Gay Hendricks, Ph.D.
How often have we, in one single instant, taken a step backwards in a relationship simply by saying the wrong thing? Or how often have you felt that you missed a huge opportunity for connecting with someone, simply because you didn’t know what to do or say? There are dozens of moments in life when we unintentionally make a bad first impression, distance ourselves from someone we care about, or even betray someone we love with painful words. Now, there is a new solution: Ten-Second Miracles that take your love-life into a new dimension.
Here are some of the Ten-Second techniques covered in The Ten-Second Miracle:
- How to keep passion alive in long-term relationships
- How to keep the past from intruding on the present
- The Ten-Second technique for stopping blame and criticism
- How to start a relationship off right…in the first ten seconds
- How to get a solid commitment from someone you love
- Much, much more…
Best selling author Gay Hendricks, Ph.D. shows us that we have the power to turn these negative moments into Ten-Second Miracles that will transform and enrich our relationships. He provides us with the tools we need to take charge of the pivotal moments that can produce dynamic changes in our relationships and shows us how to create interactions that will lead to increased intimacy.
Click HERE to read the Introduction to the book.
The Ten-Second Miracle prepares us so that we will never be caught off guard again, consequently allowing us to take positive control over our relationships.
“Gay Hendricks has been enormously effective in my understanding of human emotion and intimacy.”
John Bradshaw, author of Homecoming and Healing the Shame that Binds You
“Straight from the heart and powerfully simple.”
Jack Canfield, co-author Chicken Soup for the Soul
I just wanted to let you know that I picked up a first-edition copy of ‘Ten-Second Miracle’ many years ago and found it one of the most extraordinarily helpful books on relationships I’ve ever read (and I’ve read, at least a thousand-and no, this is not an exaggeration, I’ve worked in public libraries for over 20 years so have had access to many, many high-quality books on this topic and read them through). This is one book that I have wanted to lend to others so many times but love it so much, I’ve kept it for myself for fear of losing it (not a good attitude, I know).
I am so happy that you are republishing this book. The insights remain just as valid (and even leading-edge, in some ways) as they did back in 2003 and I’ll look forward to getting an updated copy, then perhaps I’ll be less reluctant to lend out my old one ‘-)