"Dr. Love shares the amazing true story of her spiritual reconnection with her deceased husband and the emotional healing that has transformed her life."
Known to millions as "Dr. Love," Dr. Jamie Turndorf has appeared on numerous TV shows and is the "go-to" relationship expert on CNN, CBS, VHI, WebMD and MSNBC.
She has been delighting audiences for three decades with her extraordinary blend of professional expertise, spicy humor and remarkable ability to turn clinical psychobabble into easy-to-understand concepts that transform lives.
Wherever she goes, Dr. Love brings down the house with her sometimes outrageous (but right on!) advice when it comes to sex, love and romance. Audiences love her witty and explicit answers and, as Dr. Love says, she has been "dubbed the resident Love Doctor for CNN!”
Jack Canfield, author of the NY Times #1 bestseller, Chicken Soup for the Soul: "Dr. Turndorf has relationships figured out. If you want a great relationship, you must read her book and follow her 10-step method for lasting love."
Broadcast in 80 countries worldwide, her radio show "Ask Dr. Love” can be heard on KKNW in Seattle and on WebTalkRadio.Net. Dr. Love's conflict resolution and communication methods have helped turn clashes with spouses, partners, and family members or friends into a deeper and more lasting connection. Her Dr. Love's Quickie and Reading Between the Sheets segments are fun and informative. The doctor also has 30-second relationship advice spots, syndicated on terrestrial radio in every market in the U.S, named Dr. Love's Love Bites. But Dr. Love doesn't stop there – she also has an entertaining website (celebritycouch.com) that tackles celebrity relationships and woes.
John Gray, Ph.D., author of the NY Times #1 bestseller, Women are From Venus, Men are From Mars: "If anger and fighting are ruining your dream of a happy marriage, Dr. Turndorf's 12 step conflict resolution program is for you."
The author of Kiss Your Fights Good-bye: Dr. Love's 10 Simple Steps to Cooling Conflict and Rekindling Your Relationship (Hay House), Till Death Do Us Part (Unless I Kill You First): A Step-by-Step Guide for Resolving Relationship Conflict (Henry Holt & Co.) and her newly-released book, Love Never Dies: How to Reconnect and Make Peace with the Deceased (Hay House), Dr. Turndorf can help anyone grieving for a loved one understand that while they're missed, they are not "lost.” In her latest book, Dr. Love shares the amazing true story of her spiritual reconnection with her deceased husband and the emotional healing that has transformed her life.
Love Never Dies: How to Reconnect and Make Peace with the Deceased
At online outlets everywhere and at the book page on the author's website: http://askdrlove.com/page/love-never-dies-how-reconnect-and-make-peace-deceased
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