Relationship advice often centres on what not to do, rather than what to do. Couples already know they shouldn't yell at each other, not put each other down, and not to neglect their relationship. What they don't know, is how not to do these things.
The Relationship First Aid Kit offers practical solutions to common relationship difficulties, revealing that negatives are not actually the problem and that they can be converted into ways to get closer.
The book is divided into three parts and is filled with simple and easy to learn techniques that will save you a lot of relationship stress:
Common Injuries outlines the reasons why couples get stuck, as well as introducing the main strategies to heal your relationship injuries.
Applying Relationship First Aid is step-by-step approach to converting negatives into closeness. Includes tools such as 'Compassionate Listening' and 'Anger conversion'.
Preventative Medicine shows you how to strengthen your relationship by preventing problems, and dealing with existing issues before they escalate.
Build and maintain a healthy and happy relationship with your partner using the strategies that Tim has tried and tested over 15 years working with couples.
About the Author
Tim is a qualified Social Worker, with a Masters in Couples and Relationship Counselling. He operates a private practice in Melbourne. and has built his unique approach to couple-work over 15 years of experience.
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