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Maximizing Happiness Through Intimate Communication

by Marshall L. Shearer

  • 91 Want to read
  • 21 Currently reading

Published by Xlibris Corporation .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Self-Help & Practical Interests,
  • Personal Growth - Happiness,
  • Interpersonal Relations,
  • Family & Relationships,
  • Psychology,
  • Family/Marriage

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages361
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11719519M
    ISBN 101413439764
    ISBN 109781413439762
    OCLC/WorldCa62875863

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Maximizing Happiness Through Intimate Communication by Marshall L. Shearer Download PDF EPUB FB2

From finding your soulmate through growing old together, Maximizing Mutual Happiness Through Intimate Communication lays out a complete system with everyday examples, simply explaining relationship dynamics like persistent problems, the transformation of hurts, concepts of time, components of anger, addictions, turning work into play, protecting vulnerability, reinforcing trust, sexual communication 5/5(2).

This book teaches how to improve communication in intimate relationships. These include marriages, "significant others," gay partnerships, close friendships, and in the long-run relationships with your children.

Enjoying the greatest rewards of being together requires only that you both respect the other's values, feelings, desires, and needs.5/5(2). From finding your soulmate through growing old together, Maximizing Happiness Through Intimate Communication lays out a complete system with everyday examples, simply explaining relationship dynamics like persistent problems, the transformation of hurts, concepts of time, components of anger, addictions, turning work into play, protecting vulnerability, reinforcing trust, sexual communication.

Retired psychiatrist Marshall L. Shearer, MD, has served as Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan, developer and trainer at the Masters and Johnson Institute, researcher, consultant, and journal author.

He and his wife, Dr. Marguerite R. Shearer, wrote the syndicated “Sex Help” column for 23 years, as well as the popular relationship self-help book Maximizing Happiness Through Intimate Communication.5/5(4).

Vera Levi Considering the length of this book, I wouldn't recommend it. The Feeling Good Handbook is THICK. Now that I'm half-way through, I also recommend buyin more Considering the length of this book, I wouldn't recommend it.

The Feeling Good Handbook is THICK. Now that I'm half-way through, I also recommend buying it because you'll want to refer back to it for weeks after you finish.4/5. Maximizing Happiness In Love With Communication Many relationship struggles stem from the failure to communicate.

We must be open and honest with our partners – and allow them to do the same – to maximize happiness in our intimate relationships.

This book will demonstrate how to work effectively in your relationship. Some skills focused on are: improved communication, coping with problems, and resolving conflicts in healthier ways.

This version of the book teaches the reader acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). In intimate relationships, most people identify number 4 as the ultimate goal of communication.

Yet their body language, tone of voice, facial expressions, and eye contact almost always indicate. Another worldview changer. This book discusses the concept of attachment panic,which explains why you may feel so anxious and off-balance when your partner withdraws or acts is a completely normal response for human beings, and Dr.

Johnson explains how you and your partner can get out of this “dance” of closeness-withdrawal and genuinely connect on a level you did not think.

When communication in relationships is strong, both partners are able to continually come up with new and better ways of contributing to the other’s happiness. 9 KEYS TO PASSION & INTIMACY Discover how to be a better partner and build a stronger bond with Tony Robbin’s 9.

In their book As We Speak, Peter Meyers and Shann Nix present an approach to communication that can be very powerful for creating a positive conversation: The Gift Giving works for delivering presentations as much as it does having a tough talk, or even in a job interview.

The Gift Giving Intention is very simple to activate. • Maintaining intimate relationships As indicated from the list above, the better the communication skills, the more effective and successful people will be.

The good news is that communication skills can be taught. Effective communication skills can be learned and improved through practice. Most people typically learn their communication. Studies have suggested that happiness can be achieved and enhanced through various channels, including sensory awareness, social communication, gratitude practices, and cognitive reformations.

As such, all these factors were clustered together in practical techniques called the positive psychology interventions (Parks and Schueller, ). In every communication situation, there are two elements present: Your partner and the issue you are addressing.

When you communicate effectively, you are able to be soft on your partner and tough on the issue. How to improve communication in your relationships. Communication will either make or break your relationship. When it comes to happiness, teaching our kids to value and foster proximity and connection is a much better bet than a house with a long gravel driveway.

Robert Putnam wrote an interesting book, Bowling Alone, about how we Americans are becoming less and less connected to one another. In his book about the study, Triumphs of Experience, Harvard psychiatrist George Vaillant, study director from towrites: “There are two pillars of happiness. One is love.

One is love. The other is finding a way of coping with life that does not push love away.”. From throughDrs. Marshall L. and Marguerite R. Shearer gave sex lectures, on invitation, to sororities and fraternities and other housing units on the campus of the University of Michigan.

During that period they were booked once a week for entire academic years. These talks continued during as well, but to larger audiences.

media-credit] Paul R. Warner speaks on diffrent aspects of the Pursuit of Happiness Monday morning and afternoon in the Wilkinson Center.

First came the reds, the power motives. Relationships can be tricky things. One minute they can be going great, and the next minute everything seems to be going wrong. One of the best ways to deal with the ups and downs in relationships is to go to couples’ therapy.

Talking through problems (and asking the right questions to better understand each other) is a great way to come to a compromise with your loved one. Let the other person know you are paying close attention through eye contact, body language and occasional brief comments such as, "That sounds fun." When friends share details of hard times or difficult experiences, be empathetic, but don't give advice unless your friends ask for it.

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Below are four major mistakes couples make in interpersonal communication, with references from my my books (click on titles): "How to Communicate Effectively and Handle Difficult People" and "How.He and his wife, Dr.

Marguerite R. Shearer, wrote the syndicated “Sex Help” column for 23 years, as well as the popular relationship self-help book Maximizing Happiness Through Intimate Communication.