ANY RELATIONSHIP IS UNDER THE CONTROL OF THE PERSON WHO CARES THE LEAST.
While it takes two people to create a relationship, it takes only one to end it.
Livingston explores and examines the power struggles that arise in marriages in this thought-provoking chapter.
Instead of focusing on the presenting issues like money, children or sex, he digs deeper to highlight that “the underlying causes are usually diminished self-respect and unmet expectations” summarising that “one party typically feels and expresses less affection and respect than the other”…
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