Rather than rehash typical advice for couples, Edward L. Fairley offers some unexpected twists to conventional thinking that provide the reader with what sounds and feels like ''inside information'' even about the most intimate of communications. He does not shy away from specific instructions about how to navigate sexual intimacy and communicate differences in assumptions, interpretations, and expectations.
A self-described observer of relationships, Fairley supplies examples of people in various situations with differing consequences, and provides alternative approaches and solutions. By ''seeing'' through the eyes of others, the author is able to simplify the complex dynamics of love, romance, and marriage, and the powerful result is practical and engaging.
Edward L. Fairley condenses a great deal of common sense and timely relationship advice into this compact volume. His wise counsel is particularly appropriate for young people, but is equally relevant for anyone pursuing, or already in, a committed relationship.
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Edward Fairley considers himself a spiritual individual who believes he was created to help people gain the knowledge he wishes he attained much earlier in life, by teaching and inspiring in a manner that makes possible the transformation of the negatives in life to positives. He is an advertising executive for the Virginian-Pilot. He enjoys his wife and two children, public speaking, mentoring, reading, cooking, stepping, and participating in a plethora of other self-improvement pursuits.
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Book Description Langdon Street Press (a division of Hillcrest Publishing Group, Inc.), 2011. Paperback. Book Condition: Used: Good. Bookseller Inventory # SONG1936183811