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Heart and Soul toward Intimacy: A Couples Workbook

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by: Walter Patrick Martin, MA, LMFT Clinical Fellow American Association of Marriage Family Therapist FamilyCounselingSanDiego.COM
Books with a 4 star rating  (2)
Publication Date: January 25, 2015
Book Size: 8" x 10"
Pages: 29
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781633184831
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Book Synopsis
Communication is the key to developing intimacy in our relationship. Couples don’t, won’t and can’t always agree. Disagreement happen, problems will arise. We feel love when we know that our feelings are heard, remembered, and honored.

Our quest for happiness often depends on finding and sustaining love. True love implies commitment. First of all, do you and your partner call yourself a couple? If not, is it appropriate to be doing this work? Each relationship teaches us and deepens our perception of love. Love has many degrees. Committed couples grow together, they desire to make their partner happier, too.
Customer Comments
Anonymous
Posted: February 3, 2015
Customer comment 4 star rating
This book is written with heart and soul of the author and it has been very helpful in my practice with lots of the couples that I work with.
Jennifer Poulson
Posted: February 3, 2015
Customer comment 5 star rating
During the use of this book i found myself learning new ways to communicate with my husband and how to let go of the past. This book has some great tools around how and why people come together. i would recommend this to my friends and anyone who wants to learn more about there mate and them self.
About The Author
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My name is Walter “Patrick” Martin II, M.A., Licensed Marriage Family Therapist, initially I graduating in 1989 honored as the youngest to ever graduate with an Associate’s of Arts degree at Palomar College. My undergraduate was completed at California State University San Marcos and Masters Degree at National University in 1999 in Counseling Psychology. This book is dedicated to my father Walter P Martin, MD. Thanks to Greg DiPiazza, bother who created the artwork.