Creating a Love That Lasts – by Melissa (Salmon) Cocuzza
The book guides couples to reflect upon their relationships, their experiences, and matters that influence their relationship. It offers practical exercises for couples to be more appreciative of each other keeping the positive aspects in sight, to avoid taking each other for granted.
It is my hope that couples will look at their relationship overall, and recognize why it is fulfilling and why it may not be as fulfilling as they would like. By applying these concepts, couples will have new conversation and see what improvements can or should be made.
Since love is the most powerful emotion we share, it plays a key part towards reaching our greatest potential. A positive foundation for love allows us the freedoms to pursue our individual purpose, which will lead us to fulfilling our unique destinies. If we are constantly challenged with efforts towards fixing a relationship, we are clearly not putting that energy towards other constructive pursuits.
Melissa Salmon is an Author, Speaker and has been studying and practicing two forms of Japanese psychology Naikan & Morita for over 20 years. She is certified by the ToDo Institute, an education and retreat center located in Monkton, Vermont. www.todoinstitue.org