'How To Measure Your Love' unfolds a technique to be used by those who are serious about love and marriage. The less serious among us approach love and marriage in a careless, nonchalant manner without any thought of the consequences. They equate love with sex, both in brevity and ecstasy. If you are one of those, this program is not for you.
CHAPTER ONE- Defines the components of 'marital' love as Compatibility, Trust, Commitment and Fulfilment. It unfolds the theory that these components represent progressive and cumulative stages of the growth of love.
CHAPTER TWO- Develops a measuring schedule for these components with which partners can organize their feelings and perceptions about each other so as to understand their relationships in a structured and meaningful way.
CHAPTER THREE- The Pilot Study helped to highlight the most effective way to utilize the measure and uncover its pitfalls.
CHAPTER FOUR- This application of the technique, using two case studies, explains how schedules are completed. Here is where partners face the most intimate, personal issues of their relationships.
CHAPTER FIVE- Undertakes a review of the technique to help partners evaluate their findings to determine the strength of their relationships for future action.
CHAPTER SIX- Partners are admonished about the pitfalls from improper use of the technique and the need to take corrective action.