Best-selling relationship author Susan Page has been counseling both singles and couples on their romantic lives since 1980. She holds a Masters of Divinity from San Francisco Theological Seminary. Early in her career, she worked as Director of Women's Programs at the University of California at Berkeley, establishing the first university-based human sexuality program in the country.
An in-demand international speaker, Susan Page has traveled to over 26 states as well as Canada, Korea, Mexico, and Australia to speak on relationship topics. She has appeared on Good Morning America, CNN, NPR, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Montel Williams, Donahue, and dozens of other television and radio shows nationwide. Her work has been showcased in People Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Redbook, Glamour, New Woman, McCall's, and many other national publications.
Page also served as a consultant to writer/director Gary Goldberg on the romantic comedy Must Love Dogs, released in 2005.
Universally acclaimed by the country's most prominent relationship experts, this warm, optimistic, and practical guide gives couples surprising tools to improve their marriages. After 20 years of working with couples in workshop settings, Susan Page offers insights into the differences between thriving couples and those who focus more on their problems. When she interviewed happy couples to discover what they all have in common, the answers surprised even her, and are important for every couple to know.
A best-seller in its field, this extraordinary book has helped thousands of people improve their relationships--by freeing themselves from unrealistic expectations, enhancing their communication skills, improving intimacy, and setting clear boundaries. It's ideal for couples who want to bring out the best in their long-term relationships--and make commitment more fulfilling.
If you want to find your soul mate, you first have to know yourself. If I'm So Wonderful, Why Am I Still Single? offers intelligent, practical, and engaging guidance to singles looking to improve their romantic relationships--by getting to know their own past patterns and relationship needs. Guided at every step by Page's 10 strategies for better self-knowledge, readers will find quizzes, case studies, and anecdotes from the author's decades of experience as a counselor to both couples and singles. Each aspect of the book is tailored to help readers figure out what they really want--and learn not to settle for less.
If I'm So Wonderful, Why Am I Still Single? has been translated into 22 different languages, and this year celebrates the 25th anniversary of its debut. Offering advice that's positive, compassionate, and effective, this book will help readers understand their own romantic motivations and find the partner they're looking for.
This expert guide has put the dream of acquiring a publisher within reach for thousands of writers. Whether your book idea is a completed manuscript or still in the planning stages, The Shortest Distance Between You and a Published Book offers comprehensive, industry-savvy guidance on the steps to take to sell your book to a major publisher. Literary agents often advise their clients to read this book as their first step!
Susan Page is the author of several best-selling self-help books, and a veteran of the publishing industry. Here, she'll guide you step-by-step through the roadblocks that stall other writers, and help you toward a publishing strategy that gets results. You'll find in-depth information on the early steps to take, writing title ideas, developing winning book proposals, finding an agent, understanding publishing contracts, promoting your book, and more. Throughout the process, Page coaches you through both the emotional and practical obstacles you're likely to face. It's a must-read for anyone interested in a career as a published author.
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