It does not dole out mundane advice on how to catch trout with delicious bait, but delivers painless and intense comic relief, anecdotes with sarcastic humor, and great avant garde tips to suit life
(PRWEB) April 01, 2015
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The National Center for Health Statistics declares that couples between the ages of 20 and 25 end up in divorce in 60% of U S marriages, while females who are 25 years or older are destined for failed marriages in 50% of cases. The Boston Herald indicates that couples who live together before marriage are apt to head to divorce court, but Oss St. Taylor’s How to Stay in a Positive Relationship or End an Abusive One is the crème de la crème of snippety news homologous to modern relationships that work.
The book, How to Stay in a Positive Relationship or End an Abusive One is a cut above the rest because it underscores the concept of love as defined by psychologists. It diagnoses common myths and the gender politics of shacking up, conjures up factors that build up or tear down commitments built on toothpicks. The author dishes out the nifty overview to online dating, and in comparison to other books on the subject such as Gray’s Chicken Soup for the Soul, Taylor’s How to Stay in a Positive Relationship or End an Abusive One is up to date as it relates to social media. It does not dole out mundane advice on how to catch trout with delicious bait, but delivers painless intense comic relief, anecdotes with sarcastic humor, and great avant garde tips to suit life.
How to Stay in a Positive Relationship or End an Abusive One is not simply a do-and-don’t guide on social etiquette, but warns about online dating douchebags, social media masks, lynching heart breaks, suicidal relationships and identity theft. The author is no cloying psychologist or humdrum therapist, but a snappy, bantering, witty writer with deliberate repetitions for emphasis. Oss St. Taylor has had success with readers and individuals with serious relationship problems. Through enooks, the author delivers a peppery dictionary of delicious acronyms; EMS, KWAEC Kanye West AmExpress Card for upwardly progressive folks, CPAs, TTS, and readers learn new words such as reggies, schizos, punkery, phat, bipols, pervs, nerdess and hermaphroditic law. With a bachelor's in Journalism from the London School of Journalism, and 2nd bachelor’s in English and African American Studies, and a master’s in Educational Leadership, Taylor has access to fifty million single students weekly, so this DIY guide remains the effective menu for positive relationships.
As a public speaker, and fitness model, Taylor has worked as a continuity announcer and reporter on television, and progressively captures trends in matchmaking websites, serious and goofing off twittering sites, blogging pathways to social gossips, Facebook friendships, nondenominational church socials where critics cannot get enough of this book. Ordering or booking information