A high-flying part two that proves self-love must come before anything else.
In this sequel of the true-life trilogy, Jordan Alexander (Alexis) wants nothing more than to put the biggest mistake of her life behind her. She decides to give her love life a holiday, focusing instead on healing her broken heart. She never expected the one-night stand with Jack (the pilot from I Love You, Send Money) to boomerang. For some, absence makes the heart grow fonder. For Alexis, long-distance love triggers her inner demons, feeds self-doubt, and creates a freefall into anxiety and depression. Can one truly find love without first falling in love with themself?
Greek philosophers once said, ‘knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.’ In relationships, loving yourself is the beginning of success. Turbulence: An Extreme Love Story helps familiarize the importance of self-love and how to don your own oxygen mask. You’ll see why finding love after being scammed is tricky, and why learning the art of self-care can be elusive – but essential to finding your person. From the comfort and safety of your cosy couch, you will travel with Alexis to twelve cities, jettison excess emotional baggage that may be holding you back and explore ten ‘get real’ self-care “stopovers” you can practice at home. Learn why “Love takes two, and it starts with you”.
“Alexander delivers a narrative that is deliciously acerbic and positively Alexis: unshakable, unsinkable, and unstoppable.” Asher Syed
Jordan Alexander is an international best-selling author, speaker and relationship expert committed to transforming how humans date and relate. Now happily married, her past love life was littered with landmines, including a learner driver dating disaster (I Love You, Send Money, Pangaea Press). Having done it the hard way, she founded the Learning for Living Academy to offer real people, real learning and “enjoy a life you don’t need a vacation from”. Jordan has been featured in NZ Business, The Sun UK, Woman’s Day, 7 News, New York Post, Hawaii News and The Daily Mail, Australia. She is blessed to live with Rick and her daughters in the coolest little capital in the world. When not in windy Wellington, Jordan loves to explore places, discover cultures, and grow human connections to unite our precious planet. DrJMAlexander.com
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