Mending A Broken Relationship

December 20, 2010 Holly Gray

stosnyIf you're like me, identifying all the ways your partner contributes to your relationship problems is easy to do. Pointing fingers isn't difficult when they're aimed at someone else. But Dr. Steven Stosny says mending a broken relationship requires compassion, not blame.

Steven Stosny, Ph.D., is the founder of CompassionPower and the author of Love without Hurt. Dr. Stosny joined us on the HealthyPlace Mental Health Radio Show to discuss relationship problems and what it takes to turn a failing marriage around.

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Gray, H. (2010, December 20). Mending A Broken Relationship, HealthyPlace. Retrieved on 2024, June 16 from

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