Neue Schlüsselsätze der Liebe

Oskar Holzberg

Neue Schlüsselsätze der Liebe

Was Beziehungen scheitern und was sie gelingen lässt

240 pages
erstmals im Taschenbuch
First day of sale: 19.01.2021
ISBN 978-3-8321-6489-8

NEUE SCHLÜSSELSÄTZE DER LIEBE. Was Beziehungen gelingen und was sie scheitern lässt/
NEW KEY PHRASES OF LOVE. What Makes Relationships Work or Fail
Nonfiction, Psychology/Self-Help
ca. 242pp., Autumn 2017

Orientations for all couples who want to stay together

»Light but effective reading.« - Helga Buss, PROFAMILIA on “Schlüsselsätze der Liebe”

»Oskar Holzberg gives helpful and entertaining tips on how to skilfully master challenges and what helps keep couples together« BONUS MAGAZIN on “Schlüsselsätze der Liebe”

»Holzberg understands how to formulate these central relationship topics into pithy thoughts« WERDE on “Schlüsselsätze der Liebe”

“If you want love you have to dare vulnerability.” – Oskar Holzberg

There are many aspects to relationships: communication, sexuality or power. And there is something that goes even further: the core of a love relationship, the bond, intimacy and closeness between two people. This is precisely what the renowned couples therapist Oskar Holzberg is concerned with in this book. He is primarily researching the conflict area between vulnerability and pain. How can we nurture and care for this core so that a relationship works and makes us happy? How can sexuality and rituals help? And what does love have to do with the courage to openness?
At the same time, ‘New Key Phrases of Love’ also shows what we definitely should not do, what permanently damages our bond. Thereby the Brigitte magazine columnist expands his pithy and entertaining ‘Key Phrases of Love’ with longer, fundamental texts on the do’s and don’ts of love. In short: Oskar Holzberg inspires us to a better and happier love life.

Rights to previous title sold to: Yuan-Liou Publishing (Complex Chinese Characters)

Oskar Holzberg

Oskar Holzberg, born in 1953, studied Psychology and German in Hamburg. He is a psy-chotherapist, supervisor, lecturer and author. Couples therapy is one of his core areas. He has been writing about psychological themes since 1984. Thanks to his numerous magazine arti-cles, he is one of the most widely read psychologists in Germany. His most recent work published by DuMont was ‘New Key Phrases of Love. What Makes Relationships Work or Fail’ (‘Neue Schlüsselsätze der Liebe’).The author is married, has three children and lives in Hamburg.