It is quiet wonderful: each lesson is 2-3 pages long and contains a mini-story about a key principle. Some are obvious (like #30. Expectations set us up for resentment). Others are surprising (like #38. Vacations are necessities, not luxuries & #44. If you think, "You're not the person I married," you're probably right.) Overall, it is fantastic book on how to cultivate a great marriage. And not only do the Blooms' share stories about their patients, but also about their own struggles in their marriage!
A few other books I've found very interesting, but haven't bought yet:
- The Three Laws of Performance: Rewriting the Future of Your Organization and Your Life
- Get the Life You Want: The Secrets to Quick and Lasting Life Change with Neuro-Linguistic Programming
- The Gift of Fear
- Work Hard. Be Nice.: How Two Inspired Teachers Created the Most Promising Schools in America -- this one was recommended by Bill Gates during his inspiring TED talk (if I remember correctly)