Nine Simple Ways for Singles to Keep the Spark Alive in their Relationships

The 9 Tenets of a Successful Relationship (for Singles) by Jay Hurt provides practical relationship advice to help improve their personal relationships. Hurt has developed 9 Tenets as the guide for relationship development, longevity and prosperity.
Feb. 19, 2011 - PRLog -- Throughout The 9 Tenets of a Successful Relationship (for Singles), Hurt draws upon his experiences, and the experiences of others, that taught him not to repeatedly make the same mistakes.  Instead of walking blindly through the process of a relationship, Hurt claims that taking the time to search for these 9 Tenets greatly simplifies the process.  He was driven to share his wealth of knowledge on relationships by his many friends and acquaintances.  Their appreciation for his advice, his numerous personal accounts, and a liberation through faith, has brought Hurt to a place where he can relate his pitfalls to help others be fulfilled and blessed in their relationships.  

Jay Hurt works as a sales professional selling to the Federal Government as a primary customer.  Hurt learned early in his career that fostering good relationships was as important, if not more important, than any product he could ever sell. Now he has repositioned some of the relationship-building techniques that he has applied in the business world - such as clear communication, appreciation and respect, with important elements that are crucial to successful relationships - such as constant work, growth, love and honor, in our personal lives.

The 9 Tenets of a Successful Relationship (for Singles) is available at the website: and other major on-line booksellers.  Also visit the writer's blog at
Source:Ascot Media Group
Phone:(281) 333-3507
Tags:Relationships, Singles, 9 Tenets, Jay Hurt, Marriage, African American Books, Relationship Books, Christian Relationships
Industry:Books, Lifestyle, Family
Location:Nashville - Tennessee - United States
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