November 16th, 2006 07:43 EST
Judyth Piazza chats wtih Jack Rosenblum, Author of 5 Secrets of Marriage from the Heart
According to a national study 43 percent of first marriages in the U.S. end in divorce. Can a new book help to decrease that number and lead to stronger relationships? "The 5 Secrets of Marriage from the Heart" is a fictional account of a professional couples` struggles and solutions. Here today are the book`s authors Jack Rosenblum and Corinne Dugas.
"Five Secrets of Marriage from the HEART"
Hear and understand me
Even if you disagree, please don`t make me wrong
Acknowledge the greatness within me
Remember to look for my loving intentions
Tell me the truth with compassion
The following information has been provided by our guest:
With most weddings occurring in summer months, and with 43% of first (and 60% of 2nd) marriages in the U.S ending in divorce*, please consider a timely and informative interview with author and marital expert, Jack Rosenblum.
Move over Dr. Phil! Jack Rosenblum will share The 5 Secrets of Marriage from the Heart (Tate Publishing - July 2006) which brings optimism and hope to an institution that could use a lot of both.
With wit, candor and empathy, Rosenblum explains the 5 Secrets of the Heart (unspoken requests) and how they work to help:
a. Newlyweds establish a strong foundation
b. Couples whose marriage is less than they hoped for
c. Long time partners who relate well but don`t feel close
d. Those searching for ways to help and support friends or family members in troubled marriages
Based in Deerfield, MA, Jack Rosenblum and his co-author/wife Corinne Dugas have been married for almost 30 years. They are also co-creators of the popular LoveWorks couples workshops which they`ve been running throughout New England for the past decade.
More about authors and LoveWorks: http://www.love-works.org
*According to U.S. National Center for Health Statistics