Alexandra Solomon: Secrets to Lasting Love

We are so happy to be at The Highland Park Library with Alexandra Solomon, as she presents her program "Secrets to Lasting Love."

Alexandra Solomon, Ph.D., clinical psychologist at The Family Institute at Northwestern University, who teaches Northwestern's internationally renowned course, "Building Loving and Lasting Relationships:  Marriage 101," discusses what's involved in building a healthy and sustainable romantic relationship.  Learn about relational self-awareness and what relationships require.  Professor Solomon has been featured on Today and in The Atlantic, Vogue, and O, The Oprah Magazine.  She is the author of Loving Bravely:  20 Lessons of Self Discovery to Help You Get the Love you Want, and Taking Sexy Back:  How to Own Your Sexualtiy and Create the Relationships You Want. This program is free and open to the public.  For more information or to sign up for a reminder email about the program, visit the library's website. 

About Taking Sexy Back

For women, sex has been hijacked. Today's sexual climate leaves little to no space for honoring the complexities of sex--sex as pleasure, sex as connection, sex as creative expression, and sex as healing. In Taking Sexy Back, relationship expert Alexandra Solomon shows women that they are more than just sexy objects of someone else's desire, and offers real tools to help women explore their own sexuality, communicate their needs, draw boundaries to be safe, and build the satisfying relationships they truly want.

"In these enlightening and powerful pages, Alexandra Solomon provides a clear path to thinking about our sexuality in the context of our psyches, our relationships, and our pleasure. There are countless books on relationships and countless books on sexuality, but never have I seen a book that asks us to examine our sexual lives in such a holistic, empowering, and eye-opening way. This is a rare and life-changing gift for women everywhere."
-- Lori GottliebNew York Times bestselling author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone-

About Loving Bravely: Twenty Lessons of Self-Discovery to Help You Get the Love You Want

In order to attract a life partner, we must first become a good partner to ourselves. This book offers twenty invaluable lessons that will help readers explore and commit to their own emotional and psychological well-being so they'll be ready, resilient, confident, and completely whole when they encounter that special someone.

"We all want to be in love or fall in love. But as Alexandra H. Solomon so persuasively argues, most of us spend more time learning to drive than learning to love. Clear-eyed and compassionate, Solomon provides step-by-step guidance on how to gain the skills needed to make a relationship--even a good one--deeper, more satisfying, and more intimate. Loving Bravely should be required reading for anyone involved in an intimate relationship and compulsory for anyone yearning to have one. As Solomon asks, are you willing to invest in love?"
--Elsa Walsh, author of the best-selling Divided Lives, and former staff writer for The New Yorker and The Washington Post

 

Event date: 

Thursday, February 20, 2020 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm

Event address: 

Highland Park Public Library
494 Laurel Ave
Highland Park, IL 60035
Taking Sexy Back: How to Own Your Sexuality and Create the Relationships You Want Cover Image
By Alexandra H. Solomon, Lori Brotto (Foreword by)
$17.95
ISBN: 9781684033461
Availability: On Our Shelves Now--Subject to Availability
Published: New Harbinger Publications - February 2nd, 2020

It is time for a new sexual revolution. It's time to take sexy back.


Loving Bravely: Twenty Lessons of Self-Discovery to Help You Get the Love You Want Cover Image
$17.95
ISBN: 9781626255814
Availability: On Our Shelves Now--Subject to Availability
Published: New Harbinger Publications - February 2nd, 2017

As seen on The TODAY Show

"A godsend to anyone searching for, but struggling to find, true love in their lives."
--Kristin Neff, PhD, author of Self-Compassion

"Empowering and compassionate, and its lessons are universal."
--Publishers Weekly