Our daily lives are full of relationships that directly affect who we are, what we do, how we act and how we react to situations. We all know that difficult relationships can have extremely negative effects on our self esteem and how we feel about ourselves. However, many people don’t realise how much of an impact how we feel about ourselves have on the relationships we are surrounded by. Whether its constant bickering with our romantic partner, perhaps a husband or wife that doesn’t appreciate you, sulky teenage kids that don’t listen to a word you say… Maybe you have a belligerent boss, or even worse, a CREEPY one!
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Relationship Rescue &
A book by Hanna Kok
Happy Ever After
In the West fewer and fewer married couples are able to keep their marriage from ending in divorce. What has changed so much in the last few decades to result in divorce becoming such a big problem?
According to Hanna Kok, a marriage is based on two main elements, love and growth. In Happy Ever After it is argued that there is a lot of focus put on love, but not nearly enough attention given to the concept of growth. When growth is lacking the relationship becomes boring and it feels like “something” is missing. Written in easy-to-read language and organised in practical sections, Kok shows the reader not only how to make their romantic relationships last, but also how to get the most out of your relationships colleagues, children and friends.
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