Love Skills: Media Coverage

The Keys to Unlocking Lasting, Wholehearted Love

New World Library Interview


Conscious Nation Radio

Linda speaks about her own journey finding love, plus topics such as self love, the latte act & other ways to cultivate a meaningful relationship.


Spiritual Media Blog

Interviewer & blogger Dr. Matthew Welsh sits down with Linda for a lively and insightful discussion about love. Discover the difference between love and loving, and much more.

Click HERE for the interview.


Natural Awakenings New Mexico

Natural Awakenings New Mexico profiles Linda and her new book Love Skills.

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PsychCentral Blog

Margarita Tartakovsky, MS, spotlights Linda's new book and the three magic words to cultivate your connection with anyone (including yourself).

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Shelf Aware Books

Listen to Linda's interview with Shelf Aware Books.

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Book cover for Linda Carroll's Love Skills

Linda's book, Love Cycles: The Five Essential Stages of Lasting Love, describes the five stages of intimate relationships in detail, illuminating the behaviors associated with each stage and strategies for successfully navigating them.

This companion workbook, Love Skills, is a practical guide to help readers design their own tool kit for creating and maintaining a loving relationship.

Exercises, activities, self-assessments, and other concrete tools allow readers to understand where they are in their relationship. Thorny issues are addressed, including the loss of sexual energy, why what once seemed endearing is now annoying, and the many ways that family history and personality type can wreak havoc in relationships.

Linda's well-researched practices help keep love alive in the midst of seemingly intractable differences, and specific, effective solutions to couples’ most common struggles provide a clear map for moving forward. Most importantly, Linda's couple-tested techniques allow readers to deal with conflict without losing connection, and show that conflict, when navigated properly, can lead to renewed closeness and unprecedented connection.

Publication Date: February 14, 2020
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