Friday, July 24, 2015

Larry Mickelson, Author of The Mystique of Love Unveiled How to Take Control of Your Love Life

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Today we are interviewing Larry Mickelson about his book "The Mystique of Love Unveiled How to Take Control of Your Love Life."

Tell us a bit about yourself.
Mostly semi- retired now. I still give recommendations about financial decisions. I have owned a number businesses, been involved in politics and taught high school psychology for several years.

Describe the purpose of your book in a few sentences.
There is a phenomenal amount of confusion about just exactly what love is, especially in romantic relationships. There is so much confusion, men and women alike end up marrying people they don’t even like. That is possible because they think they are in love. It’s a puzzling phenomenon, but the book tackles the issues head-on and reaches conclusions that are quite different. There is even a seven step formula describing how people fall in love.

Who do you think would most appreciate this book?
The book was written to appeal to everybody who’s ever been in love, wants to be in love and/or has suffered personal, financial and emotional consequences as a result of having been in love.

What inspired you to write a book about the nature of human emotion?
Not only are my views about love unusual but my entire perspective on what makes up human emotions is quite unusual also.

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Author Larry Mickelson.

Your book is described as iconoclastic. Why is this the case?
It’s iconoclastic because it doesn’t follow the popular prescriptions about love. It’s a totally new organized perspective.

What do you think are some of the biggest misconceptions people have about human emotion?
They think we wouldn’t be human without motion. I deal with that idea quite extensively in the screenplay based on the same concepts as the book. It’s a fun way to look at emotions from a different perspective.

What was the process of writing this book like?
It’s the most frustrating thing I’ve ever experienced, not so much the writing or the creation of the concepts but the part involving getting people to read it, a nonfiction book.

What was the most interesting thing you uncovered while doing research for the book?
I created an all new genre of feelings I call emotings. There are four main reasons why all of us use the phrase; I love you. Emotings expose a fifth time. I like to believe no one else has ever pinpointed and exposed the subtle nature and consequential influence emotings have on our lives.

How do you think reading your book will impact people?

Assuming they seriously read it and contemplate the concepts, they will never again see love in the old-fashioned ways again which will give them power over previously misunderstood emotions and feelings. It should be helpful in all relationships.

What do you have in mind for your next writing project?

I’m pecking away at a book about discipline for children. I have even chose somewhat of the title, namely: 30 seconds to absolute control, Why spanking is never necessary.

Is there anything else you'd like potential readers to know about your book?

Yes! It is not only serious but it is also entertaining. It has some of the best jokes you can possibly imagine thrown in between chapters. That keeps it light.

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