When Your Relationship Changes


Non-Fiction - Womens
174 Pages
Reviewed on 07/01/2016
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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite

When Your Relationship Changes by Kathryn Foster, Ph.D. gives a wealth of information about why some marriages fail, and ways to overcome it. As you begin to read through When Your Relationship Changes, it reads as if you were the therapist speaking to your clients. Kathryn introduces the material with A Brief Summary of The Naked Truth About Men (And Romance)..... that puts me in mind of Men Are From Mars and Women Are From Venus. Kathryn states how men's testosterone and women's oxytocin dictate their emotions. Most men are systemizers (limited, orderly, and see a person for what they can do), while most women are empathizers (caretakers, sensitive, and try to avoid hurting anyone). With these emotional values that men and women possess, it is no wonder why some marriages fail.

“Your body may tell you it’s time to leave. Our bodies speak to us because they’re connected to our right brain and thus to our feeling selves,” says Kathryn. For me, these words speak volumes and bring me into the reality of relationships and why they do change. When Your Relationship Changes by Kathryn Foster, Ph.D. answers questions such as if marriage should be full of wedded bliss, then why doesn't it last forever? When you are in the dating phase, are you dealing with the real person or their representative? Do opposites really attract and is it the recipe for a good marriage? One thing to take away from reading When Your Relationship Changes by Kathryn Foster, Ph.D. is that it's not your fault and could be a blessing in disguise.