Hierarchy of Love: The Guide to Help You Get the Best of Someones Love

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Morgan James Publishing, Jun 1, 2013 - Self-Help - 130 pages
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Many people want a loving committed relationship but cant seem to get to happily ever after. Many of us keep starting over, hoping the next one will be the last one. Others simply stay in relationships that make them miserable, hoping for that magical day when things will change. They probably wont. The problem is a host of different things, some we are aware of and the rest...we dont have a clue! Hierarchy of Love intends to give you a clue...Several in fact! Love, is a broad topic, leading to many questions. This author has focused on one question; how do we get the best of someones love? If you need an answer to that question; Hierarchy of Love, will give you that and so much more. Real love evokes inspiration. Hierarchy of Love will teach you how to inspire your mate to love you the way you want to be loved. You will have several aha moments!
 

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Contents

What is Love Really?
7
The Foundation Self Love
13
The Electricity Sex Appeal
39
The support Friendship
65
The Security Trust
81
The wow factor Respect
93
The Joy of Fulfilling LOVE
109
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Kenya L Coleman is a Veteran Hair Stylist from the city of Chicago. Her passion for empowering people is what led to a career in Cosmetology. Although that career was long it was merely a catalyst to a future in counseling. She has always known her destiny was not in styling hair and after eighteen years in that business she decided to go back to school. Two decades of talking to countless clients helped her discover a natural gift for making people interpret their experiences in a way that they hadnt before. She also discovered she was naturally analytical, a good listener, and was often sought after for counseling. Although Kenya considers herself a teacher she also feels she is a perpetual student willing to share every valuable lesson with anyone who needs it. She is currently in pursuit of her Doctoral Degree in Psychology. She now writes to share all of the lessons she has learned both directly and indirectly. This book is the first of many she intends to write to help others interpret their life experiences in ways that empower them instead of hinder them.

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