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Charlie Bloom: Relationship Myths

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Successful relationships are the cornerstone of a thriving life. While most of us understand this, embodying the qualities and engaging in the practices that promote strong and respectful connections on every front remains a formidable challenge. Our guest today is Charlie Bloom, author of the new book Happily Ever After . . . and 39 Other Myths about Love: Breaking Through to the Relationship of Your Dreams. Charlie is an expert in the field of relationships. His wife of over 40 years, Linda Bloom, co-authored the book. He has been trained as a seminar leader, therapist and relationship counselors and has been working with individuals, couples, and groups since 1975.

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