Houston, TX (PRWEB) June 18, 2004
Do you fall for unfaithful, critical or manipulative people? Are you drawn to aloof and cold personalities? Do you pursue emotionally unavailable partners? Do you fall for married or otherwise involved people? After proclaiming never again, do you attract the same type of person and repeat the cycle?
If so, you're not simply unlucky in the quest to find the right relationship partner. According to relationship expert and author Nancy Pina, everyone can enjoy a healthy, loving and satisfying relationship Â after understanding the reasons for past relationship choices. Help is available online as she offers immediate sound, objective advice to those seeking relationship help. Each question is answered personally and promptly. Ms. Pina clearly defines each struggle, the reasons they've formed, and encourages self reflection to break the cycle.
"I believe in being a daily blessing to others. Responding to emails personally allows me to share my experience and help those struggling in relationships," says Nancy.
"Most of my inquiries come from people in long term relationships or marriages," she says. "I am privileged to offer sound advice, direction and possible solutions. Many look for clarity to why they attracted certain types of people and experiences. The majority of the emails come from individuals who recreated childhood struggles in their adult intimate relationships. They can't consciously make the connection between the past and the present. I am there to help them see that link."
When not dispensing relationship advice, Nancy is busy working on a new relationship advice book. The next in her series of "The Right Relationship Can Happen" books is geared to teens and young adults. "I am inspired by the large amount of emails from teens and young adults in very intense relationships. Most are unready emotionally and spiritually, although they believe otherwise. I explain the enormity and responsibility associated with marriage and family."
To interview Nancy Pina regarding couples counseling, relationship issues or any other relationship related problems, call (713) 840-8121, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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