Wednesday, February 27, 2008
As we've asserted repeatedly over the years, the way many people perceive relationships is great for romantic novels, but has little to do with real life.
People enter into serious relationships such as marriage with little preparation or even basic knowledge what to expect. Then, when the inevitable disillusionment sets in, they may be so overcome with doubt that they act and react in inappropriate and self-defeating ways. And of all the forms of human misery, discord in the home is probably the most widespread.
If the above paragraph is even faintly familiar, here's some good news!
After much thought, I've decided to make my e-book: How to Build Relationships That Stick, which has won wide acclaim during the seven years it's been on the market, available free. (In contrast to the way that word is often used in the world of so-called Internet marketing, I mean it literally - no email address collected or other strings attached!) All you have to do is go here and then RIGHT-click on any one of the links on the page to download your free copy.
I must point out that although a part of the book does talk specifically about marriage and intimate relationships, the underlying principles discussed throughout the book apply to all kinds of relationships. This includes interactions between family members (parent-child, siblings, etc), friendships, and even your relationship with business and workplace colleagues and associates.
Above all, I try in this little book to explode the myths that actually kill relationships!
We said that dissension and acrimony in the home must be one of the worst kinds of misery, but the converse is also true: domestic harmony is undoubtedly the most intense form of happiness. Now it's time to put the past behind you. With the right knowledge and the right attitude, you'll not only improve the quality of your life, but also those of your relationship partners!
So what are you waiting for? Download your own copy of How to Build Relationships now!
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