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“After 18 years of marriage my husband and I are rediscovering each other's mysteries. I feel exhilarated and excited about our future together.”Margaret W., workshop participant
Perhaps as few as five percent of all couples find a way to resolve the power struggle and go on to create a deeply satisfying relationship.
The power struggle can be seen to follow a predictable course that parallels the well-documented stages of grief in a bereaved person.
When you are immersed in the power struggle, life seems chaotic.
When partners don’t tell each other what they want and constantly criticize each other, it’s no wonder that love and cooperation disappears
Why don’t people simply tell each other in plain English that they want more affection or freedom or whatever it is that they are craving?