Tuesday, May 19, 2015

A. Castillo, Author of 7 Deadly Relationship Sins

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Today we are interviewing A. Castillo, author of "7 Deadly Relationship Sins | How to Survive and Thrive in Your Relationship."

Tell us a bit about yourself.
Mr Castillo, lives in San Antonio TX is a successful business owner, writer, and also sits on the board of directors for a charitable organization. Mr Castillo is currently working on his first full length fiction novel.

Describe your book, "7 Deadly Relationship Sins," in a few sentences.

Relationships are one of the most difficult things in life to maintain and one of the most rewarding experiences you will ever have in this life, this book will endeavor to explain why Relationships fail and how to avoid such failures.

Who do you think would most appreciate this book?

Anyone who has struggled with relationships or is currently in a relationship and wishes to keep the relationship healthy and strong

What inspired you to write a book about why relationships fail?

Like most people I’ve had my share of relationship issues, I took a long hard look at all of my past relationships and learned why they failed I would like to share that knowledge so that my readers can avoid the heartache I went through.

What are some of the biggest misconceptions people have about why relationships fail?

The biggest misconception people have about why their relationships fail is that they think something is wrong with them, that they don’t deserve to be happy, well I’m here to tell them that this is not true everyone deserves to be happy in a relationship my book will show them how.

How has technology, such as dating apps and sites, changed the dynamic of dating and relationships?

In this age of instant gratification technology has actually helped and hindered relationships, it helps because you have a greater pool of people to choose from, but it hurts because you’re missing the human component of personal contact

When people first start dating, should they begin thinking about long-term compatibility? Or is it best to give it time to see how the relationship develops?

Each relationship is unique while it’s always a good idea to see how the relationship develops thinking about long term compatibility is ok just don’t rush into anything

The divorce rate seems to climb every year. Why do you think this is?

Someone once said, “the number 1 cause of divorce is marriage.” It’s funny but technically true… people rush into marriage before knowing or testing the waters marriage is very important and that step needs to be taken once you KNOW that this person is the one.

How do you think reading your book will impact people?

I hope that it will give people an idea of what issues can occur in a relationship and perhaps that knowledge will help them prevent or at least overcome these problems.

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

I am actually working on my first full length fiction novel titled “Alex Castle."

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