Item description for Attitudes of Gratitude in Love: Creating More Joy in Your Relationship (Attitudes of gratitude series) by M. J. Ryan & Daphne Rose Kingma...
Overview The author of Attitudes of Gratitude offers an earthy, breezy guide to finding the best aspects of a relationship as it celebrates all the wonders of love and offers practical advice on simple things that can improve a relationship. Original. 30,000 first printing.
Publishers Description In her characteristically down-to-earth style, M. J. Ryan helps readers find greater happiness in their relationships and recall why they fell in love in the first place through the practice of gratitude. Focusing on what's right rather than on what's wrong, the book is divided into two sections: the attitudes of gratitude that bring more joy, peace, and love into ones life, and the simple actions that can improve any relationship. Chapters include Look at the Lessons Love Is Teaching You, Dont Take for Granted What Youve Got, and Practicing Gratitude Is Not About Being a Doormat.
Citations And Professional Reviews Attitudes of Gratitude in Love: Creating More Joy in Your Relationship (Attitudes of gratitude series) by M. J. Ryan & Daphne Rose Kingma has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Library Journal - 08/12/2002
PW Notes and Reprints - 06/17/2002 page 56
Library Journal - 08/01/2002 page 123
Publishers Weekly - 06/17/2002
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Studio: Conari Pr
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.74" Width: 5.56" Height: 0.61" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Aug 31, 2002
Publisher Conari Press
ISBN 1573247650 ISBN13 9781573247658 UPC 654241007658
Availability 0 units.
More About M. J. Ryan & Daphne Rose Kingma
M. J. RYAN is one of the creators of the Random Acts of Kindness series, which has sold more than one million copies, and the author of The Power of Patience, The Happiness Makeover, and many other titles. She founded Conari Press and is currently an executive coach and a popular speaker. She is a contributing editor at Good Housekeeping and a regular contributor to Health magazine. She lives in Walnut Creek, California. Sign up for M.J. s I Will Power daily e-mails at www.mj-ryan.com.
M. J. Ryan currently resides in the state of California. M. J. Ryan was born in 1952.
Reviews - What do customers think about Attitudes of Gratitude in Love: Creating More Joy in Your Relationship (Attitudes of gratitude series)?
Helpful, down-to-earth reminders to be grateful in relationships Aug 17, 2008
Each of the short chapters in this helpful book focus on a particular common aspect of living with a significant other. With humor and accuracy, Ryan depicts familiar situations and negative reactions that arise in every day life. She then offers insights regarding how we can place the situation in a new perspective, one of gratitude, that is uplifting for ourselves as well as for our relationship. The book offers the "nuts and bolts" of how to be grateful in a long term relationship. Her writing makes me chuckle as I recognize myself!
Brilliant Jan 9, 2007
This book is really great, whenever you find yourself getting frustated, or depressed or just fed up, it is a real pick-me-up, literally. It is a book you can read over and over again to feel calm and content in your everyday life. Brings you back down to earth and really makes you just appreciate the small things. I love it :-) Thanks Mary !
Love is the way we walk in gratitude Feb 20, 2003
Don't be duped by the mind-candy, girly look of this book's cover! Attitudes of Gratitude deserves to be taken seriously by anyone who's serious about the practice of love. It's absolutely impossible to read this book without reflecting on all that you have received from your relationships and from your life experience. This powerful and potent feature makes the book worth buying and reading.
MaryJane Ryan also reminds us that gratitude is a simple and effective tool for quickly undoing the false judgments we hold against self and others. This is because gratitude and resentment are mutually exclusive, and each one cancels the other one out. Because gratitude enables you to swiftly change your mind, it's a kind of magic fairy dust that turns you into the person you most want to be. Gratitude is easy. It's fast. And anyone can do it. Try it for yourself and see. (The Spiritual Reviewer)