FEAR OF COMMITMENT IS COMMON. LEARN HOW TO USE YOUR ANXIETY TO BUILD A LOVING AND MEANINGFUL RELATIONSHIP.

 
 

 
 
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I loved this book! I will definitely recommend this book to anyone, single or coupled, who is struggling with relationships
— Dr. Laurie Betito, Sex and Relationship Therapist
 
 
 
 
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In a book world loaded with relationship advice, Learning to Commit stands out... nearly every page offers useful information for developing good relationships.
— Ronald W. Richardson, author of Family Ties That Bind
 
 
 
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This book is such a clear and easily understood manual on how to find and keep a relationship with oneself and with others. I cannot wait to teach from it, and to give it as a gift. Avrum’s ‘voice’ is wonderful.
— Adrienne Gold, educator and former tv personality
 
 
 
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... an accessible and useful book about relationships-how to get them, how to keep them and how to improve them.
— Lorna Hecht, MFT Individual, Couples and Family Counseling
 
 
 
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… much more than a self-help book… Learning to Commit will leave the reader in a much better position to acquire the evaluative skills needed to achieve an emotionally satisfying coupledom.
— Hanna McDonough, psychotherapist
 
 

BUILD A MARRIAGE FAR BETTER THAN THE ONES YOU'VE SEEN

 
 
 
 

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

 

 
 
 
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Avrum Nadigel has been a therapist in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver for more than 15 years. His approach combines family systems, psychodynamics and mindfulness perspectives. He has a Masters of Social Work from McGill University, a Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) from Concordia University, and post-graduate training in Bowen Theory from The Western Pennsylvania Family Center.

 
 

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