Электронная книга: Scott Haltzman «The Secrets of Happily Married Men. Eight Ways to Win Your Wife's Heart Forever»

The Secrets of Happily Married Men. Eight Ways to Win Your Wife's Heart Forever

Praise for The Secrets of Happily Married Men«Manly men rest assured: You can hope to become a better husband without having to get in touch with your feminine side. . . . Lively and entertaining, this broad guidebook provides Haltzman's insights illuminated by anecdotes from his online discussion forum for married men.» —Psychology Today «Haltzman . . . launches his eight strategies with remarkable vigor. More important, they are extraordinarily well fleshed out and convincingly supported with useful'to do'lists and a multitude of examples. They will no doubt prove helpful to many men struggling to build a happy marriage.» —Publisher's Weekly«Scott Haltzman, a psychiatrist and Brown University professor, has been studying marriages good and bad for a long time. . . . View marriage as your most important task, Haltzman urges men, and pursue success as you would anything else that matters.» —Washington Post «Men are good at fixing problems, not talking about them, so Haltzman advises playing to your strength. The genius of this book is that it . . . asks politically incorrect questions about men and women at home—the neglected front in the gender wars.» —New York Times «The insights in this book reveal a new and effectiveway for men and women to understand and appreciate each other. It shows what it really takes to create a loving and lasting relationship.» —John Gray, author, Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus Marriage and relationships are in crisis. The breakup and divorce rate remain incredibly high, despite all the couples therapy, afternoon talk shows, and other books in the marketplace, many of which describe men as abusive commitment phobic creeps who'd better change fast or else. But this new book is totally different, a whole different way of looking at how to build a successful long-lasting relationship from a man's point of view, men who are happy in their partnerships, who have figured out what works for them in accomplishing the goal of a loving, intimate, lifetime commitment. Dr. Scott Haltzman, Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at Brown University, and founder of www.secretsofmarriedmen.com, has devised a proven method for improving relationships, based on a man's special and unique skills, strengths, powers—as a responsible and motivated worker, manager, leader, problem-solver, partner, husband, and father. Men are different, Dr. Haltzman says. They don't approach relationships with the same skills and techniques that women do—and viva la difference. Dr.Haltzman therefore lays out eight ways, tasks, proven techniques which men have revealed in confidential correspondence to his highly successful website, including The First Way: Make Your Marriage Your Job, The Second Way: Know Your Wife, The Third Way: Be Home Now, The Fourth Way: Expect Conflict and Deal With It, The Fifth Way: Learn to Listen, The Sixth Way: Aim to Please, The Seventh Way: Understand the Truth About Sex, The Eighth Way: Introduce Yourself, and finally, Celebrate Your Love. Within each of these steps, he provides both specific analysis, guidelines and techniques based on male biology, neuro-science, brain differences, unique developmental stages from youth to seniority. To illustrate these ideas in action, he's included wonderful true stories, anecdotes, and confessions from the website. The result is a practical, very entertaining, totally original way to build successful relationships for men and their partners, girlfriends, and wives. For a lasting commitment, a continuing guide to solving inevitable problems and bumps in the road, for more fun, better sex, genuine intimacy, and a life-long partnership—this dynamic new author shows t

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Scott Haltzman

Dr. Scott David Haltzman (born in 1960 in Allentown, Pennsylvania) is an American psychiatrist, relationship counselor and author. He is known for his work in support of marriage and husbands.

Haltzman’s interest in the nature of the married relationship grows from observations made over years of his providing individual and couple’s therapy. His research focuses on seeking out data to better help understand the relationship patterns of husbands and wives, and the techniques individuals use to advance the institution of marriage.

Early life

Haltzman is the son of Jay Haltzman, the President of the Paint-n-Paper stores in Allentown, Pennsylvania, and the late Delores ("Dolly") Haltzman, the former President and Artistic Director of the Repertory Dance Theater and the Dolly Haltzman School of Dance in Allentown. He has two brothers (Mark, a trial attorney, [http://www.lammrubenstone.com/attorneyprofiles/haltzman.html] and Jonathan) and a sister (Jennifer, the current President of the Repertory Dance Theater and Dolly Haltzman School of Dance).

Education

Haltzman graduated from Emmaus High School in Emmaus, Pennsylvania and received his Bachelor's Degree from Brown University in 1982. He received his M.D. degree from Brown Medical School in 1985. He completed his chief residency and was a Fellow in Psychiatry at the Yale-New Haven Hospital.

