Love Is Never Enough (Paperback)

How Couples Can Overcome Misunderstandings, Resolve Conflicts, and Solve

By Aaron T. Beck

Harper Perennial, 9780060916046, 432pp.

Publication Date: October 18, 1989

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Description

With eloquence and accessibility, Dr. Aaron T. Beck analyzes the actual dialogue of troubled couples to illuminate the most common problems in marriage--the power of negative thinking, disillusionment, rigid rules and expectations, and miscommunication.



About the Author

Aaron T. Beck, M.D., widely known as the father of cognitive therapy, is currently University Professor Emeritus at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and president of the Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Research. He graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Brown University, and went on to attend Yale Medical School. He has received at least 18 major professional awards from associations such as the National Institute of Mental Health, the American Psychiatric Association, the American Psychological Association, and the American Psychopathological Association.


Praise For Love Is Never Enough: How Couples Can Overcome Misunderstandings, Resolve Conflicts, and Solve

“Beck is the anointed father of cognitive therapy . . . In Love Is Never Enough, [he] goes back to the well of distorted thoughts and says they’re also the source of most relationship problems.”
— Philadelphia Magazine

“It’s practical. It’s wise. It’s down to earth. It should help many marriages.”
— Dr. Helen Singer Kaplan

“Overflowing with insights, advice and exercises which add up to the solutions that may save a failing marriage or make a good relationship better.”
— Dennis Wholey, author of The Courage to Change

“When the complete history of medern psychiatry is written, I believe Aaron T. Beck’s name will take it’s place alongside the great pioneers: Freud, Kraepelin, Bleuler, and Jung. All helped to move psychological suffering from the darkness into the penumbra.”
— Martin E. P. Seligman, Ph.D.

“Overflowing with insights, advice and exercises which add up to the solutions that may save a failing marriage or make a good relationship better.”
— Dennis Wholey