Dr. Peter Fraenkel-New Book Release

>> Sunday, February 13, 2011

If you are in New York, there is going to be a book signing at the renowned Ackerman Institute. My former Couples & Marriage Counseling Professor's new book release is coming March 31, 2011 at 7pm to 9pm. The institute is located at 149 East 78th Street, NY, NY 10075.



By Peter Fraenkel


"Couples today are time starved and out of sync. Peter Fraenkel has devised a powerful set of

tools to help couples take on the challenges of time pressure, overstuffed work schedules, and

contemporary life's frenetic pace, so that partners can reconnect, revitalize, and preserve their


—Evan Imber-Black, author of The Secret Life of Families

“Time has been called the "new currency" in today's world with too much to do and not enough

time to do it. Yet each of us manages these pressures in different ways. In a fascinating new

book, Peter Fraenkel shows us how our approaches to time and the rhythms of our lives spill

over into our couple relationships. Even more importantly, he offers practical suggestions for


--Ellen Galinsky, President, Families and Work Institute, Author of Mind in the Making

"Couples that play together stay together, but only if they play in harmony. With great warmth,

wit and wisdom, Peter Fraenkel shows how to reboot our relationships by re-syncing our

personal metronomes. If you are part of a couple, happy or unhappy, you need to read this book.

It will rock your marriage - in a good way!"

--Carl Honoré, author of In Praise of Slowness and Under Pressure.

“Peter Fraenkel puts forth some of the most pertinent and useful ideas about the time famine that

afflicts couples today. You must take the time, read this timely book and find out how you can

redeem your relationship from the time crunch. Peter Fraenkel is an inspiring writer and an

inspired therapist. You are sure to enjoy your time with him.”

—Esther Perel, Author of Mating in Captivity: Reconciling the Domestic and the Erotic.

“All couples struggle with the rhythms of family, business and personal priorities. So your

relationship had better be in sync. Peter Frankel sheds unique light on the key challenges

couples face, and addresses them in a way that is extremely consumable, and most importantly,


—Gregory T. Rogers, founder and president RayLign Advisory

“A very timely book on a topic that all couples deal with. … Peter Fraenkel helps us understand

that our internal pace and couple rhythm are hidden under virtually all issues, and he uncovers

the mystery of time in ways that will amaze and engage all readers.”

—Howard Markman, Co-director of the Center for Marital and Family Studies and author

of Fighting for Your Marriage

*I will be purchasing the book and of course a blog review on the material. It would be nice if we could have a blog book club for Dr. Fraenkel's book. You will get so much more out of it if you read it yourself. He is pretty good and very humorous. I will also re-post my notes from his amazing workshop in 2009.