Communication Miracles for Couples: Easy and Effective Tools to Create More Love and Less Conflict

Create lasting harmony and keep love alive with psychotherapist and bestselling author Jonathan Robinson’s powerful and simple methods for effective couples’ communication. For anyone who wants to enhance their relationship by learning to communicate with less blame and more understanding Communication Miracles for Couples will show you how.

In just a few minutes couples will learn to:
Feel totally lovedNever argue againGet your partner to really hear youRepair broken trustLearn the secret of the Acknowledgment Formula

Originally published in 1997 and continuously in print with more than 100,000 sold Communications Miracles for Couples has helped hundreds of thousands of couples repair their relationships. Whether you are looking to enhance your relationship or are deeply mired in conflict, these techniques can help anyone develop more effective communication with a spouse or partner.

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3 Comments

  1. The best married couples’ communication book I’ve read! Like most people, my wife and I were never taught how to communicate effectively with each other. Ultimately, we ended up in marital therapy to try to save our marraige. We took turns reading the chapters of this short book to each other, then discussing what we had learned and how to put it to use. We learned more in a few nights than either of our therapists taught us, and at a tiny fraction of the cost! Our communications with each other (and with almost everyone else in our lives) has…

  2. Decent book but…. but I found myself rolling my eyes at some of the analogies (such as describing why we fight as being because our ‘self esteem bank account’ is low and we want to make a deposit in it by arguing with a loved one). I did find some helpful hints about ways to diffuse an argument, but I did feel like most of the time the author wants you to ‘give in’ when arguing because he feels it is better to be loved than be right. I didn’t feel like the author really gave any advice on how to handle serious…

  3. Easy read and best advice I have read many many books on the subject of marriage and inherent problems. Married 37 years, I find myself in a separation. I chose several books to read to help me and this one was the best. Mr. Robinson very clearly and concisely talks about the acknowledgement, acceptance and appreciation all of us need in life. These tenents and ideas he has on blame and defensiveness hit home. I have only been separated a month but this has really helped me understand our conflicts. Now all I have to do…

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