Citrus Heights, CA, October 02, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Jaleh Donaldson, Author of "Life's Little How to Book," to be Interviewed on LiveWire.
Many self help books offer convoluted advice focusing on a single topic, when in reality people are confronted with a multitude of issues in their daily lives. Life's Little How to Book, by school teacher Jaleh Donaldson, addresses some of life's most important issues with straightforward advice - all within one book. Life's Little How to Book has already brought Donaldson acclaim by its readers, and her book was recently featured on Fox40 news, Good Day Sacramento and Sacramento & Co. She will be discussing her book in a television interview with LiveWire on November 12, 2008 at 5:00PM.
Donaldson was inspired to write her book after she realized many of the people she met over the years were too busy to go through the piles of lengthy advice given in self-help books, or too broke to spend thousands on a therapist. "I have noticed many people who I have crossed paths with had similar questions about common issues," says Donaldson, who holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and a Master's degree in Marriage and Family Counseling. She saw helpful advice was often difficult to come by for many people, so she decided to put her expertise into one book that would function as an accessible resource.
"The truth is once you boil off the therapy buzzwords and psychological rhetoric, the answers we are looking for are actually quite simple," states Donaldson.
Life's Little How to Book covers a range of topics - from getting promoted within the workplace to rekindling the passion in a marriage to getting out of debt, among others - with concise suggestions and advice in an easy to follow, simply referenced format. Each chapter is closed with an exercise designed to help readers' further gain the skills necessary to improve themselves and their relationships for a happier life. Donaldson's approach in Life's Little How to Book has garnered praise from her readers, who have called her advice "wise," "motivational," and "effective."
Donaldson currently lives in California with her husband and two active young boys. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and a Master's degree in Marriage and Family Counseling. She continues to write while working as a public school teacher.