I really enjoyed this book because it talks about the change every man and women go though after they say, “I Do”. How these changes bring on challenges in you relationship with your partner. The birth of your first child is hard and changes you into a new person although, these changes make you look at your relationship differently. I know after my first child I had to change my plans for my life. My whole life became about my child! What that child needed was more important then anything I wanted before. When I first got married the illusion I had in my mind was not my marriage at all. I began to felt so much resentment for my partner, who worked full time and left me at home to care for the child. Here are my favorite parts of the book below!
From the Book:
” This book deals with the change women go through after marriage, especially after the birth of the first child, and the part men and society take in this process. It does not deal with extreme situations of women mentally or physically abusing their husbands, but rather common situations of women being tyrannical, aggressive and angry. Naturally there are women, as well as men, who deviate from these patterns. Nevertheless, in my experience as a couple’s therapist, too many couples have a relationship that echoes the relation- ship between Xanthippe and Socrates. Though the definition of the family today is broader and includes a wider range of possibilities (single-parent families, same-sex families, common-law couples, joint unmarried parenting, etc.), this book addresses heterosexual couples and the families established by these couples.”
Information from the Arthur:
If you are in a relationship, before or during marriage, The Xanthippe Factor is a book you will want to read
The Xanthippe Factor deals with the relationship between men and women in marriage. It examines what happens to love in the various stages of the relationship, why so many men and women are unhappy with their marriages, and what can be done to make long lasting and loving relations that fit the world in which we live.
The Xanthippe Factor argues that marriage has remained largely unchanged since the time of the famous Greek philosopher Socrates and his wife Xanthippe without adapting to the modern complexities of life in general and marriage in particular.
Acquire important insights and tools for improving your relationship!
The book confronts the reader with basic questions about the relationships between men and women in marriage: i.e., role division, parenting, sex, and disagreements – and provides insights, solutions, and tools about how couples can overcome marriage pitfalls and improve their relationships.
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