Boomer women can partake in a world filled with abundant love.
New York City, NY (PRWEB) March 3, 2009
Dr. Diana Kirschner is a psychologist and love expert who, during the past 25 years, has helped thousands of women break deadly dating habits, meet and attract terrific men, and discover the joys of a solid, loving relationship. Now she's sharing her proven strategies for finding love, based on clinical research, with the PBS audience. The innovative PBS program, "Finding Your Own True Love," airs on local public tv affiliate stations in 70+ cities through March.
"Finding Your Own True Love" is based on Dr. Kirschner's #1 bestselling book "Love in 90 Days: The Essential Guide to Finding Your Own True Love"(Hachette Book Group, Center Street Division, January 2009).
In the exciting PBS program taped in front of a standing-room-only audience in New York City, Dr. Kirschner shares her life-changing formula for creating lasting love plus simple steps couples can use to deepen intimacy and create more passion.
For single, "boomer" women, finding love may seem next to impossible, but Dr. Kirschner, citing extensive research, invites the audience to consider that the world is really filled with extraordinary possibility. First she repositions middle age as extending all the way to age 85 because of the increasing percentage of men and women who are fully functional at that age. Then she points out that the giddy swirl of romantic passion can be just as strong for those over 45 as for those under 25. "Many older women have gone out there and had the adventure and excitement of their teenage years all over again. With the wisdom of their years, they've created the kind of deeply fulfilling love that offers true friendship along with the chemistry of lovers." She concludes that, "Boomer women can partake in a world filled with abundant love."
The program is divided into three acts: Breaking Deadly Dating Patterns, Discovering and Nurturing Your Best or "Diamond Self," and Following the Dating Program of Three. Various research is sited throughout each act which reinforces the approach. In Act One, Dr. Kirschner describes the "heroine's journey" by telling a fable that shows three distinct personalities/deadly dating patterns common in single women over 45: "The Hermit" who simply does not date; the "Not-Perfect-I'll Pass" type who is too picky about men; and the "I'll-Make-You-Love-Me" type who nurtures men who are not interested. Dr. Kirschner describes the hidden negative beliefs underlying these patterns that ruin any possibility for love.
In Act Two, Dr. Kirschner focuses on "Discovering and Nurturing Your Diamond Self." The Diamond Self is a woman's most dynamic, self-loving and passionate identity-- which helps her to envision and create love that is most fulfilling. Dr. Kirschner leads the audience through a brief meditation to envision a love intention, which is a powerful positive affirmation that sets a woman up to embark on her journey. She then describes how positive affirmations can change the neural architecture and brain chemistry, which in turn, eradicate negative thoughts. This inner work frees one to live in the moment and lays the foundation for lasting, real love. With concrete steps and warm encouragement, Dr. Kirschner shows women how to overcome shyness and anxiety around dating and present their best selves to the world - opening up both dating opportunities and a path to personal growth.
Act Three opens on a funny note as Dr. Kirschner effectively dismisses the myth of the prince on a white horse and recommends "Following a Dating Program of Three." She teaches the audience how to find, attract and date three available men with great potential and stresses the absence of sex until a special partner is found. She shares her secrets of rapid online dating success based on the latest research and provides key information on the best places to find men offline.
Dr. Kirschner is an expert that leads with her heart and never fails to connect, entertain, and deliver her inspiring roadmap for success in finding true love. Her humor, openness and intimate style, combined with her personal stories and carefully researched information and guidance, create a viewing event that can positively change lives. She runs the 90 Day Love Challenge on Fox's Morning Show with Mike & Juliet and is a recurring guest expert on the Today Show.
The program is produced by Simon Pure Productions, and made possible through funding provided by PBS, IPM Consulting and Schaad Companies, LLC. Executive Producer: Niki Vettel; Director: Bob Comiskey.The innovative PBS program, "Finding Your Own True Love," airs on local public tv affiliate stations in 70+ cities through March.