THE LOVE FIGHT: How Achievers & Connectors Can Build A Marriage that Lasts
Source: Received for an honest review.
- Perfect Paperback: 240 pages
- Publisher: Florida Hospital Publishing (December 2, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0990419126
- ISBN-13: 978-0990419129
Are you going to fight for love or against each other? Opposites have tied the knot since the beginning of time. To explain the bond, experts have used the analogies pink and blue, Venus and Mars, or spaghetti and waffles.
In The Love Fight, Drs. Tony Ferretti and Peter Weiss address a new dichotomy: the clash between Achievers and Connectors. In studying couples with Achiever and Connector personalities, this duo illustrates how this common encounter can create a mutually satisfying relationship. Their expertise will walk you through the scrimmage between those who want to accomplish and those who want to relate. They couldn’t be more opposite, but Drs. Tony Ferretti and Peter Weiss know how to mentor Achievers and Connectors through their differences and guide them to a marriage that lasts.
The Love Fight is a book that can help you understand your spouse and save your marriage. Its self-assessments and content based on the authors’ years of experience will give you an action plan to achieve connection today.
THE LOVE FIGHT: How Achievers & Connectors Can Build A Marriage that Lasts by Tony Ferretti PhDis an interesting Non-Fiction/ Relationships/Marriage. The authors has done an excellent joby on achievers and connectors can obtain a lasting relationship. They use true-life examples, which offers insight into a challenging, and dynamic relationships. They use some practical tools to enrich, nurture, heal and help your marriage grow. An interesting book to be sure. Rather, you are single or married The Love Fight: How Achievers & Connectors Can Build a Marriage that Lasts is an inspiring, informative and constructive tool to have and read. Pleased and impressed with this strong educational, as well as constructive tool.
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Reviewed by: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More