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Getting Relationships Right by Melanie Joy, PhD
Feb 11, 2020 | ISBN 9781523088508
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    Feb 11, 2020 | ISBN 9781523088508

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“The research is in. Nothing is more important than Getting Relationships Right because healthy relationships are a necessity—not a luxury—for happiness, health and longevity. In her book, Dr. Joy shows you how to get relationships right in a clear and comprehensive way and shares the outcomes you can expect from her process. Recommended reading for both individuals and therapists!”
—Harville Hendrix, Ph.D. and Helen LaKelly Hunt, Ph.D., Authors of Getting the Love You Want

“Joy offers a wise, practical, and well-researched template for creating healthy relationships of any kind. While reading it I kept thinking, ‘This is like an encyclopedia of relationship wisdom.’ I recommend this book to anyone wishing to expand their social-emotional intelligence!”
—Susan Campbell, Ph.D., Author of Getting Real, Truth in Dating, and Five-Minute Relationship Repair

“Read this book if you want to have healthy, mature relationships. Dr. Joy provides the tools, insight and research to get the job done.”
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“In this brilliant treasure of a book, Melanie Joy expertly and elegantly explains you everything you’ll ever need to know about how to successfully navigate any kind of relationship.”
—Kathy Freston, NY Times bestselling author Quantum Wellness, The Lean, and The One

“Melanie Joy’s book is really speaking my language with integrity, resilience, empathy, compassion, security, authenticity, and connection. Joy nails what it takes to make relationships great. The book is well-written with huge practical value. Getting Relationships Right is a must read!”
—Linda Bloom, Co-author of 101 Things I Wish I Knew When I Got Married: Simple Lessons to Make Love Last

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