Author(s): Joanne Friedman, Graeme Fedler
We can't get enough of doomed lovers separated by betrayal, taboo and violence - as long as they stay on the screen or the page. In our own beds we want the Hollywood ending. But despite the hype, relationships are tumbling like a proverbial rockfall. Divorce statistics tell us that while people may believe in love more than ever, they give up on it more easily. Love, it seems, has become an extreme endurance sport. Through well-crafted stories that are moving, funny, engaging and all too familiar, Joanne Fedler and Graeme Friedman use their years of personal and professional experience to address the toughest of questions around intimacy such as: Why can't men do intimacy without sex? Why don't women understand that sex is intimacy? Is staying in an unhappy relationship better than being alone? Is there such thing as lasting passion? It Doesn't Have to be So Hard will change the way you see your own relationship forever. You will gain new perspectives on how you can truly find and keep intimacy - it really doesn't need to be so hard!