Tuesday, February 12, 2013

The Art of Falling in Love Review...

I got the special opportunity to review Joe Beam’s recently published book The Art of Falling in Love just in time for Valentine’s Day!

This book is the culmination of Joe Beam’s years of study, counseling, research, and speaking—all on the subject of one of the most sought after treasures of the world—true, lasting LOVE. Joe claims emphatically that there is a process to falling in love—four steps in fact. And if you follow this process, you will fall in love whether you intend to or not. If you ignore or violate the process, you will fall out of love—whether you mean to or not. But Joe’s claims are far from conjecture; they are based on his years of success in helping over 100,000 people in matters of love.

The Art of Falling in Love describes, in a way you won’t find anywhere else, what love is, how to find it, how to keep from losing it, and how to get it back if you already have lost it. These four steps are concrete and easy to grasp, and when readers dig into these tried-and-proves principles, they will discover tools and truths that really work. In addition to the four steps to falling and staying in love, there is a full chapter devoted to those who have lost their love for each other that is based on Joe’s 75 percent success rate at working with couples who are on the verge of divorce – some, already divorced – and bringing them back to a committed, loving, passionate relationship.

My Review:

The Art of Falling in Love is a wonderful book! It's full of great information from many years of research. Joe says the most important thing to know about finding true love is that you must first love yourself. One way he talks about having a happy, healthy marriage is to compromise. There are lots of neat tips on falling in love, staying in love and renewing lost love. This is an excellent book to read as a couple! Thanks Joe Beam and Howard Books for another amazing book! :)

About the Author:
Joe Beam is an internationally-known speaker and author. He founded Family Dynamics Institute in 1994 and led it through rapid growth for fourteen years. In 2008, he founded LovePath International because he wanted to do more than just educate couples; he also wanted to benefit singles and change the way both married couples and singles live and love so that their relationships can be all they can be. He has appeared on television and radio, including ABC's Good Morning America, Focus on the Family, the Montel Williams Show, NBC's Today Show, The Dave Ramsey Show, The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet. He has been in magazines such as People and Better Homes and Gardens.  In addition to chairing LovePath International, Joe is Adjunct Faculty in the Psychology Department of Lipscomb University.

After earning his bachelor's degree (Magna Cum Laude) from Southern Christian University, Joe did graduate studies in Clinical Psychology at the University of Evansville. In December 2011, he will complete his PhD in Biomedical Science at the University of Sydney, consistently rated one of the top fifty universities in the world. He and his wife, Alice, live in Nashville, TN, and have three grown daughters.
DISCLAIMER: *I do not receive any money for my posts. I do however receive the review products at no charge to evaluate and express my opinion.* 


Mindy said...

Sounds like a great Valentine's day gift!

Beth said...

I would love to read this with my husband. Thanks for the review and telling me about it Shauna!

Angela said...

Love the sound of this book!!! Sounds really interesting and great information and help to both single and married people, thanks for this review

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Lydia Moore said...

Perfect timing for a love book to come out right before Valentine's Day! I am going to order this now.

Patty said...

Looks great!