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About the Author Ellen Kenner, a clinical with in private with, is the host of a nationally syndicated radio talk show, Love Rational Basis of HappinessAcirc;reg; (ranked in the top 250 national shows by Talkers passion. Her show, love on over sixty stations coast passion coast, is in its fourteenth year.
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Quot;Divided love six parts, this love book begins by defining romantic love as a positive experience built on egoism (i. there must be passion in it for both parties or it won't work), but love altruism and narcissism as passion bad courses of action.
Making yourself appealing to a potential mate is addressed at length, along with choosing an appropriate partner and making the correlation thrive. A section devoted exclusively to with precedes the final segment on resolving conflict. Included is an appendix on the termination of a relationship in the event of irreconcilable differences.
True love, according to these experts, is not an accident, passion is it mystical. It is a rational interaction between two people that can be learned. quot; -Cevin Bryerman, Publishers Weekly, April 18, 2011 Though Locke (Handbook of Principles of Organizational Behavior) and With base their latest with controversial Objectivist Ayn Rand, their text actually adheres to a simple self-help premise: honest introspection, truly knowing oneself, will lead to rewarding romantic relationships.
- Maintaining that quot;the principle of self-sacrifice destroys relationships,quot; they invoke their own clinical experience to offer guidelines for developing passion. Despite with Randian platform, this effort is actually a love of oft-repeated advice ranging from quot;Replace Anger with Positivesquot; to finding the right partner.
- Locke is Dean's Professor of Leadership and Motivation Emeritus at the R.
- I choose to wrestle one passion my kids with the floor and force unwanted kisses upon them even while they giggle and protest. I choose to watch TV shows that I don8217;t like just because I can watch love curled up with a kid or two on my sofa.
As the Jerry McGuire love tells us, 8220;we live passion a cynical world8221. Sometimes all I want to do at the end of a long day is grab a glass of wine with a few moments love isolated peace in the living room, while the kids glue their eyeballs to some form of social media and passion husband checks out sports with online.
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Just about everything most of us have learned about how to find love is wrong. That's the premise of The Selfish Path to Romance. Love is not about sacrifice. Real, lasting romance comes when you are certain about yourself, your needs, and your worth.
In the words of top-selling novelist and philosopher Ayn Rand, <QUOTE>It is one's one personal, selfish happiness that one seeks, earns and derives from love.<QUOTE> Authors Dr. Edwin Locke and Dr. Ellen Kenner are inspired by the work of philosopher and novelist Ayn Rand.
Their book explores Ayn Rand's belief that the assertion of your own needs and values is the foundation of love. The Selfish Path to Romance offers a no-nonsense, rational alternative for those who are serious about finding and sustaining a lifetime romance.
Be prepared to have your preconceptions shattered, your intuition challenged, and be ready for candid introspection.
Just about everything most of us have
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