Julie Gottman

The Seven-Day Love Prescription
  • The Seven-Day Love Prescription

  • What makes love last? Why do some couples stay together forever, while others fall apart? Is there a formula for building a love that lasts? How can you revive and renew your relationship in just seven days?

    For the past fifty years, Drs. John and Julie Gottman have been studying love. The Seven-Day Love Prescription distils their work into an accessible, bite-size, seven-day action plan for deeper intimacy. Taking you through their most foundational findings, the Gottmans will help you build a love that lasts in just seven days. Through small, immediately actionable daily steps, they will help you to shift your relationship for the better, providing trusted antidotes to common issues from loneliness and emotional and physical disconnection, to drifting apart and losing that loving feeling. These will teach you how to:

    · Connect and check in with each other
    · Ask each other big, open-ended questions
    · Show appreciation and gratitude by saying thank you
    · Give your partner a genuine compliment
    · Communicate what you need
    · Create moments of physical connection
    · Declare a date night

    No matter who you are, or what kind of relationship you want to strengthen, The Seven-Day Love Prescription is guaranteed to provide you with the practical tools to transform any relationship in your life for the better. The Gottmans prove that small frequent changes over just seven days can strengthen the foundations of all relationships, allow them to flourish, and create big, long-lasting change over time.

JULIE SCHWARTZ GOTTMAN, PHD, is an award-winning psychologist, co-creator of the Art and Science of Love weekend workshops, and author or co-author of five books, including Ten Lessons to Transform Your Marriage.

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