How Successful Women Can Find
by LeslieBeth Wish, EdD, MSS
Are you a woman who has made great advances in your career but not in your romantic relationships? Do you flip between the same types of men, never happy in love? Do you worry that you can’t trust your judgment in men, fear you won’t recover from breakups or feel that you’re “done” with men? As a professional woman, it can be confusing and frustrating to be smart about your career but not about love.
Smart Relationships gives women who have broken through the glass ceiling but not the love ceiling pragmatic tools and proven strategies to find satisfaction in romance. Dr. LeslieBeth Wish, a psychologist and licensed social worker with over thirty-five years of experience, teaches women the structure of intimate relationships and how to break free of their past negative relationship cycles. She reveals her proactive “Brave and Best Self” approach that helps women examine their own behavior, identify how it affects their relationships and make the changes necessary to create a happy and fulfilling relationship.
This book will show women how to recognize that relationships are challenges and they must go beyond their emotional comfort zones to find healthy and happy connections. It is possible for women to be successful in both career and love.
"...teaches women the structure of intimate relationships and how to break free of past failures."
— Bookviews by Alan Caruba
"...gives women techniques and insights into their psyches to identify and change self-
— The Midwest Book Review
LeslieBeth Wish, EdD, MSS, psychologist and licensed social worker, writes a weekly relationship column for www.QualityHealth.com and serves on the site’s Medical Advisory Board. Named a top fifty social worker by the National Association of Social Workers, she is the founder of www.lovevictory.com, founder and co-director of the Counseling Network for the Special Operations Warrior Foundation and a faculty member at Florida State University. Dr. Wish earned her doctorate in developmental psychology at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst and her master’s in clinical social work and management from Bryn Mawr College. She maintains a private practice in Sarasota, Florida.
Nonfiction, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, 240 pages
LC# 2012945211, world rights
ISBN-13: 978-0-88282-438-3 (pb), $14.95
ISBN-13: 978-0-88282-439-0 (eBook), $14.95