* More couples than ever before are seeking relief from couples therapy (American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy) * Author is the Dating Doyenne for iVillage and writes the column Dating After 40 for More magazine * Amatenstein has provided relationship advice for VHI, BBC, Lifetime, Inside Edition, Regis and Kelly, The Early Show, CBS News, and many other programs * Contributors are the most well-kwn marriage counselors in America, including: Dr. Judy Kuriansky, Dr. John Gray, Dr. John Gottman, Dr. Warren Farrell, Dr. Harville Hendrix, Dr. Ruth, and more Combining the best advice from the best counselors across the country-couples on the brink of divorce finally have the answers they need. Bringing this prestigious group of experts together for the first time, Sherry Amatenstein offers readers advice based on counseling sessions with real couples from around the country. By selecting the 101 most-asked questions after polling 50+ table counselors in America, Sherry gets to the heart of the real problems couples are facing today. With questions about everything from sex and money to infidelity and communication, troubled couples will realize they're t alone while absorbing the best advice there is on the market today. Questions include: * I hate his family. What can I do to get out of seeing them so often? * Why does she always overspend? * How do I/do we get over an affair? * How can we stop being so bored? * Why does she treat me like I'm the enemy? The ultimate resource for unhappy couples, The Complete Marriage Counselor features marriage-saving solutions that really work.
Sherry Amatenstein, LMSW, is a staff therapist at Washington Square Institute and Long Island Consultation Center. She also runs relationship seminars around the country and works privately with singles and couples. The author of Love Lessons from Bad Breakups and Q & A Dating Book, Amatenstein also writes for www.ivillage.com and www.more.com. She is frequently called upon to give love advice on national radio and TV programs include The Today Show, The Early Show, CNN, and more. Her website is www.marriedfaq.com.