February 5, 2008
Give Your Valentine More Love & More Joy!
If your love relationships could use a boost, why not give yourself (and your honey if you’ve got one) a Valentine’s Day gift that will bring you both More Love & More Joy all year long?
Jennifer Martin, a Personal Coach and co-author of More Love, More Joy! – Simple Steps to Improve Your Relationships & Your Life, (Discovery Bay Books) says the most amazing thing you can do for any new or existing relationship is to take some time each year to discover what your needs are and how what you desire may have changed. Then, when you are ready, take some time to share your thoughts with your partner.
After spending many years helping people discover how to overcome obstacles in their businesses and personal lives, Jennifer has found that the primary reasons people don’t get exactly what they want in their relationships is because they either don’t take the time to figure out just what they’d like, or, they just don’t specifically ask their partners for what they want. It was with this in mind that she began More Love, More Joy!.
What started as a list of questions covering a broad range of topics, from how you’d like to celebrate your birthday to your preferences in the bedroom, gradually grew into a step-by-step guide to help people communicate more effectively and overcome many other relationship challenges. As part of the process, readers create a “Wishbook,” a personal instruction manual to help identify and communicate their specific desires to their partner.
Jennifer says, “I wanted to help anyone who felt there was room for improvement in their love relationships to get more of what they wanted. But it was so much more than that. I knew if people discovered an easy way to start talking about their life together, that it would not only help each partner individually, but would also improve their relationship as a whole. Any couple can start connecting on a deeper and more meaningful level using this process, even if only one of them reads the book or does the work.”
So, if you are looking for something other than chocolates or flowers this Valentine’s Day, consider giving the gift of time, conversation, and consideration. And make this February 14th a date that will help bring you both a little closer everyday of the year.
If you are interested in learning how to create the most balanced, healthy, and mutually-enjoyable relationships possible, visit http://www.MoreLoveMoreJoy.com to learn more about the book, CD, personal coaching, and upcoming seminars.
More Love, More Joy! Meditations CD is Released
Discovery Bay Books announces the release of their audio CD, More Love, More Joy! Meditations (ISBN 978-1-934681-23-7; UPC 87756900803). Author Jennifer Martin reads directly from her original, relaxing and transformational meditations found in More Love, More Joy! – Simple Steps to Improve Your Relationships & Your Life, accompanied by the relaxing background music of Harry Henshaw.
Professionally mixed and mastered, this 71 minute CD guides listeners through five thought-provoking guided visualizations. Each meditation was created to help anyone align themselves with their inner desires so that they can experience the most satisfying relationships imaginable.
Whether it's time to start fresh with a “Clean Slate” (track 1) or time to understand how “Letting Go of Limiting Beliefs” (track 5) can transform your relationships, this amazing CD will delight anyone ready to welcome More Love and More Joy into their lives.
To place an order for More Love, More Joy! Meditations ($14.95 US) contact Discovery Bay Books toll-free at 800-936-0036, visit MoreLoveMoreJoy.com or Amazon.com.
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Visitors can download the first chapter, learn how to Host their own More Love, More Joy! book group, and stay up to date on the authors and the More Love, More Joy! process.
To order your copy of More Love, More Joy! ($14.95 US/$21.95 CAN), contact Discovery Bay Books at (800) 936-0036, visit www.amazon.com, or place an order at almost any bookstore (through the Ingram catalog).