Life Simplified - Winner of 2013 Telly Award

Introducing…The Life Simplified Concepts (LSC).

The purpose of my book is to introduce the Life Simplified Concepts (LSC), to the overall public that does not have access to my tiny, little, office for a private session. As much as it is put together to serve as a guide for those who cannot share this educational experience of becoming better people with me in private, it is also written for past and present clients to provide them with additional literature and further assist their journey to a better life, marriage, or long-term relationship. I believe that whether they are past, present, or future clients, providing them with this comprehensive guideline, will gradually teach all couples, and people in general, how to understand and fix their own problems without having to resort to professional help every time they feel stuck.

My philosophy about marriage and long-term relationships is pretty academic in that, I believe that people do not have to, or ought not to, resort to outside professional help to fix every little problem in their marriage, nor should they ignore or suppress it and live in misery. I truly believe that as long as they are given the right information in a pragmatic, intelligent manner, people can and should take care of their own affairs effectively. Couples, mature adult couples to be exact, are capable of figuring out their own issues and solving them by themselves, if they are well informed on these two pertinent points: the source of their problem and the reason why they have said problem. The LSC will not only make it clear as to the source and reason of their problems but it also give them the necessary guide and support-system to deal and fix their problems for as long as they wish it.

The Life Simplified Concepts (LSC) are put together following four logical steps. These four steps will teach you chronologically on (1) how to prepare yourself for a relationship prior to settling down; (2) how to understand the components of a relationship and how these components relate to each other; (3) how to create a relationship that is suitable for you and your partner both; and (4) how to maintain what you have created with happiness and longevity in mind?

Dr. Tseday

About the author

Dr. Tseday is a clinical psychologist and one of the country's leading experts in marriage, relationships, and self development. She advocates a unique and at times controversial approach to the dynamics of marriage and personal development, the necessary element for a successful relationship. Read more »

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