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Write 3 page essay on the topic Book Review On A Fine Romance By Judith Sills.Download file "Book Review On A Fine Romance By Judith Sills" to see previous pages... Dr. Sills wrote this book in 1987,
Write 3 page essay on the topic Book Review On A Fine Romance By Judith Sills.Download file "Book Review On A Fine Romance By Judith Sills" to see previous pages...
Dr. Sills wrote this book in 1987, and its complete title is A Fine Romance: The Passage of Courtship from Meeting to Marriage. In it she has used all her hard-earned 16 years of experience, and its title is a quintessence of its contents. In other words, A Fine Romance explains how becoming a couple is a matter of gradual unfolding of events in a succession of some predictable and some unpredictable stages and offers a clear and useful map to this process.
Unlike some other psychology books which pick up a topic and aimlessly keep plowing through it throughout the remainder of the book, often making sweeping and mostly perplexing generalizations - without any sense what so ever, A Fine Romance is not only comprehensible and intelligible in its meanings and direction, but the plan it maps is easy to relate to, and with a little foresight - it is actually achievable. In other words Dr. Sills has beautifully identified and described the step-
Best of all, Dr Sills has clearly and satisfyingly defined the meaning of love and relationships, but most importantly (for the readers). she also identifies the bottlenecks any relationship can face. She explains when a couple needs space and time to make sense of the scenario. She identifies, what she adequately calls the 'stuck points' in a path leading towards a successful relationship. the common and expected as well as some of the unexpected happenings that can put even thriving couples in a morass. That is exactly what makes it such a compelling must-read for anyone contemplating to find true love - it explains all the things they cannot understand along the way. She explains all the times when a call is misunderstood, or something meant to be for simple conversation misconstrued as something serious, and thus leading to a mix-up. Thus its readers get a clearer understanding of all the choices they would otherwise have been stumped by. a clearer perspective of what to do and what not to do when pursuing a relationship.
Dr. Sills' writing style is pure perfection - a mixture of common sense and reassurance. Her insights are impressively eerie. It's like she was with you all the time. in the bedroom, in the car, the restaurant. She is with you when you are agonizing over something your partner said or did. If you're a woman, Dr. Sills knows what you did wrong when you stalked him after he didn't call you. She knows why your sweet little voicemail message was a put-off. If you're a man, Dr. Sills knows exactly what went wrong when she was trying to have a heart to heart conversation with you, but all you did was snap at her for interrupting your football game.
Apart from this, the five-stage process she has mapped for a successful relationship is easy to relate to.