Willing to Love: Stories of the Couple's Journey as a Path of Transformation

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Most books by therapists are about their clients. This book is a collection of essays written by therapists about their own marriages. Using the perspective of Psychosynthesis, it includes the spiritual dimension of intimate relationships. Informative, stretching, and inspiring. We recommend it to all couples as a mirror of their own relationships and as a guide to their deepening.

- Harville Hendrix, PhD and Helen LaKelly Hunt, PhD co-founders of Imago Relationship Therapy and co-authors of Getting the Love You Want: A Guide for Couples.

Being invited into the lives of diverse couples, as they reflect on their journeys together, is a rare privilege. As their stories unfold, they offer the reader their deep learnings on love, commitment, conflict, loss and Self. We learn so much as we read, not through "taught" lessons, but through lived experience. Thank you for this gift.

- Dorothy Firman, EdD is the founder of the Synthesis Center, author of many books and editor of The Call of Self: Psychosynthesis Life Coaching.

This book is a big heartful of love. It is a collection of intimate travelogues of love's learning journey, each couple on a different path, all using the wisdom of Psychosynthesis as a map and their soul's knowing as a compass, and all with the same destination- a committed, authentic, expansive, renewable, truly mutual, and soulsuffused love.

- Rich and Antra Borofsky, co-directors of the Center for the Study of Relationship, Cambridge, MA

Tender...vulnerable...courageous. Here are intimate revelations that show us the depth of what it means to be a couple. I was inspired by the diverse journeys the individuals in these relationships have traveled. Perhaps most poignant is how each became a "beloved witness" for the other.

- Ann Gila, author of Stay Present and Love Him, and co-author of A Psychotherapy of Love.