About The Seven Dumbest Relationship Mistakes Smart People Make
Yes, the man may be different, but those relationship problems never seem to change. Why is that? Couples counselor Carolyn N. Bushong knows the answer. In her more than twenty years’ experience in the field of love, she has heard every conceivable reason for failed romance–and she has distilled them into seven classic mistakes even smart women make over and over again. It’s time to break the pattern. Through real-life case studies, clear explanations, and proven advice, Bushong challenges women to take control of their love lives. She has revitalized countless relationships–and now she gives you her time-tested techniques.
If you – Force intimacy–discover how to pull back – Expect your mate to read your mind–learn how to communicate openly – Play the martyr–find out what you really need – Assume you’re always right–recognize other people’s point of view – Rescue your mate–realize the impossibility of the task at hand – Take your mate for granted–devise ways to keep that mate from straying – Let passion die–take control of your feelings and let loose
History does not have to repeat itself. Mistakes don’t have to happen. Once you arm yourself with the knowledge, compassion, and insight of The 7 Dumbest Relationship Mistakes Smart People Make, you can find or keep that man for a lifetime. The keys are here–the door is yours to open.
About Carolyn N. Bushong
Couples counselor Carolyn N. Bushong’s first book was the bestseller Loving Him without Losing You. She has since written The Seven Dumbest Relationship Mistakes Smart People Make and Bring Back the Man You Fell in Love With. Carolyn has also contributed to many publications,… More about Carolyn N. Bushong
Paperback | $16.00
Published by Ballantine Books Apr 06, 1999| 256 Pages| 5-1/2 x 8-1/4| ISBN 9780449005699
"[A] clear, honest, and practical guide . . . A refreshing voice." –Publishers Weekly
"Insightful . . . Once you start turning the pages, this book can either: 1) make you angry because you feel you’ve been ‘found out’; or 2) prompt a smile as you quietly identify with a category or two. . . . [Bushong’s] categories aren’t pithy. They are solid guides for contemplation for people who want to learn and grow. . . . This is an honest book." –The Rocky Mountain News