Friday, October 16, 2009

Preview: Prince Harming Syndrome by Karen Salmansohn


 Book Stats from Amazon:

  • Hardcover: 224 pages
  • Publisher: QNY (September 15, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 084370926X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0843709261
  • Reader Information:

    Do you feel as if you have a KICK ME SIGN on your heart? Unfortunately PRINCE HARMING SYNDROME seems to be a syndrome that plagues women of every age in every kingdom near and far. This NEW book will break bad love patterns for good!

    It may not be a book you ordinarily pick off the shelf, it’s also not your typical love advice book! In fact, PRINCE HARMING SYNDROME merges the ancient Greek philosophy of Aristotle with modern cognitive therapy plus a pinch of quantum physics—explaining how to break free from limiting beliefs and (b)lame excuses—so women can FINALLY snag the happily ever after love relationship they desire and deserve! 

    My Immediate Thoughts:

    I have briefly looked at this book and it appears to include some helpful information for women such as myself. Most people assume that I have been married for years, but truthfully I have had a proven history of dating Mr. Wrong, and Mr. Beyond Wrong for most of my life. It was fun but ultimately unsatisfying and frustrating. I have only in the past 6 years, since meeting and marrying my husband, been in able to shake that label. Because of my personal past, and the subsequent search for a reason why I chose to date less than available men gives me a reason to read this cute little book.

    Author Info:


    Karen Salmansohn is an ex Senior VP ad agency creative director (at age 26) who left her job to pursue her passion of writing and is now a best-selling author with over 1 million books sold, with titles including How to Be Happy, Dammit; Ballsy: 99 Ways to Score Extreme Success; and The Bounce Back Bok: How to Thrive in the Face of Adversity, Setbacks, and Losses.
    Salmansohn, a highly respected mentor in the New York City area, regularly gives seminars on topics such as how to increase happiness, productivity, resiliency and harnessing fun as a high performance fuel. Karen was host of Be Happy, Dammit, a popular talk show on Sirius satellite radio, and a regular lifestyle expert for Fox TV's Good Day New York. She has also been on The Today Show, The View, Politically Incorrect, and many morning shows across the country. Salmansohn is also a regular contributor to The Huffington

    For more information on the author and her books link here to her website.

    For Amazon purchasing information please see the links in this order – US/UK/Canada

    Prince Harming Syndrome: Break Bad Relationship Patterns for Good—5 Essentials for Finding True Love (and they're not what you think)/ Prince Harming Syndrome: Break Bad Relationship Patterns for Good--5 Essentials for Finding True Love (and They're Not What You Think!) /Prince Harming Syndrome:

    Thank you Kristel Kempin from Langenscheidt Publishing Group for sending me this book to review.

    Review coming soon!


    Laurel-Rain Snow said...

    Ooh, this sounds intriguing! My history with relationships is less than stellar as well!

    Unknown said...

    Laurel -
    It was fun but you can't be flitting around forever - I think ;)

    You know it seems the more we are in contact the more we appear to have in common.

    Thanks for the comment.

    Anonymous said...

    Oh yeah, this looks like a good one. Especially with the Twilight 'bad-boys-turned-good' books out there. I was an intelligent woman who always (up until about 10 years ago) fell for the bad ones, making excuses for them and trying to change myself to fit them. Very frustrating!

    Thanks for posting this, Shellie! Her "Be Happy, Dammit" looks like a good read as well.

    Unknown said...

    Nicole -
    I thought it looked interesting. Currently I am having a tough time turning down any book which is sent my way.:)

    Yet funny thing is that doing all this "girly stuff" in the last 2 days has lost Layers of Thought two male

    Hells bells - can't please them all. Too bad since we will get back to more mandane (not a typo) things.

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