Stan Tatkin, PsyD, MFT

Five-Minute Relationship Repair should be of help to anyone wishing to repair an ailing relationship. Using the case of a typical couple in trouble as their starting point, John Grey and Susan Campbell walk you through a sequential set of techniques based on neuroscience and attachment theory. With decades of experience behind them, Grey and Campbell are highly intelligent, creative forces in the field of science and relationships. Their work here is inventive and inspiring and well worth the read.”

— Stan Tatkin, PsyD, MFT, author of Wired for Love, Your Brain on Love, and Love and War in Intimate Relationships

John Welwood

“Susan Campbell and John Grey have brought together important understandings and highly useful methods for opening up couple communication and transforming conflicts into greater connectedness. Highly recommended.”

— John Welwood, Journey of the Heart, Love and Awakening

Jack Canfield

“This book, written for both singles and couples, shows us how to approach differences with open-hearted listening and vulnerable truth-telling. It presents a step-by-step process for using any relationship conflict as a doorway to deeper intimacy and expanded awareness. It is readable and entertaining as well as being extremely practical. Readers are given worksheets that teach them exactly what to say and do when someone gets emotionally triggered or reactive. If you read and work with the practices offered here, you have everything you need to create a secure, lasting bond with your partner.”

— Jack Canfield, co-author of The Success Principles and Chicken Soup for the Couples Soul

Linda Bloom, LCSW

“Campbell and Grey have created a terrific guide for therapists as well as for couples working on their own. So many couples suffer unnecessarily with conflict, and here is an excellent resource for going straight  to the vulnerable truth, rather than staying in old reactive patterns. I am recommending it to the couples in my counseling practice.”

— Linda Bloom, LCSW, co-author of 101 Things I Wish I Knew When I Got Married: Simple Lessons to Make Love Last

John Amodeo, PhD

“This wise and practical book brilliantly addresses the core issues that need attention in order for couples and individuals to create deeply fulfilling relationships.  Through vivid examples, incisive commentary, and helpful exercises, the authors take us on journey that leads toward a richer understanding of ourselves and others. Incorporating attachment theory and the latest discoveries in neuroscience, this book offers an astonishingly clear path toward the love and intimacy we long for.”

— John Amodeo, PhD, author of Dancing with Fire: A Mindful Way to Loving Relationships