths that are sabotaging your relationship and provides practical, science-backed tools for addressing them.
'It should be on every bookshelf.' John Gottman, author of The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work
What if everything you thought you knew about your relationship was wrong? We all have faulty thinking when it comes to our closest relationships. Our default ways of thinking about love can blind us to what is good (and bad), lead us to find problems where they don't exist, and potentially sabotage even a great relationship.
To prove it, and because it's fun, here's a pop quiz.
True or False:
- It's wrong to be selfish in a relationship.
- If we're not having a lot of sex, we're not in love.
- Men aren't as romantic as women.
- It's better to hold back and not argue about it.
- You should never give up looking for your soulmate.
Stronger Than You Think presents a refreshing and eye-opening new take on the relationship genre and gives readers a guided tour of the most common blind spots that plague relationships at all the major friction points.
Blind spots are the key questions you aren't asking, the signals you're missing, the signs you aren't seeing, qualities that you're overvaluing, or the indicators you're misinterpreting. Award-winning professor, psychologist, and relationship scientist Dr Gary Lewandowski leverages his 20 years of experience to provide readers with a way out of this self-sabotage in this eye-opening look at their relationship's good side.
I really enjoyed reading Stronger Than you Think. It offers science-based advice on the key relationship issues that worry most of us. It should be on every bookshelf.
An essential roadmap for cultivating an exquisite relationship
[Stronger Than You Think] will change everything you thought you knew about love and set you on the path to long-term happiness and success.