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The Revolutionary Art of Changing Your Heart: The essential guide to recharging your relationship

Andrew Fuller

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Hachette Australia
01 June 2019
Health & Self-Help; Dating, relationships, living together & marriage
Are you stuck in a relationship rut? Do you feel like you're at the end of your tether with your significant other? Perhaps you're looking for love and you don't know how to attract it. Clinical psychologist Andrew Fuller is here to show you how the revolutionary art of changing your heart can also change your life for the better.

Using the CPR model developed by Andrew Fuller, you can learn the importance of being Connected, Protected and Respected. In a love relationship each partner should feel these things - yet it can be difficult to sustain amidst a busy life in a busy world.

Andrew explains and teaches all you need to know to change your heart. Includes:

understanding attraction knowing how relationships work the five values that underpin all successful relationships who not to fall in love with being the lover your partner wants to be with helping your partner become the lover you love to be with.

The Revolutionary Art of Changing Your Heart provides an accessible set of tools for people concerned about their relationship as well as for those wanting to create a more positive relationship.
By:   Andrew Fuller
Imprint:   Hachette Australia
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 233mm,  Width: 150mm,  Spine: 19mm
Weight:   330g
ISBN:   9780733642166
ISBN 10:   0733642160
Pages:   256
Publication Date:   01 June 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Andrew Fuller has recently been described as an 'interesting mixture of Billy Connolly, Tim Winton and Frasier Crane' and as someone who 'puts the heart back into psychology'. As a clinical psychologist, Andrew works with many schools and communities in Australia and internationally, specialising in the wellbeing of young people and their families. He is a Fellow of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Melbourne.

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