Post-Romantic Stress Disorder: Loving Consciously
Into each relationship we take the sum total of what we've learned throughout our lives. Our strongest traits, our weakest soft spots... we take it all and our partners become some of the most valuable teachers, reflecting for us all that we've learned and also all that we still are invited to learn. Joining us today to talk about relationship - with self and with our partners is theologian, counselor, teacher, and the author of numerous ground-breaking books including his latest, "Post-Romantic Stress Disorder: What to Do When the Honeymoon is Over", John Bradshaw.

John's legendary work has helped millions of people over several decades and with his newest book, he is focusing on saving our marriages. What is post-romantic stress disorder? Listen in and see if you recognize any of the symptoms within your own marriage and what you can do about it if you do! We are walking through the various stages, talking about everything from co-dependence to permanent love. It's a show you don't want to miss!

For more information about John, his work, his books, and all of his events, please visit www.JohnBradshaw.com.

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