A Conflict-Free Relationship is Possible
You Too Can Have One
Join Us and Find Out How
Most of us want a successful relationship. We ask ourselves:
- Do I pick the wrong people?
- Am I repeating old patterns?
- Is there anyone out there for me?
People Argue; That’s a Fact. Or is it?
We thought so until we met. We found such a different way of dealing with disagreements that we had to share it with others.
It’s Really Possible
Our ten years together have shown us that important disagreements can be resolved without bad feelings. In “Secrets of a Successful Relationship Revealed” we share some basic keys towards having a rewarding, peaceful and joyous relationship. In fact, we are convinced that these keys can be applied to all relationships. Some of the areas we cover are how differences are a positive factor, the importance of core vales, and the connection between closeness and independence.
“This book is a useful exploration and dialog on the possibility of conflict-free relating. My partner of 20 years and I read it aloud to each other. We used the concepts as a springboard for deep discussions about our own relationship style, and found that they helped us to improve our communication skills and enhance the quality of our love and respect for each other’s individuality.” Jenny Phelps and Richard Niles
To grasp an idea takes a single moment of understanding, like solving a clue in a crossword puzzle – the realization occurs in an instant, and once known, is never forgotten. Once this happens, everything changes. “Secrets of a Successful Relationship Revealed” is filled with specific keys for achieving peace within relationships. These keys are described in a running conversation between us — Phil and Maude — which is both easy to understand and effective to apply.
“This is a wonderful book. It’s about selflessness (as opposed to the selfishness which so often characterizes relationships). It’s about achieving a level of communication which enables a true sharing of the best of each other’s qualities while respecting differences. It’s about learning how to “act in the living present” (to borrow a line from a Longfellow poem). And, it is so much more, because it is not the usual manual of “how to have a successful relationship.” Instead, it gives the reader a window to experience the authors’ personal intimate exchanges, letting one feel as though having traveled with them. It is a very good read.” Sam Redman
So many people talk and write that relationships are hard work. We see that attitude as creating unnecessary negative images. To assume that all relationships have difficulties is to limit the horizon of what may transpire between people. Believe that more is possible, and your world will change to meet your imagination.
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We want these ideas to spread, so we’re just covering costs to make the book available! The paperback is $9.95, and the ebook is just $2.99. Visit CreateSpace or Amazon for the print version, or order the eBook format of your choice here:
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