Valentine's Day Books: True Love Is Easier to Find Than You Think - Claims Relationship Strategist and #1 Bestselling Author Sky Blossoms, Reveals Secrets to Lasting Happiness in New Book 'Best Thing Ever' - CW15 - OMAHA

Valentine's Day Books: True Love Is Easier to Find Than You Think - Claims Relationship Strategist and #1 Bestselling Author Sky Blossoms, Reveals Secrets to Lasting Happiness in New Book 'Best Thing Ever'

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LOS ANGELES, Feb. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Much of what Americans think is love really isn't, but instead is behavior fueled by fear, insecurity, dependency, and jealousy, claims Sky Blossoms, relationship strategist for the success-minded and #1 best-selling author.

Sky shines the light on misleading common perceptions and busts the most dangerous myths about relationships in her newly published, leading-edge book "Best Thing Ever: Escape Disappointments and Drama and Let True Love Into Your Life."

"Most people are confused when it comes to love and partnership. Popular advice is focused on pretense and manipulation: how to dress to impress, what to say and how to behave. The reality of creating a truly happy union is quite different," she said.

Blossoms argues that much of what Americans believe makes relationships work not only isn't true – it could actually cause damage and even lead to a breakup.

Here are 3 things to watch out for:

  1. Good relationships do not require hard work or sacrifice. In fact, couples should not have to work on their relationships at all. Every relationship is a reflection of a person's inner world. Fixing a relationship is like trying to improve the mirror if you don't like the reflection. Instead, each partner should commit to becoming the best version of him or herself and bring their best into the partnership. Personal beliefs, attitudes, and communication skills should be addressed rather than the relationship.
  2. Relationships founded on give and take are inherently flawed. Doing something for your partner hoping for reciprocity will lead to developing expectations. Often these expectations are not met, which leads to detrimental consequences: resentment, blame and withdrawal of affection. Instead, only do things for your mate that you feel inspired to do, because it makes you feel good. Then your reward is granted immediately in the pleasure of giving. "Successful relationships are not built on 50/50 participation, but on 100/100 contribution. Give it all you've got every time. When you hold back, you'll suffer," she said.
  3. People should stop guarding for their partner's loyalty and embrace the freedom as the basis for a lasting union. This does not mean polygamy, rather an acknowledgement that commitment doesn't imply that partners belong to each other. Participating in a relationship is a choice on a moment-to-moment basis. Adjust your demand of fidelity to appreciation for your partner and his or her choice to be with you.

"My own journey from divorce and heartbreaks to a fascinating ever-evolving love story led to remarkable discoveries. I wanted to see if these insights were unique to my marriage, or the same principles applied to other successful unions as well," said Blossoms, who interviewed a number of extraordinary couples for her book.

Sandra Yancey, the Founder of eWomenNetwork, ABC Radio Host, and Author, shared her perspective on Blossoms' new book: "Best Thing Ever is refreshing and genuine. It will help you claim your personal power and tune into your intuition. You will learn the real essence of love and the art of creating an invigorating life partnership."

"'Best Thing Ever' is a treasure chest filled with practical advice," said Thomas Bahler, legendary musician, producer and author.

Readers will get strategies to:

  1. Build a solid foundation for lasting happiness
  2. Recognize the right partner
  3. Discern love from infatuation

"My mission is to help people break free from the confinements of fear and insecurities and to create truly fulfilling relationships. Knowledge alone won't take you far, this is why I supply proven practical tools that are easy to implement," added Blossoms.

Sky Blossoms is giving away her NEW Guided Meditations with purchase to celebrate the release at bestthingever.com

About Sky Blossoms:

Sky Blossoms is a sought-after personal guide for many famed individuals when it comes to heart matters. She is known for catapulting her clients into the next orbit of personal happiness.

Sky hails from an ancestry of powerful healers. Her uncanny talent allows her to see beyond the surface challenge and to tap into the very source of the issue. Her work catalyzes a shift in energy and consciousness, permanently resolving the problem.

Sky's natural gift is combined with a degree from a medical university in Ukraine and more than a decade of studying psychology, human behavior, traditional modalities and metaphysical approaches.

Sky Blossoms is a recognized industry expert, speaker, and a popular media guest. She appeared on CBS Radio, VoiceAmerica and Mundo Fox22 among others.

To get your copy of "Best Thing Ever" go to bestthingever.com

For private coaching sessions with Sky Blossoms email: kelly@BestThingEver.com

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