San Jose, CA (PRWEB) September 7, 2006
Victor Lloyd Burgess, a little known San Jose-based freelance writer of commonsense relationship advice, is pleased to announce the Internet release of his revised “True Love, A Relationship Guide.”
The guide can be found at Burgess’ Love & Relationships Web site, http://www.love-advice.us. The site features his Red’s Commonsense Advice Q&A section, where visitors can have their relationship questions answered online for free. Many people swear by Burgess’ advice and say they have changed their lives because of it.
Burgess says that in the United States, 43 percent of first marriages end in divorce or separation within 15 years, roughly 24 percent of men and 14 percent of women have extramarital affairs and nearly 1.5 million women and 800,000 men are raped or assaulted each year by their lovers, resulting in about 1,300 deaths.*
Burgess says these statistics do not have to be your life. A believer in commonsense, he says it is the key to life long happiness, which can lead you to true love and happiness as well as fix and repair damaged relationships. He says that understanding how we think and react in a relationship will allow us to grow a strong and loving relationship that can last a lifetime.
“Good old commonsense – we all have it, but for some reason seem not to use it very often,” Burgess says. “We tend to realize its value and accuracy after the fact. When you find yourself saying, ‘Why did I say that?’ or ‘I knew that would happen,’ it seems strange that we don’t see it before we do or say something dumb. We need to find a way to bring it into our thought process we use before we act.” Commonsense is what Burgess relies on in all of his advice and answers to questions. He says this is why so many people seem to be able to relate to him and improve their situation by accepting his advice.
Burgess says that everyone is different and will adjust or change only when they can relate to the source of the advice. While some may need the credentialed, sophisticated and structured advice from professionals like Dr. Phil or Dr. Laura, some relate better to the grassroots approach of Oprah Winfrey or the simple logic of Bill Cosby. This approach is where Burgess feels his success is from. Growing up very shy and being a loner most of his life made him an observer of people, which gives him his uncanny insight into people.
For more information or to get some free relationship advice from Burgess, please visit http://www.love-advice.us. Visitors can download his ebook or follow a link to Lulu Publishing out of Rochester, New York to purchase a paperback copy.
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