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Do we choose to create what we need, or complain about its absence? In long-term intimate relationships, it all comes down to a choice: Drive or Bitch.
Rabbi Doctor Sheldon Wayne Moss has guided thousands of couples into more satisfying, long-term relationships. As a research psychologist, he has demonstrated that using humor to bond is a relationship skill that can be easily learned.
He says, “Couples argue in the car about each other’s driving. At one point, I turned to Barbara, my wife, and made an offer, ‘Do you want to drive or do you want to bitch about my driving?’
It spiked a hearty laugh and got us thinking. We road test this proactive choice throughout Barbara’s serious battle with Stage 4 Mantle Cell Lymphoma Cancer. I take the readers into a ground-shifting seminar of many couples describing how they stopped complaining, and nourished their bonding instead.”
Keywords:-Marriage, Relationships, Bonding, Divorce, Love, Drive, Bitch.