In Good Times and Bad (Hardcover)

Strengthening Your Relationship When the Going Gets Tough and the Money Gets Tight

By M. Gary Neuman, Melisa Neuman

Wiley, 9780470538036, 260pp.

Publication Date: October 1, 2009

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How to maintain a strong marriage no matter what comes your way

Now more than ever, couples are facing tough times that can impact on even the strongest of marriages. In In Good Times and Bad, family counselor and relationships expert M. Gary Neuman and his wife, Melisa, take a look at one of the biggest issues couples face, money management, and give you the tools you need to deal with whatever financial challenges come your way. The Neumans explain why it's so important to talk about money in your marriage and offer strategies on how to discuss this often avoided topic. No matter what your age or how long you've been together, In Good Times and Bad will teach you how to come together when it matters most.

  • Learn what money means to you and how to strengthen your marriage even during challenging times
  • Includes strategies for dealing with other tough times such as grieving or serious illness
  • From the author of the New York Times bestseller The Truth about Cheating

In Good Times and Bad is the tool you need to ensure your relationship remains strong through all of life's ups and downs.

About the Author

M. Gary Neuman is a licensed psychotherapist and rabbi and the author of the acclaimed "New York Times" bestseller "The Truth about Cheating." He is a frequent guest on "Oprah" and has made many appearances on "Today," "Good Morning America," "Dateline," "The View," "The Early Show," "Talk of the Nation" on NPR, "NBC Nightly News," and "CBS Evening News Weekend Edition." He and his work have also been featured in "People," "Time," "O: The Oprah Magazine," "Marie Claire," "Redbook," "Parents," "Parenting," the "Washington Post," "Newsweek."com, the "Chicago Tribune," and the "Miami Herald." He is the creator of the "Marriage Turnaround Intensive," an all-day counseling program for couples, and maintains a private practice in Miami Beach, Florida. He is also the author of "Emotional Infidelity," "Helping Your Kids Cope with Divorce the Sandcastles Way," and "How to Make a Miracle."Melisa Neuman has written for newspapers and the international column "Dollars and Sense."

Gary and Melisa live in Miami Beach with their five children.