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Why Money Is More Important Than Sex: How to Create and Maintain a Loving, Intimate and Respectful Relationship by Jurgen Schmechel is an uplifting and encouraging book for all readers who want to work on their relationships and learn how to maintain a loving, intimate and respectful relationship; for people experiencing a rough patch and who want to get back on track; and for single people to realize what caused their relationship to fail. This book will also help singles who want to know more about the tips and techniques required to keep a relationship going. The author’s rational perspective on the failure of relationships has been dealt with wonderfully, making this book a good read.
This relevant topic has been tackled in a very interesting and engaging manner, giving readers tools to get their relationships back on track instead of ending up in divorce. The presentation of the topic is unique, aesthetic, and that makes it appealing and captivating to readers. There are interactive moments which will pull readers into the book, making them try out the author’s tips and suggestions. There is a lot of information that is simple and easy and can be implemented to build a solid and lifelong relationship. The Action and Reflection parts are helpful when it comes to having a look at the relationship and seeing where change is required. This book is definitely a must-read for all those who are struggling with relationships. It will help them understand the complexities and simplicities of their relationships properly and change their mindset issues.