Edward M. Hallowell, M.D., was an instructor at Harvard Medical
School for twenty years and is now the director of the Hallowell
Centers for Cognitive and Emotional Health in Sudbury,
Massachusetts, and New York City. He is the co-author of Delivered
from Distraction and Driven to Distraction as well as the author of
CrazyBusy, The Childhood Roots of Adult Happiness, and Worry,"
"among other titles.
Sue George Hallowell, LICSW, has been a practicing couples' therapist for more than twenty-five years. The Hallowells are the parents of three teenage children. They live in Arlington, Massachusetts.
"With its wise and compassionate counsel and great ideas for
bridging the "disconnect" all too often a part of married life
these days, this is a unique, engaging, and profoundly helpful
book. It can save a marriage or simply help people in happy
marriages get closer and feel more fulfilled."--Suzy Welch, "New
York Times" bestselling author of "10-10-10: A Life Transforming
"Edward Hallowell is already beloved by readers for his compassionate, incisive and accessible books about ADD, crazybusiness and creating childhood happiness. Now he teams with his wife, Sue, and together they bring his trademark mixture of science, good humor, empathy and faith to the topic of marriage in the age of distraction. They draw upon a wealth of professional experience to illustrate the difficulties of maintaining meaningful intimacy in our disconnected time, but it is ultimately their own personal spirits--generous and warm, honest and yes, loving--that make this book a pleasure. I urge all people who yearn for more in their marriages to read Married to Distraction--and, in particular, those hungry to move beyond conflict and condemnation to connection and understanding."--Judith Warner, author of "Perfect Madness
""This timely book could save your marriage. With wit and humor, Ned and Sue Hallowell astutely call attention to the epidemic distraction plaguing our relationships today. They gently guide us toward intimate connection--through the art of paying attention. Spare some time to focus on their wisdom, and discover anew the depth of love." --Maggie Jackson, author of "Distracted: The Erosion of Attention and the Coming Dark Age"
"It is remarkable that a couple so well versed in the woes of their patients' marriages has the capacity for the kind of optimism and clear-sighted wisdom that readers will find in these pages. The Hallowells (he teaches at Harvard Medical School and heads the Hallowell Center for Cognitive and Emotional Health; she is a co