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Love . . . What's Personality Got to Do with It?
Working at Love to Make Love Work
by Carol Ritberger, Ph.D.
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Love . . . What's Personality Got to Do with It?

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Publisher Hay House
Publication Date January 2006
ISBN 9781401933401

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In this groundbreaking work by Carol Ritberger, you'll discover the important role that personality plays in how you define love, what love means to you, and why the expressions of love can be so different that you're frequently left asking, "How can relationships work at all?"
This book will help you understand that just because you and your mate see things differently doesn't mean that one of you is right and the other wrong. It will give you suggestions, helpful hints, and dos and don'ts to help you create and sustain a mutually satisfying relationship-one where each person gets their love needs met without feeling compromised. You'll also find:
· An assessment to help you identify your personality color
· Descriptions of how each of the four personality colors defines love, what they need in order to feel cherished, and how they express the splendors of love-romance, passion, intimacy, sex, and commitment
· Ways to resolve conflict and cope with personality differences
· Tips on how to keep the lines of communication open when the tendency is to stop talking altogether
· Suggestions on how to work at love to make love work

Best of all, it will help you understand that when it comes to love-personality has everything to do with it!

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Carol Ritberger, Ph.D., is a medical intuitive, author and teacher. She helps people understand how personality and emotional, psychological and spiritual energy can lie at the root of illness, disease and life crises. Carol can literally see the human aura to identify where there are energy blockages that prevent the body for functioning properly, this capability, the result of a near-death experience in 1981.
She has devoted more than twenty-five years to researching how stress and emotions contribute to the formation of disease in the body. As an international speaker, she conducts workshops that focus on the understanding of the human energy system, body/mind health, stress management and personality typology. Her education includes behavioral psychology and body/mind sciences and she holds a doctorate in religious philosophy.
She is the co-founder and executive director of The Ritberger Institute for Esoteric Studies, which provides personal development classes and programs. Her writings and teachings are instrumental in assisting students in discovering their divine purpose, improving the quality of their lives, and helping them learn how to create the life, the relationships and the health they seek.
Carol’s work has been featured in Good Housekeeping, Yoga Journal, Women’s World and New Age Journal. She has appeared on television programs such as EXTRA, Healthy Living and New Attitudes as well as many national radio programs.
She believes that laughter is one of our greatest healers. Were it not for her consuming interests in the mind, spirit and body, she would be performing nightly as a stand-up comic.