Book Review: The Secret of Being Together

Title: The Secret of Being Together
Author: Amos Tsur & Tsafy Tsur
Genre: Nonfiction, Self-Help
Rating: 3 stars
Purchase: Amazon
Review copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

It’s time to address your problems as a couple.

Learn about a unique type of couples’ therapy as you embark on a fascinating journey through the world of couplehood. Become more familiar with your own relationship, improving and enriching it, as you find answers to the questions that have been troubling you. Take your relationship to a higher and brighter place.

Peek into the journeys of other couples

Each chapter describes the work of a different couple grappling with its own problems: in the sexual arena, demons of the past that threaten to overwhelm them, emotional intimacy, and addiction. You will be made to feel as if you are sitting in the treatment room with them, accompanying them on their journey, while simultaneously “meeting” and “treating” yourselves. Peek into the journeys of other couples, together with your partner, and then look inward at your own shared experiences.

Be guided by the eclectic approach of top professionals

On the Israeli bestseller list and enjoying critical acclaim from professionals in the field of couples’ counseling, the authors of The Secret of Being Together specialize in combining the conscious, sub-conscious, imagination, images, hypnoses, creation, energy, and intuition – as well as the principles of Buddhism and psychology – in their therapy work.


In The Secret of Being Together, author duo Amos and Tsafy Tsur explore different ways to address your problems as a couple. From techniques to become more familiar with your own relationship and improving it, to tips to take your relationship to the next level, this book covers a variety of topics related to being together and living as a couple.

From problems with sex, to issues from the past, to emotional intimacy and even addiction, the topics are varied and all equally as interesting. The book is all about the journey, about changing and growing together.

On the downside, I found some parts of the book to be quite repetitive, and while I had expected shorter, to the point chapters, the chapters themselves read more like the way a fiction book is set up than a nonfiction book. I still enjoyed it, though, but it wasn’t quite the fast, easy read I had in mind. Still, couples interesting in finding out more about the nature of relationships or how to grow together will find valuable information in this read.

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