“If you’ve been having trouble making love work in your life, Gratch’s If Love Could Think is a must read before you go into therapy.” —Mira Kirshenbaum, author of The Weekend Marriage and Too Good to Leave, Too Bad to Stay
“Alon Gratch is a brilliant simplifier. His schema in this book is both original and thoroughly convincing—not to mention practical and potentially life–saving.” —Edward M. Hallowell, M.D., author of Connect and Human Moments
Praise for If Men Could Talk
“Gratch . . . [tells] each clinical anecdote in a moving, compelling way.” —Olga Silverstein, author of The Courage to Raise Good Men
“Gratch skillfully explores the roots of men’s most painful feelings. . . . In doing so, he displays a broad knowledge of literature, history, and popular culture . . . as well as a rigorous and nimble approach.” —Elle
“Follows in the tradition of John Gray’s Mars and Venus series and Deborah Tannen’s You Just Don’t Understand.” —Publishers Weekly
From the Hardcover edition.