The 15 biggest mistakes made in a relationship and what you should have done instead!
Get past the mistakes and learn how to salvage a relationship on the brink with these commonsense solutions!
Inside this book you'll discover:
How too much time apart can create distance and generate animosity between you and your partner and how to balance healthy hobbies and time together.
The small thing that seems inconsequential, but is actually a symptom of something deeper, and how you can get to the root of that problem for good!
The most common cause of relationship problems and simple adjustments you can make so that it never happens again.
How to deal with dishonesty before a bigger fault line opens up in your relationship.
The reason that communication so commonly breaks down between married couples and the specific actions you can take right now to reverse course.
Table of contents:
Mistake 1: Difficulty dealing with depression
Mistake 2: Not sharing pleasurable activities
Mistake 3: Taking your partner for granted
Mistake 4: Weak communication
Mistake 5: Poor decision-making
Mistake 6: Encouraging outside influences
Mistake 7: Weak emotional investment
Mistake 8: Not opening up in a relationship
Mistake 9: Annoying habits and other personal issues
Mistake 10: Failure to settle arguments or disputes
Mistake 11: Neglecting your appearance
Mistake 12: Financial mistakes
Mistake 13: Dishonesty
Mistake 14: Playing the blame game
Mistake 15: Other relationship issues
Bonus: What if your relationship is failing?
Buy now to learn how to salvage a relationship!
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A great and quick read / listen
- Amazon Customer
15 Mistakes, One Good Decision
I appreciated the basic information but had hoped for a more in depth analysis. I did enjoy the narration. I thought the narrator Clarke Hylton, did a great job making relatively dry content more palatable. He has a very pleasant voice; professional, but personable.
The book was a good introduction to relationships, but thought it lacked some depth. I understand that 15 Mistakes is intended to be an overview, but I would have liked more.
I thought the narrator did a great job. I might have stopped listening if he hadn't sounded like a friend. Someone I would enjoy talking with or hearing from in person. He helped bring the material to life and made the material feel more relevant and approachable.
This is my first audible book. If they all sound as good as this one, I'm very likely to come back for more.
- g e rice