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Open Hearts: Renewing Relationships with Recovery, Romance & Reality

by Patrick J. Carnes, Debra Laaser, Mark Laaser

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This workbook is patterned on the 12-step program and is designed to help couples identify and change behaviors and attitudes in order to create a satisfying and joyful partnership. The writing is plain and easy to understand. The exercises are numerous and designed to really get users thinking about their partnership - what isn't working and why, as well as what is working. Most helpful for couples who have serious problems that need to be resolved. ( )
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