MELBOURNE, Fla., Aug. 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Who doesn't struggle to balance work and life? Most of us do, but too often the "high achievers" among us lose the battle - and their marriages.
MELBOURNE, Fla., Aug. 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Who doesn't struggle to balance work and life? Most of us do, but too often the "high achievers" among us lose the battle - and their marriages.Dr. Tony Ferretti explains how and why this happens in the September 10th issue of First for Women magazine which is available now. A real married couple shares their story back from the brink of breakup to a healthy loving relationship, and Dr. Ferretti reveals the secrets to modern living and loving.
In his recent book, Change Your Life, Not Your Wife: Marriage-Saving Advice for Success-Driven People, Dr. Ferretti tackles our success-oriented culture head on. This guide for high achieving people, susceptible to the succeed-at-work/fail-at-home syndrome, can help couples succeed in their relationships and their lives.
ABOUT DR. FERRETTI
Psychologist Dr. Tony Ferretti maintains a full practice treating success-driven clients with crumbling families - people whose personality traits help them excel at work but harm their relationships. A Ph.D. from the University of Southern Mississippi and over 20 years in practice allow Dr. Ferretti to really understand these individuals.
A popular and in demand speaker, Dr. Ferretti is known for his "tell it like it is" style. If you want to understand Tiger Woods, Anthony Weiner, Arnold Schwarzenegger and the rest of the "I can't believe they did that club," talk to Tony!
- Why are emotional immaturity and narcissism common in CEO's?
- Can these people really change?
- Why are certain traits beneficial at work but destructive at home?
- How do I evaluate my relationship to determine if it is on a self-destructive path?
Get answers to your questions. Have an entertaining and educational show.
Talk to Tony
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