Here's the book that will keep you from making the same mistakes that millions have made as they navigated the rough waters of relationships.
In Dear Cheryl: Advice from Tales from the Front columnist Cheryl Lavin shares her best relationship advice on subjects ranging from dealing with children to getting along with in-laws to sex.
And Cheryl should know. Her nationally-syndicated column, Tales from the Front, has been running for an astonishing 30 years! In those three decades, she's heard it all, from philandering husbands to frigid wives. She's heard about the problems of meeting, the difficulties of committing and the heartbreak of divorcing.
She's heard from happily married people about what they were doing right and from unhappily partnered people about what they were doing wrong. About relationship that survived decades of struggle and those that couldn't make it through a three-day weekend. Lovers who got away and lovers who wouldn't leave.
And based on everything she's learned in that time, Cheryl gives advice that's both wise and witty. She isn't afraid to tell people what they need to hear, not what they want to hear, however much it may hurt.
"Sometimes people are hoping against hope that I'll tell them that despite all evidence to the contrary, their significant other really does love them or really isn't cheating or really will commit one day," says Cheryl. "They need a cold reality shower and I turn on the spray."
Everyday, millions of times a day, people are meeting, falling in love, falling out of love, marrying, divorcing, having their hearts broken and starting all over again. And when they run into a rough spot, they can write to Dear Cheryl.
Dear Cheryl: Advice from Tales from the Front is the best of those columns.
Order your copy now and you won't make the same mistakes as so many of Cheryl's readers.
Cheryl Lavin's "Tales fromTales from the Front" lets men and women share their relationship stories in their own words. Love is a battlefield, and they're the war correspondents reporting to her from the front lines of relationships in the 21st century.
With a combination of humor and compassion, Lavin's three-times-a-week column tackles the problems and joys of every single, married, divorced, separated or widowed person. Some tales are funny while some are sad. Some have happy endings and some don't. But they're always true, sometimes controversial and on-target.
Once a week, Lavin gives advice based on over 20 years of experience and thousands of readers' letters.
Lavin began "Tales From the Front" in 1985. Her work is included in "Best Newspaper Writing," published by the American Society of Newspaper Editors. She has earned numerous awards, including the Peter Lisagor and Jacob Scher awards for investigative journalism, the Herman Kogan award from the Chicago Bar Association for legal writing, and the Peter Lisagor and UPI awards for feature writing.
A native Chicagoan, Lavin now lives in Scottsdale, Ariz., with her second (and hopefully last) husband, Robert Rapp. She's saving the story of their meeting for a quick column when she's really under deadline pressure. Meanwhile, her two daughters, Shannon and Samantha, keep her supplied with tales, as do her thousands of loyal readers.
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