Synopsis of What is Love?
(by Andrews McMeel Publishing)
Why is it that love receives less instruction than the average driver’s education class? We don’t learn to drive a car by crashing until we get it right, but this seems to be how we learn about love. In this bestselling book, What Is Love?, Taro Gold offers simple, practical guidance that can steer us through the twists and turns of love. By leading us first to become happy within, Taro offers us empowering advice on creating the love and happiness of our dreams.
What Is Love? contains three sections:
- Love and Illusion: The Outer Path (Searching Through the Fantasy)
- Love and Reality: The Inner Path (Finding True Love Within)
- Love and Life: The Middle Path (Creating Love and Happiness Now)
Inspirational quotes are sprinkled throughout the text, enriched by full-color watercolors. Like a sweet box of fine chocolates, it’s a great gift for Valentine’s Day, a wonderful gift to give oneself everyday, or to give a friend to make any day a special day.
Love for What is Love?
A Recommended Read by Amazon, Barnes & Noble, IndieBound, and by more than fifty newspaper and magazine reviews across North America.
“This is a beautiful and enlightening book about love. It is realistic, visionary, and practical, giving readers a better understanding of how they can contribute to the quality and outcome of all their relationships – friendships, work and school interactions, and romantic relationships. Everyone will be challenged, encouraged and enriched by reading it.” – Harville Hendrix, Ph.D., author of the number-one New York Times best-selling book Get the Love You Want
“What Is Love? is an inspirational handbook to happy, healthy, and fulfilled relationships. Reading it will uplift your spirit, clarify expectations, and open the door to the relationship of your dreams.” —Chérie Carter-Scott, Ph.D., author of the number-one New York Times best-selling book If Love Is a Game, These Are the Rules
What is Love? was awarded the ForeWord Book of the Year Award (Gold Seal / First Place) in the self-help/love category.