I wrote Cupid on Trial – What We Learn About Love When Loving Gets Tough for you and someone you love. I want to help couples make their relationships happier, healthier, and more meaningful. In the book, I share my vision of what it means to love and be loved in our contemporary world—including what it means to love yourself. It addresses the question: What is love? What is the fluff and what is the real deal? It’s a unique book of insight, inspiration, and romance, written in simple story form and easy to understand.
Cupid on Trial is about real couples who are struggling with love in turbulence, relationships pushed to the brink, and situations they never saw coming. You will laugh, cry, scratch your head, even tremble as I take you into the minds and feelings of these couples. You will love some of them—they are heroes. Others you will not like at all. Love or hate, I promise you will be entertained and come away with a deeper understanding of yourself and someone you love.
About The Author:
I have been teaching about intimacy, researching relationships, and counseling couples for years. My research studies, known as Intimate Justice Theory, have been published in prestigious academic journals and have won numerous awards for their focus on spirituality and personal responsibility.
I am a Professor at Berry College, near Atlanta, Georgia where I serve as Chair of the Education Department and as Director of the Family Studies Program. I earned a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) from Florida State University in Family Science and a Master’s Degree from Michigan State University in Family and Child Science. I went to college at Santa Clara University in California where I majored in the Psychology of Religion.
I am affiliated with the American Psychological Association, the International Family Therapy Association, and the Family Science Association of America.
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