The single most significant difference between positive relationships and negative relationships is the manner in which both address inevitable conflicts. Positive relationships address them as 'disagreements' while negative relationships address them as 'arguments'.
Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) March 26, 2008
In his new relationship book, Equality: The Quest for the Happy Marriage, author and co-host of the new "Men on Marriage" radio show, Tim Kellis presents radically new but remarkably simple solutions to end the cycle of divorce and achieve long lasting happiness and personal fulfillment in marriage.
Kellis, a renowned Wall Street analyst and relationship expert, takes readers on a journey through history to not only help us discover more about ourselves, but he teaches new ways to build and keep a lifelong harmonious, affectionate and intimate marriage. The most significant lessons civilization has learned over the last few thousand years are used to demonstrate not only the way to set up a positive relationship but the causes of that relationship turning negative. In a world where there is still a 50% divorce rate, it is more crucial than ever to understand how and why marriages go wrong, and how to return to the happiness that is found at the beginning of every relationship that results in marriage.
Equality shows you how to have a happy relationship and examines what factors turn the marriage negative. For instance, Kellis believes that arguments are the culprit of the demise of marriage. He writes, "The single most significant difference between positive relationships and negative relationships is the manner in which both address inevitable conflicts. Positive relationships address them as 'disagreements' while negative relationships address them as 'arguments'." Other important topics the relationship book addresses include:
- Fault finding versus problem solving
- Traditional psychology and behavior
- The hierarchy of the argument
- How true equality is achieved in a relationship
- Why happiness within is essential
- How the equal rights movement made an indelible mark on relationships
- And so much more to ensure you understand how to have a happy relationship
For the first time in history, unlike other books on relationships, Equality: The Quest for the Happy Marriage, explains psychologically how couples can change the direction of their negative relationships and what happens mentally when two people make one of the most important decisions of their life - to get married.
About the Author
Tim Kellis graduated from college in 1985 with a Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering and worked in the telecommunications equipment market for nine years. After graduating from Southern Methodist University in 1996 with an MBA, Tim landed on Wall Street and became the first semiconductor analyst to focus on the communications market, and has been a published analyst on Wall Street since 1995. At the height of his career, he met whom he thought was the girl of his dreams, and after that relationship ended, he decided to take on the relationship issue.
Equality: The Quest for the Happy Marriage is the result of Tim's endless research on relationships and his first published book for the consumer market. It is also the format for his website: http://www.HappyRelationships.com and is the basis for his all new radio show, Men on Marriage, which debuts Thursday March 27th from 6-7 PM on 1230 AM in S. Florida. This will be a weekly live program, co-hosted with Tom Danks, which will address many relationship topics and listener call-ins. Tim currently lives in S. Florida with his wife and young son.
Equality: The Quest for the Happy Marriage
By Tim Kellis
First 1000 sold to be numbered and signed by author