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5.0 von 5 Sternen Good insight and realistic advice
Excellent book for building a strong marriage. Helps you realize that some of the 'little' things you haven't been doing are really BIG things to the success of a marriage. Gives very specific examples, such as the idea of talking to each other about your hopes, dreams and fears. If you are parents you'll find a renewed sparkle between you. (Also, if you have kids,...
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Very typical... Most of it is common knowledge
Dr. Gottman's book didn't cover anything most people have already heard. It's not what you fight about but how you fight. Who hasn't heard this line? Some of the quizzes to assess your marriage were interesting (for example, I didn't think I would be comfortable in an avoidance style marriage, but a quiz proved me wrong), but for the most part this book didn't offer me...
Veröffentlicht am 16. April 1998 von gwilliam@pobox.upenn.edu


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5.0 von 5 Sternen Good insight and realistic advice, 17. Juni 1999
Von Ein Kunde
Excellent book for building a strong marriage. Helps you realize that some of the 'little' things you haven't been doing are really BIG things to the success of a marriage. Gives very specific examples, such as the idea of talking to each other about your hopes, dreams and fears. If you are parents you'll find a renewed sparkle between you. (Also, if you have kids, check out Perfect Parenting by Elizabeth Pantley)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen It explains exactly how to avoid what ruins marriages., 24. März 1998
About 25 years ago John Gottman, a researcher at the University of Washington, started interviewing newlyweds in his laboratory. He hooked them up to devices that measure physical responses (blood pressure, heart rate, sweat on the palms, etc.) and videotaped them while they discussed a subject that was volatile for them. What topic was sure to create a heated argument? That's the one he wanted them to talk about. He was then able to go back and study the videotapes and watch the records of blood pressure and heart rate and see how the person responded both outwardly and inwardly. And then he tracked these couples over the years. Some broke up. Some stayed together.

He found something very specific that enabled him to predict, with an astoundingly high degree of accuracy, who will break up and who will stay together: How do they fight? He found four things -- four kinds of communication -- that ruin a marriage. If those four are present during an argument, the marriage is headed for disaster.

His most important discovery, I think, is that it isn't the CONTENT of the fight that makes a difference, it's the PROCESS you use during an argument. If you use a lousy method of fighting, it doesn't matter if you're only arguing about a toothpaste tube, it can destroy your marriage. But with the right PROCESS -- one that avoids those four disaster-creating methods -- you can talk about a highly volatile issue like infidelity and still keep the marriage together and your love alive.

When you're in an argument with your spouse, it always SEEMS that the important thing is WHAT you're arguing about. But that's not what matters. The important thing is HOW you argue. And Gottman's book tells you exactly how to avoid what doesn't work.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen honest check list for relationship status & how to improve, 5. Mai 1999
Von Ein Kunde
Reading this book was like a check list for me. My marriage has gotten to the point that my husband's councelor suggested we both read this book, then meet together with him. I found this helpful for me to see exactly where I was in my opinion of our marriage. The occasional "tests" helped me to see myself honestly and admit the mistakes I've been making for the past 22 years. It was difficult to admit that I was in such an unsuccessful relationship, but when I was the one taking the tests and answering the questions, it was obvious that I needed to take some of the advice the author suggests for each "problem". Now I can only hope that my husband will do the same. Atleast for me, I know that I really need to consider a divorce as an alternative to being lonely, depressed and unhappy. Even though it was not easy, I am glad I read this book.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Fascinating!, 6. Oktober 1999
Von Ein Kunde
I read this book for a college class and still remember the tips and clues five years later. One of the best and most valuable books I have ever read.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen What a relief!, 16. September 1998
Von Ein Kunde
I enjoyed reading Gottman's book, especially after I had subjected myself to reading John Gray's preachy, opinionated and stereotype-based pop-psychology treatise, "Mars and Venus on a Date". I found that Gottman's scenarios involving different couples were a positive way to review his concepts, and easy to relate to real life. His scientific approach is refreshing, humanistic and intelligently written. An earlier reviewer asserted that the information that Gottman presents is basic, but I hadn't been exposed to any of the premises before, and I am grateful that I came upon his book. I highly recommend it as a sanity check for those who are questioning their relationships.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen You can change your relationships, 24. Februar 1999
Von Ein Kunde
This book is based on scientific studies of how couples actually fight rather than on any generalized theory of categorizing types. By reading his analysis I was able to see how dysfunctional interactions contributed to the breakup of my marriage and I was able to retrain myself in communication methods. This new, more aware way of communicating has worked wonders in my new relationship. It's like riding a bicycle. Once you learn how to communicate effectively it will stick with you.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Sehr gradlinig und einfühlsam, 18. August 2013
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Why Marriages Succeed or Fail (Taschenbuch)
Ich bin überzeugt, würde dieses Buch als Schulbuch für Heranwachsende genutzt, würde die durchschnittliche Scheidungsrate von über 50% auf weniger als 20% sinken...unabhängig von Rasse, Religion, finanzieller Status,...
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This book cleared up many unanswered questions for me!!, 2. Juli 1999
Von Ein Kunde
This book has given me the knowledge of how to deal with problems in my future marriage and to prevent things from going bad. Before I read this book I didn't understand why my finance acted the way he did at times, now I do and understand.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen First scientific self help book I've ever read., 12. Juni 1998
Von Ein Kunde
The author is using real science to analyze relationships moving the wacky field of psychology (almost) into one of true science. I found it enormously refreshing. It's not just a bunch of touchy-feely gibberish like most relationship books.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Only scientific psychology book I've ever seen, 31. Dezember 1998
Von Ein Kunde
This book saved my marriage, quite probably. We both wanted to do so, but it allowed us to see the path we were on and take corrective action.
It's so easy to get into a bad pattern.
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