Valentine's Day Offers Couples A Chance to Redefine Relationships, Says Coach Laurie Cameron

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Candy, flowers, and dinner out on Valentine's Day are all great, but couples can also use the day to make their relationships stronger, says Relationship Coach and author Laurie Cameron.

While Valentine's Day is traditionally considered a day for candy, flowers, and dining out with your loved one, there's a greater gift that couples can give themselves: The chance to redefine their relationships and make them better than ever before. That's the message of Laurie Cameron's new book, The Journey From Fear To Love: Waking Up And Walking The Evolutionary Path With Your Partner (Chicago Spectrum Press, ISBN 978-1-58374-5, $16.00).

According to Cameron, "If you are living fearfully, unconsciously, and on auto-pilot, then your intimate relationship is fear-filled and unconscious, too. You may live in the same house as your partner, and you most likely function reasonably well together. But if the love in your heart is blocked by an accumulation of fears, and you respond to your partner more from those fears than from love, your relationship with your partner is destined to remain, at best, mediocre. Using my book and its step-by-step program to help move out of the unconscious and into the evolutionary, couples can make this Valentine's Day one that will change their lives for the better - forever."

On Sunday, February 10, 2008, Cameron will be holding a Virtual Book Signing through a free telephone conference call (Note: long distance charges may apply). The call will take place from 6 pm to 7:30 pm Mountain Time. To participate, callers should dial 712-421-7710 and enter code 3051987 when prompted.

With advance praise from some of the country's leading relationship experts, The Journey From Fear To Love: Waking Up And Walking The Evolutionary Path Wtih Your Partner is sure to become one of the most talked about books of the year.

Laurie Cameron, Master Certified Relationship Coach, is an internationally known speaker and trainer who has coached thousands of people worldwide. In her own words, her mission is "to wipe victim mentality off the planet." A Littleton, Colorado resident, she has written and published articles in numerous magazines and newspapers, and is the author of The Sage And Scholar's Guide To Coaching Singles. To learn more about Laurie's work and her book, visit her website at, or call her at 303-740-0352.


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