Date Published: February 14, 2020
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing; ebook distributed by Simon & Schuster
Married for 33 years, David, a divorce lawyer, and Julie, a family therapist, have both been witness to families struggling with life’s most difficult challenges. At the same time, they have weathered their own challenges at home: raising four daughters, two biological and two adopted, and dealing with one child’s mental health and behavioral issues. What they’ve learned about saving a marriage or knowing when to call it quits, when to turn to professionals or when to try tough love, could fill a book—and it does.
“In compiling this book, we did not spend hours researching, studying, or constructing and analyzing a ‘love lab’ as John Gottman did in his The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work. Our lab is our work. Our lab is our experience; it is late night phone calls, emails, texts and working with clients in our offices or coffee shops. Our lab is our home, the challenges we have faced as a couple, as lovers, as friends and as parents. Through our conversations that have stretched over years, our lab brings out the good, exposes the bad and lays bare the ugly.”
About the Authors
DAVID AND JULIE have been married for 33 years. They have four daughters, two of whom are biological and two adopted, and three grandchildren. They divide their time between suburban Washington, D.C. and Bethany Beach, Delaware. Learn more about David and Julie at www.thebulitts.com.
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