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How to Build a Lasting Loving Relationship

ISBN: 9781626520738
Binding: Paperback
Author: Myrna Mazzola Zezza
Pages: 196
Trim: 6 x 9 inches

It's no great surprise to most of us-relationships aren't easy. Many good relationship books have information on some aspects of relationships such as communication trust or intimacy. We need more than that to create a lasting loving relationship. Myrna Zezza has developed a "blueprint" to help us do exactly that. Using the analogy of building a house How to Build a Lasting Loving Relationship provides the information we need to achieve the relationship we've always wanted.

Myrna Zezza's clever analogies sound principles and insightful tools will educate and inspire you. "Discovery Tool" processes will help awaken your awareness of various subjects or situations. How to Build a Lasting Loving Relationship is filled with encouraging anecdotes and specific examples all told in Zezza's engaging upbeat conversational style. Now you no longer have to search for the answers- Myrna Zezza neatly offers them in this one book.


It was the painful ending of my first marriage in 1975 that propelled me to search for answers-first though the traditional method of psychotherapy then through spiritual study. I am fortunate that my quest for understanding led to my training as a teacher of personal and spiritual growth by Empyrean Ministries in Honolulu Hawaii. I have added to my initial training as a counselor and teacher with classes in Psychosynthesis Psychological Kinesiology and A Course in Miracles.

I have been counseling individuals and couples in relationship skills since 1983. For ten years I was a guest instructor for Wäxthuseta personal development center in Sweden.

I have also been a guest instructor at the University of G&aumlvle in Sweden and at the University of Hawaii's Shidler College of Business teaching undergraduate and graduate classes in communication skills.

I live in Hawaii with William G. Chung my husband of twenty-five years where we teach workshops together.