Understanding the Need for Human Connection

Clinical psychologist P.M. George, writes new book examining power struggles, communication issues and generational differences.

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The book attempts to combat the stereotypes of aging by revealing a rich character story filled with passion, reflection and relationships.

Melbourne, Australia (PRWEB) June 05, 2014

Can you find love, or does love find you?

“Love, Lust and Other Complications” by P.M. George attempts to answer this question as a novel exploring the human need for connection and its fundamental importance in our lives.

Additionally, it dissects the male and female differences as well as their views on love and sexual relationships.

The story is centered on a chance encounter that leads to an unexpected, passionate affair. Sue, a proudly independent woman, is unwilling to sacrifice her identity or happiness just for a relationship. Mike has all but given up on relationships after two failed marriages and is living the free and easy life of a single man.

The book attempts to combat the stereotypes of aging by revealing a rich character story filled with passion, reflection and relationships.

“Love, Lust and Other Complications”
P.M. George
Softcover: 978-1-45251-321-8, $15.99
E-book: 978-1-45251-322-5, $3.99
Available at amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, balboapress.com

About the authors

P.M. George has boasted an impactful career as a psychologist, educationalist and coach. Her multitude of experiences provided George with insights about relationships and human connection that formed into her debut novel, “Love, Lust and Other Complications.” George currently lives in Melbourne, Australia.


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