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50 Ways to Enjoy True Love

Written by: Stephanie K. L. Lam

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Book Synopsis

Is it currently possible to truly love someone? A resounding "yes" is the response! In "50 Ways to Enjoy True Love," you'll find real-world strategies and examples to help you build a relationship based on love, respect, and mutual support. This book is essential reading for anyone who wants to build a long-lasting, satisfying relationship, whether they are single and looking for love or are already in a serious relationship. If you're ready to learn about the many different ways to experience true love, let's get started and see what's possible! "50 Ways to Enjoy True Love" is a comprehensive guide to starting and keeping a loving, fulfilling relationship. In order to help you cultivate true love in your own life, this book provides examples as well as practical strategies. It is composed for any individual who needs to construct a more grounded, more significant relationship with their companion. The various aspects of building a strong relationship discussed in each one are all examined, including communication and intimacy to gratitude and forgiveness. Based on the most recent findings from relationship science and psychology, the book offers advice and insights that are supported by practices. Whether you are single and looking for love or are already in a committed relationship, "50 Ways to Enjoy True Love" is a useful resource that can help you deepen your connection with your partner and live a life that is more fulfilling. Because of its engaging and easy-to-understand style, this book is a must-read for anyone who wants to build a relationship based on love, respect, and mutual support.

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Stephanie K.L. Lam has written and published a series of books, including the Get-a-job series Trilogy and English and Chinese Communication Models for Today's Executives, Learn English the Native Speaker Way, and The 21st Century New Millennials. She graduated from the University of Hong Kong with an honors degree and took her Post-graduate Certificate in Education there. She then studied a Post-secondary Certificate course in Fine Arts at the Hong Kong Baptist University where she received a scholarship for having secured first place. In 2011 she attained a Master’s degree in Language Studies specializing in Linguistics from the City University of Hong Kong. For many years, she has taken up writing in the Chinese and English languages as her full-time career, teaching English part-time. She was an English instructor at the Institute of Active Ageing, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, where she taught English courses designed for today's needs. She was one of the translators for the English edition of the Encyclopedia of Buddhist Arts authorized by Venerable Master Hsing Yun, founder of Taiwan’s Fo Guang Shan (Buddha’s Light Mountain). This was the first-ever grand collection of Buddhist Arts globally. She has translated articles from Fo Guang Shan and Venerable Master Hsing Yun into English, the talk by Professor Emeritus Lewis Lancaster into Chinese, and descriptions of exhibitions at the Fo Guang Yuan Art Gallery, Hong Kong Fo Guang Vihara, into English. She has translated a book called ‘Under the Big Tree’, also commissioned by Fo Guang Shan, into English, and published as a bilingual book. Other translation work includes translating newsletters for Fo Guang Shan Toronto into English and scholarly articles for Fo Guang Shan Australia Nan Tien Temple and Nan Tien Institute’s academic journal Studies on Humanistic Buddhism. She has been one of the translators of the Hong Kong team of translators for translating Fo Guang Dictionary of Buddhism into English almost since the beginning of the project, which was about eight years ago.

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