John gives an overview of the book:
Relationships have two faces: a private one and a public one. It is
not uncommon for those faces to be different and even divisive, but it is
unfortunate. The bigger the gap between the two faces, the bigger the risks
to the long-term sustainability of the relationship. While there are certain
aspects of any live-in relationship that are best kept private, it is critical that
both the internal and external faces of the relationship be based on a
common vision and objectives that collectively identify the relationship
John Curtis, PH.D. is a researcher, organizational development consultant, business trainer, and author. Prior to that, John was a full-time marriage and family counselor and was a clinical member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. He holds a PH.D. in Human Resource Development from Barry University in Miami, FL. John is married with two children and two grandchildren. Visit Dr. Curtis at http://www.wecohabitate.com/
My most exciting announcement is that despite the controversial topic, I just released my 2nd book, "Happily Un-married: Living Together & Loving It!
Since millions of couples now live together and cohabitation is becoming widely accepted and popular...