“Unlearn Vanilla Marriage,” the Second Book from Rich Woods, Eviscerates Long-Held, Traditional Conventions
May 9, 2011, Matawan, NJ - If you’ve ever wondered why certain couples always seem like they’re sharing “sexy little secrets” while most others are trapped in habitually contentious Mars/Venus relationships, then “UnLearn Vanilla Marriage,” the second book from satirist and social commentator Rich Woods, will tell you things the self-help industry doesn’t want you to know. “Unlearn Vanilla Marriage” is unlike all other self-help books of the genre, as it outlines many of the realities of a long-term, loving relationship couples often suppress in the interest of fitting into conventional notions of marriage and monogamy.
Rich Woods offers up concepts and solutions that help people create a loving partnership that endures for the *right* reasons, not for the external pressures and standards that one tries to live up to and may or may not be successful at despite how much they adore their spouse. There's a refreshing honesty and frankness to “Unlearn Vanilla Marriage” that you won't find from those who, according to Rich Woods, “earn a living from the misery of others.”
“Unlearn Vanilla Marriage” presents innovative, unique and daring notions that eviscerates long-held, traditional conventions on marriage and many other societal niceties. If you're in love, in it for the long haul, and looking for new ways to negotiate the rules of marriage to make the long haul exciting, rewarding, loving and enduring, “Unlearn Vanilla Marriage” will show you the way.
About Rich Woods: Rich Woods, author of “UnLearn! Because Life Can Make You Stupid,” released in 2006, is also the creator of “UnLearn TV®”, the controversial weekly treatise from where he bluntly shares his non-traditional thoughts on the self-help industry, marriage, monogamy, political correctness, and morality with over 2 million loyal fans. “UnLearn TV®” broadcasts at 7 p.m. EST every Tuesday at http://www.unlearn.tv
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