PRLog - Aug. 28, 2008 - ATLANTA -- Resilience Expert encourage couples and parents to give 15 minutes while off this labor day to work on strengthening their relationships with a free, informative and entertaining online audio stream that makes simple sense of behavioral differences resulting in increased self esteem, improved relationships and laying a foundation that will make it easier to deal with inevitable conflict.
Strained Relationships Make Every Other Area of Life Harder
“Strained relationships make every other area of life harder. Zara’s teachings helped my wife and I unite against our issues and we’re enjoying more of life,” said Larry Busby. "Knowing that we differ is not enough,” says Zara. “Understanding HOW we differ is the foundation to self-esteem, accountability, resilience and respect in every relationship."
This audio book, based on temperaments, is delivered with such comfort and encouragement that it is like listening to an old friend...somebody who knows all of your greatness and flaws, yet accepts all of you; acceptance without exception, it’s what every person wants.
Zara is offering her system, free, because over the years she’s seen people and relationships revive and thrive with the awareness of individuality;
Media reviews of Zara’s mp3 and PDF downloadable products are available upon request. For more information, contact Zara directly, (678) 468-4163 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Zara Green
Zara Green is an Individuality Empowerment Advocate, Resilience Expert & Author providing simplified ways to distinguish & embrace individual differences, and practical tools to prevent setbacks, to flow with change and to master one’s future; creating a movement of those committed to deliberately making better decisions than their last. www.GrownIsSexy.com
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Grown Is Sexy is a movement of those committed to deliberately making better decisions than their last led by Zara Green, an Individuality Empowerment Advocate, Resilience Expert & Author preventing setbacks and flowing with changes.