Relationship Coach, Kathy Dawson has written several books to help couples live their best lives together.
104 Dates In and Around Cleveland
Kathy Dawson’s new 104 Dates In and Around Cleveland is the answer for any couple suffering from the “Someday Syndrome,” a condition couples contract when they think that dating can wait until the kids leave home, work slows down, or the raise comes through Divided into 18 different themes, the dates in this ebook will help lift you and your mate out of your date night rut of continually going to the same restaurant or the same movie theater.
Research shows that when mates do new and different things together, positive chemicals pulse through their bodies, making them feel closer emotionally and physically. This is definitely a “feel good” book!
“104 Dates In and Around Cleveland” is a downloadable ebook so you can purchase it now and be reading it in minutes!
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Every successful marriage has a story worth sharing. This book shares 40 inspiring stories of couples who are young and old, black and white, professional and blue collar. Their very variety reflects the melting pot of their chosen hometown. Some stories are powerful. Some are simple. Each is a touching look at a pair of people who have found their own way to build a life together.
Some couples are local celebrities, like TV8 anchor Wilma Smith and her husband, Tom Gerber; former Indian’s manager Mike Hargrove and his wife, Sharon, and Cleveland mayor Jane Campbell and her husband, Hunter Morrison. And some are ordinary people coping with extraordinary situations, like Crystal and Steve Dzurnak, who battled cancer together; and Mary Lou and Jim Beers, whom paralysis could not stop.
These stories are like 40 small gifts. They can help any couple rediscover the values that make their own relationship so meaningful. They offer a glimpse into successful marriages that shine with the transformative power of deep personal commitment.
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Published by Penguin Putnam/Perigee, and nominated for the 5th annual self-improvement award, “Better Life Award 2000”, Kathy Dawson’s book, Diagnosis: Married (How to deal with marital conflict, heal your relationship, and create a rewarding and fulfilling marriage) was released on December 11, 2000.
Dr. Dean Ornish endorses Diagnosis: Married by saying, “Her years of experience teaching mates how to create an exciting and fulfilling life together [have] made her an expert whose advice is widely sought after.”
Publisher’s Weekly Review
In short, succinct chapters, couples coach Kathy Dawson explores the many parts that add up to the greater sum of marriage in Diagnosis: Married. With great empathy, Dawson addresses common spousal difficulties one at a time, making marital improvement a manageable, even appealing, task. Covering topics such as money, sex, distractions, time management and communication habits, the book imparts gentle, common sense advice that’s easy for anyone to swallow.
The Cure for the Common Relationship
Just because you’ve been bickering, or feeling bored, or stressed, or angry, it doesn’t mean your relationship is suffering from something terminal. In fact, it usually means that you’re a normal couple trying to cope in a distracting, difficult world.
Relationship coach, Kathy Dawson offers a fast-acting, long-lasting prescription for the dreaded symptoms of modern married life – by showing that the way you react to issues and conflicts can determine whether your relationship survives and thrives. You’ll learn how to…
- battle bedroom boredom – with playful new approaches to sex
- recapture romance – with hand-delivered roses, hide-and-seek greeting cards, and other imaginative ideas
- create your own desert island – by unplugging, unwinding, and finding each other again
- soothe stress – by learning how to handle conflicts over careers, kids, in-laws, and more
- manage money – by communicating your financial fears and developing strategies for saving and spending
Every marriage has its painful moments. With the advice in this book, you can turn those moments into “growing pains” – so your marriage is once again strong, stable,… and glowing with good health.