There are so many women living in dissatisfaction in their romantic (or not so romantic) relationships. The challenge appears to be that it’s “tolerable.” It isn’t that bad. So, even though the relationship doesn’t have the juice it once did, lots of women don’t do anything. Maybe they don’t do anything because it’s not painful enough. Or maybe it’s because they don’t know what to do. If you’re settling for a less-than-juicy relationship, you aren’t alone.
'If you've missed Laymon, you've missed a treat' Stephen King Beautiful violinist Melanie Conway has visions of death, and when she collapses at a concert her boyfriend, Bodie, is there to hear her premonition. Penelope Conway is even more stunning than her sister ... but her looks have attracted an obscene caller. All three are drawn into a…
It’s a quiet epidemic our society. Relationships flatline and no one addresses it. Over time—months, years, decades—some end in separation or divorce, and others continue on for years as ice cold, empty marriages between former lovers.
This book is written for women who want to improve their relationship with their man. This material is not a couples’ process. It’s not about including your man in the rehab of your passion. It’s about being willing to get in there on your own and patiently allowing him to get on board or not as he sees fit. This does not require his participation on any level; however, these processes usually inspire his cooperation.