Doing everything they know how, good people sometimes can't stay together
For the better of three decades, the media has tackled the problem of failing relationships and how they can be saved. The great self-help giants—John Gottman, Harville Hendricks, David Scharch, and M. Scott Peck—opened the doors and many other wonderful writers have followed. Separately and together, they have offered profound advice on how to choose the right partner, build a great relationship, and fix it when it’s faltering. Their message is heartfelt and well-intended: every relationship, given the right direction and hard enough work, should somehow succeed.