"I don't love you anymore." These simple words have the power to send the listener into shock, denial, and desperation. The obvious response is to ask oneself, "What can I do to win my partner back?" In I Don't Love You Anymore, Dr. David Clarke provides just the battle plan needed.
Contrary to what many relationship "experts" recommend-weak, passive plans that involve begging or romancing a spouse back-Clarke offers an approach that he calls guerilla love, which essentially turns the tables on the wandering spouse. He outlines the biblical view of marriage and instructs readers on:
- Drawing healthy boundaries.
- Five things he really means when he says, "I don't love you anymore."
- The most popular "exit lies" and how to see through them.
- Classic symptoms of a person who is having an affair.
|Contributor(s)||David Clarke, Ph.D.|
|About the Contributor(s)|| David Clarke, Ph.D.
David Clarke is a popular speaker and author, as well as a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice. He holds a master's degree in biblical studies from Dallas Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Western Seminary. David and his wife, Sandy, live in Florida with their four children.
|Release Date||Oct 1, 2002|