Boston, MA (PRWEB) December 17, 2005
Whether looking for love or looking to rekindle love, "Love Doctor" Daphne Rose Kingma saves the day or at least gives the knowledge required to find, keep, and foster what nearly everyone desires — true love. In 101 Ways to Have True Love in Your Life (Conari Press, January 2006), she leads readers into the principles of "Loving Yourself," which provide the foundation for everything to come. "Preparing for Love" and "Psychology and Understanding of Love" set the stage for the deeper "Communicating with the Person You Love" and ultimately, the powerful and intimate "Stoking the Fire." Instead of telling readers where to go in search of love, she tells them what to do so love might more readily find them.
“This book is a guide, a sampler, really, of 101 things you can do to bring true love into your life and to sustain it once it’s arrived," Kingma says. "The information will enhance your intention; but it is your enactment – your practice – that will bring real love alive. Study, and then act on these simple ways; and I promise you’ll be happier for it. Love will start to lead and follow you; and you will have a sense of the incredible beauty of preciousness of your life and of the gift of love that lies like a precious jewel in the midst of your relationships."
Kingma speaks and writes from a place of great wisdom and deep personal understanding that only a 25-year-veteran psychotherapist and a woman who’s experienced each of these steps can provide. Authenticity and empathy guide her words, ultimately creating a treasure bound to help couples reach the deepest place of intimacy and aid singles in finding a love to cultivate.
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