Houston, TX (PRWEB) June 12, 2015
Jill R. Payne, MA, LPC-S, is excited to announce that her renowned relationship expertise is now available to everyone in both novel and eBook formatting. Her book, “Meeting People; It’s Not A Game: Footsteps To Healthy Relationships,” is filled with techniques for happier, healthier dating and relationships.
Payne’s relationship game-changer is now sold through online retailers including Barnes and Noble (BN.com), Amazon.com, and LuLu.com in paperback form. The book is also available as an eBook download for NOOK and from LuLu.com in ePUB format compatible with many devices.
"Jill truly is a miracle worker when it comes to relationships," Rita Garcia, Houston TV Anchor and Reporter, said. "She uses the power of communication to help couples work through their differences. Prepare to be amazed at how much stronger your relationship will be through her techniques."
“Meeting People” is a fantastic way to get insight into dating (and relationships in general) in an easy to read and totally relatable book. It makes talking about intimacy and relationships casual instead of uncomfortable.
The International Standard Book Numbers and Universal Product Code for “Meeting People; It’s Not A Game” are as follows-- ISBN-10: 131268237X; ISBN-13: 9781312682375; and UPC 9781329148154.
Jill Payne will be voicing how to find your perfect match on Federal News Radio 1500AM’s “Of Consuming Interest” show with Shirley Rooker in Washington, D.C., on Sunday, June 14, 2015 at 10:30 p.m.
About the Author
Jill Robin Payne is a board-certified professional counselor and a certified relationship specialist who practices in Houston, Texas. She has appeared as a relationship specialist numerous times on Fox 26 News (KRIV) in Houston, and Houston radio station 90.1 KPFT. Payne continues to make appearances, perform motivational speaking, and write for various online outlets offering advice and relationship help. She also maintains a private practice in Houston to help guide couples and singles through relationship issues. Contact Jill via her website, http://www.ChatWithJill.com or on Twitter (@chatwithjill) and Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/chatwithjill).