Imagine what a difference in your life it might make if you had the ability to distinguish the truth from beliefs that are commonly-held, but untrue. 

According to bestselling authors and relationship counselors Linda and Charlie Bloom, accepting certain commonly-held beliefs such as: “Couples with great relationships don’t fight” or “Little things aren’t worth getting upset over” and “If my partner were more like me we would have a better relationship” can prevent you from building a solid, mutually fulfilling partnership. 

This book offers compelling stories and valuable suggestions for distinguishing truth from fiction and helps readers to recognize  myths and avoid falling into the trap of believing everything that you think! Happily Ever After provides you with communication guidelines and tools that will enhance and strengthen your ability to avoid many of the pitfalls that so many couples experience when they mistakenly accept widely-held opinions that are masking as “truths”.

Praise for Happily Ever After:

“Every couple will become wiser by reading this book.” 
— Harville Hendrix, PhD, coauthor of Making Marriage Simple 

“Love experts Linda and Charlie Bloom shine a bright light, busting the most common myths about relationships. Using real-life examples, they skillfully provide effective strategies and tools to create and grow a deeply loving and fulfilling long-term connection.”

— Arielle Ford, author of Turn Your Mate into Your Soulmate 

“A rubber-meets-the-road guide to preparing for the rigors (and rewards) of love. High five to the Blooms for telling it like it is.” 

— Gregg Levoy, author of Vital Signs and Callings 

Available in print and audio book.

“Wise, honest, personal, and deeply engaging…this much-needed book is recommended for singles and couples alike.”
— Linda Carroll, author of Love Cycles 

“I’ve been helping many people who think differently relate to each other for four decades. Oh, how I wish I could have slipped this book under each one’s pillow! This is a brilliant, rational guide to sorting through relational confusion.”

— Dawna Markova, coauthor of Collaborative Intelligence and author of Spot of Grace 

“Long term relationships are more challenging than ever. Happily Ever After and 39 Other Myths About Love, like the Blooms’ previous books, is filled with gems of relationship wisdom to help make the journey joyful and deepen over time. They offer valuable guidelines and tools to readers of all ages that are certain to enhance their ability to create lasting and fulfilling relationships.” 
–Ken and Maddy Dychtwald, Co-Founders, Age Wave

“Another brilliant contribution by this remarkable couple to everyone struggling to create a relationship that works…This is a book about freedom — about transformation — and it’s a must-read for anyone seeking to create a truly fulfilling partnership!” 
— Lynne Twist, author of The Soul of Money 

“You’ll do more than enjoy reading these hope-filled vignettes of couples who were able to discern and overcome the unconscious myth that blocked their loving connection. You’ll likely also discern the myth that blocks happiness in your own relationship.” 
— Sylvia Boorstein, PhD, author of Happiness Is an Inside Job 

“In Happily Ever After . . ., Linda and Charlie Bloom deconstruct the most common myths about love and commitment in a thoughtful and compassionate way. The Blooms deeply understand the obstacles that hold people back from lasting love and provide readers with sensible workarounds to each of these obstacles. This book will challenge some of your most deeply held beliefs about love and marriage, ultimately freeing you to make better choices in love.” 
— Kira Asatryan, author of Stop Being Lonely: Three Simple Steps to Developing Close Friendships and Deep Relationships 

“Bravo to the Blooms for providing this important clue for removing the invisible roadblocks that prevent relationships from flourishing.” 
— Seymour Boorstein, MD, author of Who’s Talking Now: Saving Your Relationship 

“We applaud Linda and Charlie Bloom for their conciseness, skill, and dedication to myth busting. If you want an authentic relationship, read this book!” 
— Joyce Vissell, RN, MS, and Barry Vissell, MD, authors of The Shared Heart