I Love You But How Do I Live With You?

AWC Business Solutions
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Statistics show that nearly half of all first marriages end up on the rocks and finish in divorce. These figures do not take into account all the couples that don’t marry, try living together and eventually break up. Nor do they take into account all the unhappy marriages that are ‘staying together for the sake of the kids’.

The incredible thing that the statistics show is that the odds of  a second marriage working out are not much better. They also show that couples who try living together before they get married are no more successful at staying together than those who don’t ‘try before they buy’.

I Love You But How Do I Live With You? is the long awaited companion to Des Hunt’s best-selling book What Makes People Tick: Understanding Yourself and Others.

In this book you will:

• Discover the personality style of yourself and your partner, plus:

• A full description of yours and your partner’s personality style which reveals:

Ø  How you each defend yourselves

Ø  How you each handle conflict

Ø  How to relate to each other more effectively

Ø  How not to relate to each other

Ø  How to live and love for life

Ø  How you each see life

Ø  What each of you want from life

Ø  You loves and your hates

Ø  How You each want to be related to

Ø  How you each prefer to communicate

Ø  Your different strengths and weaknesses

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About the author

 Des Hunt has been married for over 40 years and has two daughters, both of whom have been married for over 20 years. He is an international speaker, trainer, consultant and author for over 20 years. He started his working life as a carpenter, became a salesman and then a builder. He then took time off for a mid-life crisis and went back to school as a mature age student to tertiary studies in Management, Human Resource Development and Psychology. His other books include How to Sell the Way Your Customer Buys and What Makes People Tick: Understanding Yourself and Others. He lives in Adelaide, Australia.

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Publisher
AWC Business Solutions
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Published on
Nov 30, 2014
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Pages
302
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ISBN
9780992555375
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Language
English
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Genres
Family & Relationships / General
Family & Relationships / Marriage & Long Term Relationships
Psychology / Personality
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This content is DRM protected.
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Available on Android devices
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Eligible for Family Library

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