This book review is part of a series that covers the topic of Love. The Official Guide to Love is Dr. Charles and Dr. Elizabeth Schmitz. Love encompasses a wide array of meanings, connections, and relationships which center on the emotions and experiences that create a sense of strong affection or profound oneness.

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The Star, June 6, 2000
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Knight Ridder News Service, February 14, 2000

Determined to make his wife the happiest woman on earth, Michael Webb "romanced" her so well her friends became jealous and asked the couple to pass on their tips for happiness. And so, in 1996, The RoMantic was born. With a circulation of 15,000, a syndicated column reaching more than 6 million readers, and a popular website, it's clear that people are hungry for its message that romance is crucial to a relationship, no matter how long a couple has been together.

The Romantic's Guide contains hundreds of tips for the romantically impaired. There are unique ideas on gift-giving, creative dating, having fun with food, and all the little things you can do each day for increasing the romantic potential of even the most stoic of lovers. The perfect gift for anyone involved in a loving relationship, it will encourage and inspire readers with its optimism, loving wisdom, and common sense.

About the Author
A brother to six sisters and a husband to Athena, Michael Webb is a full time romantic. Michael was born in Louisiana and earned his B.A. in Liberal Arts from Ambassador University. In addition to his hundreds of media appearances each year, Michael edits The RoMANtic Newsletter, is author of The RoMANtic syndicated column, is editor of The RoMANtic Tip of the Week E-Zine, and is the official romance expert of I Can't Believe It's Not Butter!

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This book review is part of a series that covers the topic of Love. The Official Guide to Love is Dr. Charles and Dr. Elizabeth Schmitz.

Now you can order the Doctors' new book entitled, Golden Anniversaries: The Seven Secrets of Successful Marriage at or from their website with FREE Images of Love DVD. With 25 years of research experience on successful marriage and their own 41-year marriage, Drs. Charles and Elizabeth Schmitz know what makes marriage work. From their hundreds of interviews with happily married couples, representing 15,000 years of marriage, they've discovered the seven pervasive characteristics present in all successful marriages. Their book exposes the secrets for success through these poignant, real life stories.

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During their distinguished careers the Doctors have received some 60 local, state, and national awards; published nearly 200 articles and manuscripts; delivered over 1000 speeches, workshops and public presentations; traveled throughout the world; and appeared on radio and television and in the print media. Dr. Charles D. Schmitz is Dean and Professor of Family and Counseling Therapy at the University of Missouri in St. Louis and Dr. Elizabeth A. Schmitz is President of Successful Marriage Reflections, LLC.

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