More titles to consider

Shopping Cart

itemsitem

Synopsis

When a relationship ends whether it's a twenty year marriage or a promising romance that becomes disappointing women ask what went wrong. Unfortunately they often blame themselves. In this revealing intimate book Dr. Shoshanna interviews a wide group of men and asks them all the same question: Why did you leave? Startling and enlightening insights were offered demonstrating time and again that in most cases it was not the womans fault.Dr. Shoshanna has been a practicing psychologist and nationally-recognized relationship expert for over 25 years specializing in helping couples and individuals find the happiness they seek both as partners and individuals. Drawing on hundreds of interviews she present men's own words and perspectives as she explores the various reasons relationships fall apart. This classic book provides insight into what can and cannot be changed and includes comments by many other well-known psychologists as well.Why Men Leave will help you understand male psychology with regards to relationships. You'll learn from the men themselves the fears they face and their hopes in relationships. You will learn what could have made it easier for them to stay and find a meaningful resolution. Some of the issues covered are: The Fantasy Addict The Repetition Compulsion Ghosts of Past Relationships the Mid-Life Crisis Trouble with The In-Laws and The Search for The Perfect Person. Each chapter includes guidelines for both men and women and there are also numerous unique exercises including Dr. Shoshanna's unique Turnaround Procedure.Praise for Dr. Shoshannas other books:Dr. Shoshannas words are wonderful!--Marianne WilliamsonA powerful potentially life-changing book.Body & Soul"Shoshanna has some insightful things to say about anger in the family in the workplace at God and at destiny. This book can change the way you view yourself and others. It will help you give up grudges stop blaming others and playing the victim."--Spirituality & HealthDr. Shoshanna challenges us to let go of fantasies expectations fears and anticipation so we can be fully present to life. Her wisdom is genuine and deeply considered. Her book is well worth reading.--Spiritual Parenting

People who read this also enjoyed

Get a 1 year subscription
for / issue

You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices:

  • DESKTOP
  • eREADERS
  • TABLETS
  • IOS
  • ANDROID
  • WINDOWS