Haltzman is board certified in psychiatry and is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. [http://www.secretsofmarriedmen.com/aboutbook.html]

Practice

Haltzman is the Medical Director of Northern Rhode Island Community Services in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. He also has an active private practice, with a focus on marriage counseling for individuals and couples. In addition, he is a presenter at the annual Smart Marriages Conference.

Author

Haltzman is the author of "The Secrets of Happily Married Men: Eight Ways to Win Your Wife's Heart Forever," John Wiley & Sons, 2006. [http://www.secretsofmarriedmen.com/aboutbook.html]

The book is a marriage guide for men. In it he emphases the biological differences between men and women, arguing that traditional approaches to relationship counseling can devalue men and ignore immutable male qualities. Evolutionary biology, along with explanations of the limbic system governing emotions, provide the foundation for Haltzman's argument that much psychological dogma is possibly wrong, buoying married men by suggesting that it might be healthy "to keep your feelings to yourself," or that getting in touch with feelings is not a panacea for a better marriage.

Then Haltzman launches his eight strategies. The strategies are commonsensical — make marriage your job, learn to listen, know your wife, aim to please.

"Publishers Weekly" reviewed the book and wrote that the suggestions "will no doubt prove helpful to many men struggling to build a happy marriage." "Psychology Today" wrote: "Lively and entertaining, this broad guidebook provides Haltzman's insights." And "Library Journal" commented: "Haltzman writes guy to guy, with anecdotes and humor. While it may be a challenge to get men to check out this book, it is highly recommended for all libraries." [http://www.secretsofmarriedmen.com/aboutbook.html]

On Valentine's Day 2006, columnist John Tierney wrote a "New York Times" editorial echoing advice from Haltzman's book. After Tierney's editorial, "The Secrets of Happily Married Men" rose to Amazon.com's list of top 100 sellers in books. [http://www.browndailyherald.com/media/paper472/news/2006/02/27/Features/Med-School.Prof.Speaks.Out.On.Relationships-1638930.shtml?norewrite200606301030&sourcedomain=www.browndailyherald.com]

The book was also chosen by "Time Magazine" as one of the "Six Books for a Better You in 2006." [http://72.14.209.104/search?q=cache:X9I5s863q48J:www.majon.com/advanced/pressreleases/haltzman2.html+scott+haltzman&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=31&gl=us] [http://www.time.com/time/arts/article/0,8599,1144330,00.html]

Haltzman also has founded the website: www.secretsofmarriedmen.com.

He has also published a number of scientific articles and book chapters related to psychiatry.

Media appearances

Haltzman has appeared on the "Today Show", "Good Morning America", "20/20", and "Tucker".

He has been cited in "Time magazine", "Cosmopolitan", "Glamour", "Psychology Today", "The New York Times", "The Washington Post", "Woman's World", "Chicago Tribune", "Boston Herald", and local and national print, radio, and television media. [http://72.14.209.104/search?q=cache:X9I5s863q48J:www.majon.com/advanced/pressreleases/haltzman2.html+scott+haltzman&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=31&gl=us]

Personal

*Haltzman married Susan (nee Reynolds Hayum) Haltzman in 1988, and they and their children reside in Barrington, Rhode Island.

External links

* [http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=940DE6DA1538F933A15750C0A96E948260 "Susan Reynolds Hayum Weds Dr. Scott Haltzman] ," "The New York Times", March 30, 1988.
* [http://www.365reasons.com/about.htm "Dr. Scott's 365 Reasons to Stay Married"] , 365reasons.com.
* [http://www.familyministries.org/FirstYearsForever/Vol.04/Iss.05.htm "How to win your wife’s heart forever"] , by Scott Haltzman, FamilyMinistries.org, January 2005.
* [http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/01/23/AR2006012301274.html "Making Marriage (Like) Work; An Author Says Men Can Succeed by Treating It Like a Job,] " "The Washington Post", January 24, 2006.
* [http://www.browndailyherald.com/media/paper472/news/2006/02/27/Features/Med-School.Prof.Speaks.Out.On.Relationships-1638930.shtml?norewrite200606301030&sourcedomain=www.browndailyherald.com "Med School prof speaks out on relationships; Book by Scott Haltzman '82 MD '85 garners media attention"] , "The Brown Daily Herald", February 2, 2006.

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