These past few weeks I have been invited to get my word out through various media opportunities. Most of you were busy preparing for Thanksgiving so you most likely missed my appearance on Christopher McAuliffe’s radio show, The Coaching Show. I had a great time sharing about “How to Listen Wisely.” I shared how coaches, therapists or lay people can listen for common errors of thought that lead us to negative states. If you are an All or Nothing person, you limit your life since everything is either black or white or right or wrong. Mind Reading, where you are sure that you know what your spouse, boss, or friend is thinking, and you react without checking it out are just two mindsets that will lead to trouble in life or love.
It’s not too late to listen to the rest. Search iTunes Store for “The Coaching Show” at wsradio. Or go to www.wsradio.com/internet-talk-radio.cfm/shows/The-Coachinng-Show.html
Next week I am guesting on Dr. Henry Grayson’s radio show Mindful Living on the Progressive Radio Network. I look forward to sharing about my latest Ebook, Grownup Love: Getting It and Keeping It.
I am delighted by the wonderful response I am getting to this book.
Herbert L. Gravitz, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist said:
From the opening paragraph in Gloria Arenson’s new book Grownup Love: Getting It and Keeping It, to the last, Gloria Arenson weaves a story about love, how to get it, how to avoid the natural traps we fall into, and host of other important questions and topics that individuals and couples face. Most importantly, Ms. Arenson gives her readers tools to deal with all of the above and so many more issues. The ways, ranging from “the tapping cure,” EFT, and the Phoenix Effect Process, among others, are what she has been learning and teaching for decades.
In her delightful, yet wise way, she invites her readers to come with her and celebrate not just love, but life itself. This book is not a passive read but a book of action, leading readers to lives they want. Through thought-provoking exercises the reader is urged to do, she invites her readers to unravel their questions, like what is love or how to deal with a broken heart, and guides her readers “to clear the wreckage” of their lives. The book is also useful for those who are doing well, but want to do better in their relationships.
Engaging and very interactive with her reader, Gloria Arenson’s latest book, Grown Up Love, goes along with her tradition of showing her readers not just what but how to accomplish their goals.
Her book is a treat to read.
Wendy Anne McCarty, PhD, RN, DCEP and Author of Welcoming Consciousness wrote:
Grownup Love is an effective guide to help you examine your relationship patterns and transform them. Each chapter focuses on a specific topic to explore and teaches you how to use two powerful energy techniques to rapidly resolve, release, and heal unhealthy or constrictive patterns that you discover. You can use Grownup Love as your own self-guided relationship-healing workbook; or, use it in your healing work with your therapist or life coach. I think Grownup Love is terrific–straightforward, great stories, and clear directions to help you move into positive action and live the relationship.