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Hello everyone! Welcome to another Amour Books Spotlight! Without further ado let’s get on with the Book Spotlight!
My Dog Is My Relationship Coach
Explore the answers to relationship questions no matter what stage of the love game you are in.
My Dog Is My Relationship Coach is a guide to relationships that takes its lead from the pets in our lives and the unconditional love they offer. In our search for love, companionship, and “the one”-as well as during our maintenance of a romantic relationship-we often lose sight of our true selves and what we deeply desire in a life partner.
This book will help you to see clearly what it takes to heal yourself, enhance your marriage or romantic relationships, and realize the whole person you were meant to be while in a relationship or searching for that perfect mate. With tips, examples, and anecdotes, this guide shares the meaning, clarity, and deep connections that enhance the journey of finding or loving “our person.”
Author Maureen Scanlon, certified in life coaching, NLP practitioner training, is a relationship expert and spiritual coach who is passionate about teaching and guiding us to nurture our relationships. Through her books, workshops, and YouTube videos, Scanlon has found that following our furry friends’ outlook on relationships adds warm and relatable clarity and inspiration to those who are stuck on the “relationship hamster wheel.”
Relationships, Dating, Self Help
Book 2 in “My Dog is…..” series
Available on Kindle and Audible
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Snippet from book:
“….if you are looking for something, you will find it, whether negative or positive. It is all in your perspective and what you are focused on. When you think about the ideal mate, be sure you are introspective about your own ability to give fully to exploring new opportunities. There is no one on the planet who can fill a void, provide confidence, security, and well-being as a substitute for you doing those things for yourself.
I speak often to people who are in the dating realm and navigating the process. When questioned about what they are seeking, they commonly say, “I don’t know.” Most often I’ll get this checklist of physical characteristics or even the monetary and perfunctory job and car requirements. I think it’s hard to put into words the connection and emotions we seek from another. It’s best to use scenarios such as “If I am sick, will they bring me soup?”
“If I were to lose a family member, will they be a rock of emotional support?” “On my worst day, will they be patient or run screaming for the hills?” Just the screening process is toiling let alone the bumps along the road of relationship growth.”
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