How to Marry Right and Avoid Divorce: Tips from Thirty-Three Years of Private Practice

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Tate Publishing, Jun 28, 2011 - 252 pages
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Do you see marriage in your future but worry about becoming another divorce statistic? If so, this book is a must-read. Whether you are marrying for the first time or have been divorced and want to get back in the dating game, Dr. Susana O'Hara offers simple advice about the steps you can take to marry right, stay married, and decrease your chances of divorce. How to Marry Right and Avoid Divorce includes real-life examples of how several of Dr. O'Hara's clients did just that. Dr. O'Hara also illustrates the poor choices many before you have made so you can learn from them. Dr. O'Hara's encouraging tips for finding the right person to marry have led countless people down the path to marital happiness. She offers suggestions for how to think realistically about marriage, how to best present yourself, and how to engage in meaningful conversation, among other useful topics. Now she can help you to learn How to Marry Right and Avoid Divorce.
  

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This book is a great book for people who are contemplating marriage, or who have divorced and are seeking information on how to be more successful in a second marriage. At first I thought it was ... Read full review

Contents

Part One
11
A Case Study and a Discussion of Common Myths
13
Thinkingthe First Step in Marrying Well
31
Saying Hello and Getting the Most Out of What Happens
47
Using Common Sense to Protect Yourself
67
How to Tell If Someone Is Lying and What to Do about It
75
Presenting Yourself to Future Mates
95
How You Can Overcome Disadvantages
109
Selecting Acceptance and Rejection Criteria
145
Learning to Talk
161
The Use and Misuse of Common Sense
167
Is It a Lie or Is It Not a Lie?
175
Details of SelfPresentation
185
Understanding Disadvantages
193
The Help of Trusted Family Members
205
Acceptance and Rejection Criteria Contributed by LongMarried Couples and Health Care Professionals
219

How Family and Friends Can Help
121
The Importance of Being SelfDisciplined
133
Part Two
135
More Trouble with Mythical Thinking
137
A Guide to the Types of Mental Health Professionals Who Provide Medication and Psychotherapy
239
Endnotes
243
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