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The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work

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John Gottman has revolutionized the study of marriage by using rigorous scientific procedures to observe the habits of married couples in unprecedented detail over many years. Here is the culmination of his life’s work: the seven principles that guide couples on the path toward a harmonious and long-lasting relationship.

  • Book Cover Type: Paperback
  • Language(s): Persian (Farsi)
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John M. Gottman

John Mordecai Gottman (born April 26, 1942) is an American psychologist, professor emeritus of psychology at the University of Washington, who has worked over four decades on divorce prediction and marital stability. He is known for his work on marital stability and relationship analysis through scientific direct observations, many of which were published in peer-reviewed literature. The lessons derived from this work represent a partial basis for the relationship counseling movement that aims to improve relationship functioning and the avoidance of those behaviors shown by Gottman and other researchers to harm human relationships. His work has also had a major impact on the development of important concepts on social sequence analysis. He and his wife, psychologist Julie Schwartz Gottman, co-founded and lead a relationship company and therapist training entity called The Gottman Institute. They have also co-founded Affective Software Inc., a program designed to make marriage and relationship counseling methods and resources available to a larger audience.

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Handling time7 Days
Book Cover TypePaperback
ISBN9789644183348
Suitable forAdults
Language(s)Persian (Farsi)
Pages292
Weight345 Gram
AuthorJohn M. Gottman and Nan Silver
Persian Titleکتاب هفت اصل اخلاقی برای موفقیت در ازدواج اثر جان گاتمن و نان سیلور
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