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Creating Joy! The Relationship E-newsletter is entering its fourth year, and readers are invited to help me write it this year!

While I enjoy sharing with readers the Transformational insights, inspiration and practical self-help tips that I feel inspired to share each month – this monthly e-newsletter is for you.

My heartfelt desire has always been and continues to be, to help my readers:

• Attract your special someone
• Create or strengthen the marriage of your dreams
• Experience more happiness, fulfillment and well-being in your life and relationships –
in short to Create Joy!

This year, you are invited to share with me where you want more joy in your life! You can do so by participating in the 2009 Creating Joy! Readers' Survey. It is short and easy, and should only take you a few minutes to complete.

Your answers will be completely confidential and private – no one will see them but me.

Just as importantly, this is the way that you can tell me what YOU want to learn more about in the coming year, through:

•Subsequent monthly issues of Creating Joy!
•Other valuable resources to assist you to create the life and marriage of your dreams.

All those who complete the 2009 Readers' Survey will receive a FRE*E e-preview copy of my book Cinderella Wisdom: Five Secrets for Creating Your Dream Marriage in the Real World, when it is released later this year.

As a special thank- you, all those who complete the Survey by Jan 26, 2009, are eligible to attend an EXCLUSIVE teleclass: Making Love Last a Lifetime!

In this new teleclass, I will teach you seven characteristics most lasting, successful marriages have in common, and tried and true secrets, and hidden underlying spiritual principles and actions for creating a lasting, loving marriage.

Take the Survey here.

The teleclass, Making Love Last a Lifetime! will only be given once, and only for those who complete the Survey by Jan. 26, so I hope you will complete it today!

Thank you so much for taking the Readers' Survey and sharing your dreams with me. It is my intention to fill Creating Joy! with Transformational answers and practical self-care tips to your questions, dilemmas and relationship challenges. Your participation is crucial for it's success.

May your heart, life and relationships be filled to overflowing with joy this New Year!


Debra Gordy, MS MRET
Transformational Relationship Therapist & Coach

Author of the forthcoming book Cinderella Wisdom: Five Secrets for Creating Your Dream Marriage in the Real World.

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