Thursday, July 9, 2020

Heart First: How to Stay in Love When You're Falling out of it

Dr. Mel and her husband.
During this trying times, many couples find themselves lockdown with "Stay at Home" orders. For many, it has been a total nightmare, while for others, they have grown closer together. Before the Pandemic researched showed that the divorce rate was almost at 50% percent for all couples. Now, that the Pandemic hit, more couples are separating stating that they have simply fallen out of love. This brings a sadness to my heart as I have been happily married for thirty-seven years and my husband and I have been lockdown together since March 5, 2020. We have grown closer together, doing more things together, cooking together, and although, our customary Friday Night Date Nights no longer include us going to restaurants or shows, we find plenty to do to keep the romance going. We will have cocktails in the piano room or at our bar and we dress up for each other. We watch movies, take walks, and much more.

It isn't easy staying married that long; however, today's author, Dr. Sharon Yost, has plenty of advice in her new book "Heart First: How to Stay in Love When You're Falling out of it," published by Absolute Author Publishing house on July 7, 2020. I am also proud to say that I edited this magnificent book, so I can endorse the contents. If you are having problems in your relationship, I strongly recommend every couple read this book. In fact, each couple should purchase one book, so they can write it in and use it as a talking tool and open the lines of communication.

Heart First: How to Stay in Love When You're Falling out of it 

by Sharon Yost (Author), Melissa Caudle (Editor) 

A collection of six stories based on the research and guide book by author, of "Connecting with Rhythm."

Product details

Paperback: 60 pages
Publisher: Absolute Author Publishing House (July 7, 2020)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1649530188
ISBN-13: 978-1649530189
Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 0.1 x 8.3 inches


Dr. Sharon Yost was born and raised in Southern California, where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business/Administration from the University of Phoenix after which, she was accepted into the Master’s program at Chapman University. She transferred to Shepherd’s Care Bible College, where she completed a Licensed Doctor of Clinical Religious Counseling with a concentration in Nutrition and Herbal Counseling.

Dr. Yost is the author of “Connecting with Rhythm,” a guide to awareness, winning relationships, and learning to care for self and others. Yost’s approach is multi-faceted and has roots in a variety of disciplines that focus on love, comfort, and social interactions. Her greatest influence was her grandmother, who taught her good old-fashioned southern love and care toward other human beings.

Her greatest inspiration for authoring this book is an entirely personal experience. During her own two separate bouts of failed marriages, Yost dedicated herself to educate research and learn about healthy and unhealthy patterns when choosing a mate. Yost recognized that personality traits, emotional support, and care are just as important as the physical work in any healthy relationship.

She currently works as a Lifestyle Change Coach, Consultant, Holistic Practitioner, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Reiki Master, Lifestyle Counselor, and Holistic Creative Caregiver.
Learn more about Dr. Sharon Yost here.

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Dr. Sharon Yost

Connecting with Rhythm Workbook comes with the workshop.

Because relationship problems are complex and multidimensional, the solutions require both a clinical, innovative, and collaborative approach. Outcomes of many relationship conditions can be improved if the psychological, emotional, and behavioral problems are dealt with first.

In "Connecting with Rhythm," Dr. Sharon Yost teaches lovers how to combat a failing relationship by taking into cognizance both physical, mental, and lifestyle choices that can affect relationships.

Her approach supports the individual's intellectual, emotional, physical, spiritual, and interpersonal development by revealing six powerful traits that can destroy or enhance love relationships.