I questioned my ability as a partner.
I had no idea how I was going to confront this new identity as a non-partnered person.
I questioned the scope of my professional knowledge. Did I really understand all that I thought I did about romantic relationships?
So fascinated, that I spent years reading study after study and devouring all the literature available about research other psychiatrists had done on divorce.
I trained and practiced in both individual psychoanalysis and couples' work so I could help both individuals as individuals, but also the couple as a whole with two individuals in it.
And from all that work, personal experience, and counseling thousands of individuals, I came up with my own unique relationship model, which I call Yours, Mine, Ours: Romantic Partnership Done Right.
A book that acts as a beacon of hope either during or after the heartbreak of divorce. In this book, I apply easy-to-understand psychological theory to help you heal from the grief of losing a spouse and confidently define who you are as an individual.
With entrepreneurship becoming more common, it’s more important than ever for fiercely independent and driven individuals to understand how to balance the two most important things in their life: work and love. This books helps driven entrepreneurs bridge the gap so they don’t fall into the cliche of sacrificing one aspect of their lives for the other… to have a successful romance and a successful business.