Starting today I'm going to begin blogging on my new book which has just been posted in Kindle. Actually, the book is a complete rewrite of a book I did 15 years ago. Contained in this book are the questions I hear over and over again from couples who come to my office for counseling. They come for help because their relationships have become distorted and confused, their lives are in pain, and their marriages are in trouble. So we meet together behind the doors of my office, we shut out the world, we talk, and we listen to one another. In the secure privacy of the counselor's office, a man and a woman face each other, they voice their pain, they ask their questions. These questions that continually recur in my counseling practice are questions about unspoken expectations, unexpressed needs, guilt and forgiveness, intimacy and sex, communication and conflict, in-laws, resentments, old issues that keep resurfacing, decision-making, children, step-children, and personality differences. Often, one partner will share these questions and feelings, and the other partner will look up in surprise and say, "I never knew you felt that way!" And real communication begins — sometimes for the first time in years. This book will explore each of these questions, and lay out clear, simple methods to address these issues.