Renew Your Wows

Seven Powerful Tools to Ignite the Spark and Transform Your Relationship
by Jeffrey H. Sumber

Publisher: Raindrops Press

Publication Date: October 15, 2015

ISBN: 1230000393782

Binding: Kobo eBook

Availability: eBook

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Is it possible to read a book about relationships and come away feeling like your life, your entire existence, just changed?

Harvard trained psychotherapist and relationship pioneer Jeffrey Sumber says YES!!!

“Your life is meant to be poetry. The way you feel when you just fall in love with someone is the way you’re meant to feel about yourself when you wake up each morning.”

Imagine a pill developed to cure insomnia that winds up being an amazing solution for weight loss?

Renew Your Wows: Seven Powerful Tools to Ignite the Spark and Transform Your Relationship was written to help couples address challenges and yet it also serves to revitalize us as individuals!

With a significant focus on your personal journey to understand life and love, this is less a relationship “diet” book of “do this” and “don’t do that” and more about a creative lifestyle change. A change that comes with helpful ways to shift one’s perception of the “facts” and concrete tools with which to make life work better day by day. However, it is left to the reader to decide where they are and what they want to do in order to create the life and the relationship they long for…

Most of the time, life inside the world of a couple is wonderful. There are beautiful memories full of giggles and winks, passion, and binge-watching afternoons. Still, there are few experiences in life that can leave us feeling as powerless, and as stuck, as our relationships. Whether it’s the silent treatment, the bickering, the months of trekking through the sexual tundra, or, that personal favorite, the “F**k It!” button where we simply say, “what’s the point, let’s just end this here and now,” relationships are not easy work.

Regardless of whether you’ve been together a month or an eternity, we all need a sense of renewal in our meaningful partnerships. But here’s the good news- you don’t have to suffer in the Soup any longer than it takes ...