An article by Kerry Shook, co-author of Love at Last Sight, was published today on WashingtonPost.com. In the article, Shook calls for an August 25th Facebook fast, a one-day timeout for people to unplug and focus on connecting with others in reality, rather than virtually. Go here to read the article!
You might be thinking, don’t they mean “love at first sight?” Nope, we mean love at last sight. Why? Because nearly everything pop-culture teaches us about relationships is wrong.
The movies and TV make it look easy. Matchmaking websites have it down to a science. Two people connectlove at first sightand the relationship is magical from then on. But the truth is, strong, deep relationships that last a lifetime aren’t magic. They’re a journey. Kerry & Chris Shook guide you through a one-month relationship plan that will improve your most important relationships – whether your family, best friend, spouse, or neighbor- starting today!