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Why marriages succeed or fail was an interesting book This book would be a great help if you had problems with your marriage There are a lot of facts and different tests to take to see where you are I thought that our text was more helpful in guiding to a good relationship I felt that are text had more information and seemed to have more points about marriages John Gottman talked about fixing marriages and our text talked more about preventing a situation If I had a problem I would probably go through our text first John shows in his book that is important for couples to work out their differences than have compatible views Why marriages succeed or fail deals more in how to work out differences than anything His research identifies the common mistakes both men and women make and what to do about them There were a lot of different issues that John talked about compared to our book I thought that there were similar issues but John had a different understanding and way of solving the problems John Gottman and are text had different types of styles They were kind of similar but some led in different directions some got me confused while trying to compare them It seemed that John talked about conflict a lot and the way it is used in Marriage It seems that John has different ways to resolve a conflict I thought that the text formula for a successful marriage was easy to follow John Gottmans way helps focus on each other on paying attention to the small day to day moments The text talks about how you have to think and care for yourself and your partner and how marriage is a two-person commitment When John talks about this he is already suggesting ways to fix your marriage John points out that how you fight will show if your marriage succeeds or fails
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