Clean Out Your Emotional Closet Before You Date Again!
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Author and relationship educator, Roland Hinds has just released his new book, "Are You The Right One For Me? Whose Choice Is It Anyway?" to help create healthy interpersonal relationship skills. His book focuses on breaking old habits before entering into new relationship.
"Are You The Right One For Me? Whose Choice Is It Anyway?" is also geared towards individuals who may be trying to get back into the "dating game" after a divorce or a break up. Hinds says, "It is important to clean out your closet before entering into another relationship, otherwise you will continue to bump your head." He further states, "The idea is to find the "right one" for you." He introduces the reader to the 4 C's of a Relationship, which he feels is important in maintaining a great relationship. He says, "Without "communication" your relationship is bound to fail, so start from the beginning. Don't be afraid to ask the appropiate questions, so you can get to know him or her better.
The book also caters to married couples who may be trying reconnect after growing apart or struggling to find the love. Hinds states, "Stresses due to the economy is causing many marriages to fall apart due to finances and a lack of intimacy. "Are You The Right One For Me? Whose Choice Is It Anyway?" tackles both issues."
About The Author (Excerpt)
My journey into human sexuality and relationships started when I was a youth. I had a huge interest in understanding how relationships worked and how people interacted sexually. Eventhough I was not sure what sex was at the time, I grew up in an era when “free love” was popular. Many people were engaging in sexual relationships without caution of the effects of catching a communicable disease.
Naturally, this “free love” brought about a lot of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) such as, gonorrhea, syphilis and pubic lice. During this time, penicillin was prescribed frequently to fight the many forms of STDs, which was spreading rapidly throughout the United States.
After committing three years to write this book, I have learned a lot about myself, and how to listen better and have more patience in a relationship. I realized the significance of being connected to your mate and coping with the past. I also had to learn how to deal with traumatic issues, which altered my behavior and ultimately
sabotaged my relationship.
Finally, to all of the people whom I have met in many parts of the world throughout my 20 years prior to writing this book,
I appreciate all of your stories, because without everyone sharing
their life’s experience this book would not have been possible. To the
many I say: gracias, gratsi, merci and thank you?
Many people enter into relationships everyday without a road map or any expectations about what they would like to receive from their relationship. Most young people often begin dating as early as junior high school, but are not typically prepared for what’s ahead. This is the time when some youth can get robbed of their purity and innocence developing negative behavioral patterns and bad dating habits.
Almost everyone will be subjected to a failed relationship at one time or another in his or her life, despite the goal to be successful.
The key is how one recovers from the ordeal and move forward. When true love is involved, breaking up can be a traumatizing experience, rearing many ugly heads.
How do you cope and start over again with a better outlook?