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Dallas Bishop Releases Relationships Advice with New eBook, CD Series
Bisho Urge Men and Women to Incorporate New Prayer Strategies To Improve Their Relationships and Embrace Their Struggle in Living
Davis, who is also nationally known as the relationship strategist, uses the butterfly as a metaphor of survival and transformation through life cycles.
"People are tired, defeated, frustrated, hurting and disappointed with life," Davis said, "due to their struggle to survive."
Davis advises that people need to change their viewpoint to focus on what can be changed. Davis, who has been married over 27 years, said that 23 of those years have been good. The father of three children recommends that, "we change how we think, because the butterfly has no choice but to embrace its struggles and work through them just to live."
Davis' eBook and CDs offers his readers and listeners - a rich source of useful advice in helping men and women cope with their struggles as he teaches them ‘strategies’
"Just like the butterfly struggling to get out of its cocoon we humans strive to get out of our tough places (problems),"
Over the years, Davis said he has counseled both individuals and married couples about how to improve their relationships or marital struggle. "It is prayer that the CDs will help them to redefine themselves,"
Davis draws upon his abilities to communicate effectively, leadership skills combined with his ministerial experience and practical application during his 27 years of marriage to combat the forces that defy a successful relationship or marriage.
Davis offers weekly relational or marital advice on the "LIVE RELATIONSHIP TALK LINE", 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. CST every Thursday evening. Toll Free Call: (760) 569-6000; Code 474372#. To read the "Unveiling the Butterfly" series and buy the CDs, go to Davis' website, http://mydadavis.com. Any media interested in interviewing Bishop Davis may contact Neil Foote, Foote Communications, 214.448.3765, firstname.lastname@example.org.