In his 400-plus-page book, readers learn history lessons about everything from Adam and Eve to Thomas Paine's Common Sense to Hitler and even Matthew Perry
Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) July 28, 2008
In collaboratively representing relationship book author and speaker Tim Kellis, TransMedia Group and BocaRaton.com are once again teaming up to help solve a community problem.
This time it's a joint effort to try to help reduce the spiraling 50 percent divorce rate that is tearing apart the fundamental fabric of our society--the family.
"In his book "Equality: The Quest For the Happy Marriage," former Wall Street analyst Tim Kellis presents a logical, common sense solution to the marriage crisis that every couple should know about," said BocaRaton.com CEO Russell Spadaccini
So far the collaborative effort by the two firms has resulted in relationship book reviews, speaking engagements for Kellis before community groups like The American Health Association, production of a radio show called "Men on Marriage" and a variety of appearances by Kellis on TV news programs, including WTVJ, the NBC affiliate in Miami/Ft. Lauderdale; WPBF, the ABC affiliate in West Palm Beach; WXEL, a South Florida PBS station; and nationally on the Lifetime's "The Balancing Act.."
According to Kim Morgan-Vagnuolo, TransMedia's Senior VP of Public Relations, the disintegration of a love affair that Kellis had years ago sent him on a quest to figure out why--as well as how he could ultimately experience a blissful relationship. He found the keys to a happy relationship and proceeded to write Equality: The Quest for the Happy Marriage.
"And why not?, " writes Jacqueline Yung in her book review published in Nights and Weekends.com "According to Kellis, today's psychologists just don't get it. They don't address the reasons behind feelings and behavior, nor do relationship books written by 'experts.' They aren't logical. In the court case of the United States vs. Microsoft, the discussion always stayed logical. Accordingly, successful resolution of disagreements doesn't come from arguing but from coming up with a common sense solution. You see, the key to a successful relationship is common sense. It's that simple…at least to Kellis," she writes.
"In his 400-plus-page book, readers learn history lessons about everything from Adam and Eve to Thomas Paine's Common Sense to Hitler and even Matthew Perry," said Morgan-Vagnuolo. Kellis covers religion, prejudice, Freud, the evolution of today's education, and Carl Jung. "It's a must read by any couple on or close to the brink."