Improve Your Marriage: Don’t Overlook the Obvious with Russell A. Irving on LFA40, 1-31-13By
Marriage’ has seen better days! – Even the ‘Best of Marriages’ can be improved.
Men and women wait until later in life to wed, if they wed at all. – Divorce happens with an alarming frequency. Second and third marriages have an even smaller chance for success.”’Til death do us part” has become a fairly meaningless phrase. – Infidelity is skyrocketing among both genders and all ages.
Russell A. Irving, the author of “IMPROVE YOUR MARRIAGE – DON’T OVERLOOK THE OBVIOUS‘ and several other books. Spent years in human services working with diverse populations, which allowed me a unique perspective when dealing with family and relationship issues.
Positions included: Health and sexuality adviser for adolescent girls. Manager of a group home serving as a pilot program for emotionally disturbed and developmentally challenged adolescent males. Coordinator of a residential treatment facility for alcohol addicted men and women. Substance abuse counseling.
Independently created and conducted numerous classes focusing on achieving the most from a ‘Single Life’. Additionally, ones regarding ‘Improving Your Marriage’.
Created and conducted classes designed for ‘Entrepreneurs’.
Published the area’s 1st, tasteful, ‘full feature’ magazine designed for the ‘Single Adult’.
Recognized as a ‘Singles’ and ‘Marriage’ Expert by media.
Managed restaurants for a national, family restaurant chain.
Government employment involved with job training programs.
Owner of a computer retail and service business.
IMPROVE YOUR MARRIAGE – DON’T OVERLOOK THE OBVIOUS
TEENS! IMPROVE YOUR LIFE – DON’T OVERLOOK THE OBVIOUS
NANCY WOULD AND THE TREE THAT COULD… PLUS ANOTHER TALE OF ‘GOOD’
Russ has been married to the same, wonderful woman for over 27 years. They have 2 great, young adult sons.
Russ says, “We have been faced with an unusually large number of health crises/ problems. Yet, we have managed to maintain a strong family dynamic.”
To contact Russ by email Russ@DontOverlookTheObvious.com. To get his book or learn about his seminars and workshops, visit his website: www.DontOverlookTheObvious.com