It is a two step process; marry the right person and then keep the fires of passion burning. Both are challenging in and of themselves. However, if we are successful in choosing the right person, then the second step is not as difficult to accomplish. Skye Thomas of Tomorrow's Edge has been teaching folks how to do both. Her articles about romance, dating, marriage, and soulmates can be found all over the Internet. They have helped to inspire couples to fight for their marriages and have helped singles to see that they are better off alone than with the wrong person. Her latest book, "Why Do I Keep Falling in Love With the Wrong People?" is a tool for single people to use to help them to screen out bad matches before their hearts are broken.
Thomas believes that there is no point in wasting valuable time and tears on relationships that are doomed from the beginning. "Call me silly, but I can't help but wonder what this world would look like if everyone who wanted a warm loving marriage partner, had one. How much of the anger and aggression, depression and sadness of life could be eliminated if we were madly head over heels in love with someone who felt the same way about us?" In an effort to help people avoid the pain of yet another relationship not working out, she compiled the information she has acquired over the years about different types of people and how they view each other through the filters of their own needs, wants, goals, and preferences.
Too often people who are on the receiving end of a breakup do not really get concrete answers as to why everyone keeps breaking up with them. The truth is, most people do not want to be mean and tell you that you are too boring, too exciting, too clingy, too independent, too moody, or too emotionally withdrawn for their tastes. This book tells you exactly why most people leave you. It does not mean that you are flawed or a bad person, but that those who leave you are doing so because they see you as less than ideal in their eyes. Others will find those exact same traits as being rare and wonderful. "Why Do I Keep Falling in Love With the Wrong People?" gives people the honesty they cannot often get from their ex-boyfriends and ex-girlfriends.
When asked why she used astrology as the categorizing method, Thomas explained that even though she would have preferred to use the Myers-Briggs personality profiling system instead, that it is not practical for the task at hand. It is a lot easier to find out someone's birthday and therefore their basic astrological profile than it is to have them fill out a long questionnaire and rank their personality based on the more intensive profiling systems. "This makes it easier to be a little covert when sizing up someone in the beginning stages of a relationship. There's a lot more to astrology than just identifying someone's sun sign, but it will give the reader a decent starting point to determine the core needs and values a person uses to filter their view of the world. A more in-depth comparison of two people's charts along with a full Myers-Briggs analysis would be ideal, but the information in this book will help people weed out those matches that will never be compatible. It also tells each sign who finds them irresistible. It tells you what's great about you and what's not so great and who thinks so. It's nice to know that there are people out there looking for someone just like you to fall in love with."
Skye Thomas is the CEO of Tomorrow's Edge, an Internet leader in inspiring leaps of faith. She became a writer in 1999 after twenty years of studying personal growth, motivation, soulmates, self-esteem, parenting, spirituality, metaphysics, family dynamic, dating, and astrology. Her books, articles, and astrological forecasts have inspired people of all ages and faiths to recommit themselves to the pursuit of happiness. To read more of her articles, free previews of her books, and her astrology forecasts, go to www.TomorrowsEdge.net. To read more about Skye and to sign up to receive her various free newsletters, go to www.SkyeThomas.com.