Relationship Purgatory, for Two by Karen Sala guides singles, and married couples on identifying and avoiding common pitfalls that can damage relationships while fostering the kind of love, passion and desire that will last a lifetime.
According to Ms. Sala, many dating or marriage relationships become so overburdened with problems leaving the couples within that relationship to feel as though they are trapped in purgatory – committed to a loved one but unsure how to recapture the happiness, desire, lust they once knew, wanted and desired. Perhaps, they now are possibly looking for these same needs, in outside relationships. Ms. Sala offers advice through Relationship Purgatory, for Two, that this phenomenon can be overcome when each individual works to gain a better understanding of their own development, desires and attitudes, within their own relationship. The book leads readers through an emotional self-examination intended to reveal the ways in which partners relate to each other, offering a new perspective and opening up personal perceptions, on resolving issues that can often destroy relationships, cause affairs, abuse, and bring about unwanted outcomes.
Ms. Sala communicates, “Without understanding, or knowledge of the real issues with the individuals within the relationship, it will often bring about a long list of personal excuses and a level of disassociation from each other leaving the individuals no where closer and often further away within their own relationship.
“In any relationship it is helpful to know more about yourself, your boundaries and how you love, accept love and give love,” “This book takes the complicated, emotional dramas that can push us away from the people we love the most and allows the reader to approach their emotional and physically needs on more comprehensible terms.” Says, Ms. Sala.
“Sometimes the love is over, the needing and the wanting is gone, but people just don’t know how to walk away or end as friends, and be honest. This in turns creates a long list of additional emotional hurt, not wanted, needed or beneficial in relationships. Yet, for many couples this is and becomes their relationship.” Says, Sala.
Inspired after interviewing hundreds of couples and individuals who were in complicated emotional relationships, the book encourages readers to examine, understand and accept their own frustrations, hurt, pain and disappointments. Ms. Sala offers awareness that this process is critical to the formation of the kind of lasting trust and intimacy that exists in fulfilling romantic partnerships, and loving relationships.
Relationship Purgatory, for Two is available for sale online at Amazon.com and other retail book channels