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Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada, 2006/06/01 - New ebook on relationships by Paul and Layne Cutright, relationship coaches.
If you think your relationship is failing because you’re with the wrong person, think again. According to relationship gurus Paul and Layne Cutright (paulandlayne.com), most people struggle in their romantic relationships because they have not yet learned the art of cooperation. Instead, we rely on ingrained patterns of command and control to acquire whatever it is we believe will make us happy. And usually we’re wrong about that too.
In their enlightening new e-book The New Future of Relationships: Secrets and Strategies for Moving Beyond Power Struggle, the Cutrights—sans psychobabble—reveal how it is that true love can quickly disintegrate into a never ending battle for the upper hand. It’s a battle the lover in all of us feels compelled to fight because both conditioning and instincts tell us to do so. We all want to be happy. We all need to look out for number one, right?
While the Cutrights might nod a knowing “Yes” to that question, there would be a strong caveat attached: “Letting go, cliché as it may sound, is really the only way to spiritual awakening, for yourself and for your relationship. Unfortunately,” says Paul Cutright, “most people spend a lifetime learning how to hold on instead of how to let go. This is understandable. But learning to let go in a way that nurtures romantic love, well, that’s a skill anyone can learn. And it’s crucial if you want to save a relationship that is plagued with issues of control. So, Layne and I wrote an e-book to specifically address this.”
True to the gentle yet straightforward style that has put the Cutrights at the top of their field for nearly thirty years, Paul and Layne begin The New Future of Relationships e-book with an inspiring explanation of The Law of Source, a universal principle under which all human beings operate, and the direct link to achieving infinite love and co-creation within a relationship.
From here, the Cutrights show readers exactly how issues of control develop within the individual over time. Then they turn this idea on its head, demonstrating that, by applying the Principle of Cooperation, couples can immediately begin to experience positive outcomes. Layne Cutright states that “Even a relationship on the verge of complete dissolution can make a comeback if both partners are willing to move from a perspective of control to one of cooperation. And make no mistake, the controlled has as much work to do as the controller.”
To discover pathways to relationship repair, visit paulandlayne.com and download The New Future of Relationships: Secrets and Strategies for Moving Beyond Power Struggle.