During these tough times especially, when many of us have suffered the loss of cars, homes, lifesavings, and peace of mind, we need to look deeper into ourselves to seek out the source of our failures. These circumstances, while difficult, create an excellent opportunity for the people of our nation to learn more about who we are and about our relationships with one another. Our underlying desires are the key to understanding the things about us that are just beneath the surface. If we fail to accept that we have them, they will soon re-emerge through the way we treat one another. A large part of getting to know yourself at a deeper level, without dissatisfaction, is reaching that understanding of ‘why you do what you do’.
Being married and not feeling it is a growing trend in America. The likelihood of to death do us part is not a reality in America where over 50% marriages end in divorce and African Americans are leading the pack among all ethnic groups in divorce in the good ole United of States of America. We all have had our periods of wondering how did I get into this and how can I get out or better deal with these things I’m feeling? Dr. T wrote this book to the person who wonders and provides helpful answers and insights on how to gain ground from where you’ve steered so far off course in your relationships.