You, Me and Us

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Designed to be practical and accessible, the book uses the cognitive behaviour therapy approach to help readers take a long look at their relationship.

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Weight 0.16 kg
Dimensions 14.8 × 0.5 × 21 cm
Format

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SKU
YMU0001
Categories
Low Mood and Stress
ISBN
978-1-906564-53-7
Page Count
64

Has the passion has gone from your relationship? Are you feeling bored, or unappreciated? Have you fallen for someone else? Or has that situation arisen for your partner? What about children, mortgage and other practical issues?

Designed to be practical and accessible, the book uses the cognitive behaviour therapy approach to help readers take a long look at their relationship. It aims to help you decide whether to work on changing things, or to choose to get out.

Covering the full complexity of these difficult decisions, readers will be able to consider whether they want to leave just for today, or forever.

Jointly written with a qualified relationship counsellor, this book is aimed at anyone who is struggling in their relationship.

Using the same award-winning style used in other books in the Living Life to the Full series, this book is designed to help at a time of high emotion and distress.

Published by Five Areas
ISBN: 978-1-906564-53-7 (64 pages, 29 colour illustrations)

Click to view on Apple books.

Click here to get the linked book worksheets.

Written by award winning author Professor Chris Williams, Emeritus Professor of Psychosocial Psychiatry at the University of Glasgow and President of the lead organisation for CBT in the UK (BABCP), Living Life to the Full (LLTTF) has helped many hundreds of thousands of people across the UK, as well as in large programmes in the EU, North America and Asia. He is also a Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and Honorary Fellow of BABCP.

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Has the passion has gone from your relationship? Are you feeling bored, or unappreciated? Have you fallen for someone else? Or has that situation arisen for your partner? What about children, mortgage and other practical issues?

Designed to be practical and accessible, the book uses the cognitive behaviour therapy approach to help readers take a long look at their relationship. It aims to help you decide whether to work on changing things, or to choose to get out.

Covering the full complexity of these difficult decisions, readers will be able to consider whether they want to leave just for today, or forever.

Jointly written with a qualified relationship counsellor, this book is aimed at anyone who is struggling in their relationship.

Using the same award-winning style used in other books in the Living Life to the Full series, this book is designed to help at a time of high emotion and distress.

Published by Five Areas
ISBN: 978-1-906564-53-7 (64 pages, 29 colour illustrations)

Click to view on Apple books.

Click here to get the linked book worksheets.

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About the Author

Written by award winning author Professor Chris Williams, Emeritus Professor of Psychosocial Psychiatry at the University of Glasgow and President of the lead organisation for CBT in the UK (BABCP), Living Life to the Full (LLTTF) has helped many hundreds of thousands of people across the UK, as well as in large programmes in the EU, North America and Asia. He is also a Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and Honorary Fellow of BABCP.

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