Book reviewer Jacqueline Jung says the disintegration of a love affair sent relationship author Tim Kellis on a quest to figure out why-as well as how he could ultimately experience a blissful relationship.
According to Jung's review published in NightsAndWeekends.com, Kellis found some answers and proceeded to write EQUALITY: The Quest for the Happy Marriage.
And why not? Jung writes in her book review. According to Kellis, today's psychologists just don't get it. They don't address the reasons behind feelings and behavior, nor do relationship books written by 'experts.' They aren't logical. In the court case of the United States vs. Microsoft, the discussion always stayed logical. Accordingly, successful resolution of disagreements doesn't come from arguing but from coming up with a common sense solution. You see, the key to a successful relationship is common sense. It's that simple... at least to Kellis, she writes.
In his 400-plus-page book, readers learn history lessons about everything from Adam and Eve to Thomas Paine's Common Sense to Hitler and even Matthew Perry, said Jung. Kellis covers religion, prejudice, Freud, the evolution of today's education, and Carl Jung.
In EQUALITY: The Quest for the Happy Marriage, author Kellis talks about his own quest to discover the root causes of rocky relationships for which the fault is not be in our stars, but in ourselves.