Wow, I just got word that my eBook, Grownup Love: Getting It and Keeping It, is a finalist in the prestigious Global Ebook Contest for 2012!
Dr.Steve Manire,DC,CEPH from Little Rock Arkansas sent me this glowing review of Grownup Love:Getting It and Keeping It. I am thrilled that he is sharing my work with others.
Feb 14th is approaching and thoughts of love are in the air. My latest Ebook, Grownup Love:Getting It and Keeping It, makes a great Valentine’s Day gift for yourself or a loved one.
I am thrilled to share that my latest Ebook, Grownup Love: Getting It and Keeping It, is now officially available on Kindle!
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.
In addition to being a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist I am also a Wedding Minister. Therefore, I see couples on their happiest day as well as times when relationships deteriorate and the once happy couple has lost their loving feeling.
Here is an excerpt from my forthcoming eBook, Grownup Love: How to Create it and Keep it.
As a Marriage and Family therapist I do my best to stay informed about the latest findings in my field.
For the last few weeks I have had relationships on my mind for a number of reasons. First, I have finally decided to finish the eBook I have had on the back burner.
One night I was watching a very old black and white film from the 1940’s and noticed that graying, older actors were portraying characters who were supposed to be in their fifties.
Cheryl came to see me for counseling and complained about her awful marriage, how unhappy she was with her husband, and that she was contemplating getting a divorce.
The holiday season is upon us. Do you greet it with trepidation? Festivities bring us together with family. Are you dreading that experience because you have to act as if everything is peachy when it isn’t because you are really having an awful time and can’t wait to find an excuse to leave?
When it’s time for the holidays or a family reunion do you cringe at the thought, but go anyway? Your mom will find fault with your hair, your job or the way you are bringing up your kids.
Do you have a friend or relative who doesn’t listen to your good advice? Every week I speak with at least one person like you.
I recently met a woman I’ll call Anna who lost her spouse in a terrible accident ten years ago. Although time has passed, for her it is as if it happened yesterday.
One of words we sprinkle our communications with that drive me up the wall is “hurt.” “How could you hurt your mother like this?” “I was hurt when she didn’t remember my birthday.” Or “You hurt me!” Most hurt feelings come from our expectations of others, what they should do or not do, say or refrain from saying.
Remember the best seller that explained that women are from Venus and men are from Mars? Well, differences in how we think and act are not just divided according to the sexes.