Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 21, 2013
In her new book, Wabi Sabi Love (Harper One, an imprint of Harper Collins), relationship advice guru Arielle Ford helps readers to find a way to love their partner’s differences.
People often believe that differences make the relationship weaker, but Ford shows readers that differences can make relationships stronger, as long as you bring compassion, understanding, and a new perspective to your relationship. She suggests putting on your “wabi sabi rose-colored glasses” and finding a new way of looking at a situation: Is your husband’s trail of poppyseeds really worse than the thought of not having him in your life? What is good about his annoying habit of squeezing the toothpaste from the middle?
Besides teaching readers that things like trails of poppy seeds from a bagel are not an intentional effort to annoy them (since, after all, no one wakes up thinking of ways to annoy their partner that day), and that there is a positive in everything (like the fact that the mangled tube of toothpaste means that your husband will still have all of his teeth in old age), she also offers exercises, important insight on how to diffuse a fight into a humorous situation, and touching stories. By developing compassion and understanding, readers will go from “annoyed to enjoyed”, helping them to fall back in love with their spouse who has been annoying them.
Arielle Ford has spent the past 25 years living and promoting consciousness through all forms of media. She is one of the founding partners of the Spiritual Cinema Circle, a DVD club dedicated to providing movies about love and compassion. She is the author of seven books, including the Hot Chocolate for the Mystical Soul series and The Soulmate Secret: Manifest The Love of Your Life with The Law of Attraction. Ford lives in La Jolla, California, with her husband/ soulmate, Brian Hilliard, and their feline friends.
For more information, please visit arielleford.com
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Melinda Mullin Melinda.mullin(at)harpercollins(dot)com 415-477-4409