Loving The Wrong Person – Top 10 Red Flags
Award-Winning New Author CShaw Debuts Relationship Book
With the country’s growing obsession with reality dating television, it’s no wonder the dating service industry in the United States was projected to be worth $2.1 billion in 2011, with an estimated 1,500 online dating services, according to Time magazine.
RSVP TODAY! SPACE IS LIMITED! Official Book Signing of
“Loving The Wrong Person: Top 10 Red Flags” by Author CShaw
Saturday, June 2nd @ The Lobby Bar & Bistro
361 17th St – Atlanta, GA 30363
(Ground floor of Twelve Hotel in Atlantic Station)
RSVP at: cshaw.eventbrite.com
So, how do you find true love and pick the right mate? Atlanta-based relationship author CShaw tells readers how in her soon-to-be released new book Loving the Wrong Person: Top 10 Red Flags. A special book signing event will be held on Saturday, June 2, from 7 p.m. – 11 p.m. at The Lobby Bar and Bistro, located on the ground floor of Twelve Hotel – Atlantic Station, 361 17th Street. The event is free and open to the public.
In Loving the Wrong Person, CShaw shares with readers how to recognize 10 critical tell-tale signs of ill-fated relationships and, more importantly, how to avoid being in one through the use of case studies and interviews. The book helps readers better understand patterns in their own lives that have lead them either to develop red flags or to be attracted over and over to individuals with the same red flags. Readers will better understand their own values and how to assert them in a relationship. The book also will better equip readers to address concerns in existing relationships.
Written with humor, candor and truth, CShaw explains different types of relationships and tells how to choose the right one. The book covers such issues as cheating, insecurity, jealousy, addiction, and more. Written in three sections, Part 1 gives the foundation of why we seek relationships and what types of people to avoid. Part 2 discusses the top 10 red flags in detail.
Part 3 concludes with a chapter on how to choose the right relationship, and also contains additional resources in the appendices section including Relationship Readiness Surveys designed to help the reader understand their level of relationship readiness and commitment as well as that of their love interest. The surveys are very helpful with basic questions everyone should know when involved in a relationship. The relationship readiness will be flagged as low or in the red, which means stop, don’t proceed; medium which means proceed with caution; and high which is green for go for it! The reader can consciously note their differences and measure questionable flags between the surveys in a calculated Gap Analysis. Additionally, each chapter has a personal story from survey respondents as well as real life experiences of the author.
“CShaw offers up a generous serving of life experiences and research about relationships; useful, delightful, down-to-earth, and an easy, enjoyable read,” remarks Dr. Rosa McDaniel-Ashe, Atlanta, Georgia. CShaw says oftentimes we approach relationships the way we’ve seen them modeled by our parents or peers. “If we grow up in a home with an abusive father, we may become desensitized and find ourselves in a similar relationship because it’s comfortable, even though it’s dysfunctional. Likewise, if our mother always involved her family in her marriage problems, we might do the same thing without realizing the destruction it can cause.”
She won the University of Georgia’s 2010 Harriett Austin Writer’s Conference Best Non-Fiction Award. This is her first self-help book.
For more information, go to www.authorcshaw.com.