After suffering through years of unsuccessful blind dates, meet and
greets and internet dating, Marion Baker was still single in her
mid-forties and at her wits end. She was fed up with packing her last
remnants of dignity to leave yet another failed relationship, What was
the secret to lasting relationships? Marion realized she hadn’t a clue.
And she knew she was not alone.
Marion deftly explores our
self-defeating patterns — the whispers of our subconscious mind and how
they lead us into heartbreak — and offers pioneering insights that give
new hope for women looking for lasting love.
Marion Baker is a Registered Therapeutic Counsellor with a speciality in transpersonal therapy – a modality that marries spirituality and psychology. It took Marion thirty years of searching for love to finally uncover the key to sustaining long-term, loving relationships. Equipped with another way to look at relationships that make them more effective as well as create greater spiritual connection and freedom, she felt compelled to share this ground-breaking perspective with women who have been frustrated in finding lasting love. She resides in Surrey, British Columbia.
One More Try will help you . . .Take the next step when blindsided in marriage;Discover healthy ways to manage frustration and anger;Effectively deal with loneliness;Renew hope and trust in your spouse; andRebuild your marriage from the ground up.
Distress or even separation do not necessarily mean divorce is imminent. Matter of fact, it’s possible that these may even lead to a restored, enriched, growing marriage. The outcome of this challenging time is determined solely by the individuals involved. If you’re willing to make the most of that process, then begin the journey with confidence as Gary walks you step-by-step towards healing and hope.
*The content of this book has been significantly revised and updated from its previous title Hope for the Separated.*
Divorce is difficult under the best of circumstances. When your spouse has borderline personality disorder (BPD), narcissistic personality disorder (NPD), or is manipulative, divorcing can be especially complicated. While people with these tendencies may initially appear convincing and even charming to lawyers and judges, you know better—many of these “persuasive blamers” leverage false accusations, attempt to manipulate others, launch verbal and physical attacks, and do everything they can to get their way.
Splitting is your legal and psychological guide to safely navigating a high-conflict divorce from an unpredictable spouse. Written by Bill Eddy, a family lawyer, therapist, and divorce mediator, and Randi Kreger, coauthor of the BPD classic Stop Walking on Eggshells, this book includes all of the critical information you need to work through the process of divorce in an emotionally balanced, productive way.
Turn to this guide to help you:Predict what your spouse may do or say in court Take control of your case with assertiveness and strategic thinking Choose a lawyer who understands your case Learn how e-mails and social networking can be used against you