A Better Reality
In our fast-paced society, the demands on our time can leave us feeling disconnected from our partner. It takes conscious effort to put a relationship first. This 365-day tip book offers practical, insightful, and quick tips to help you stay connected to your partner and make your love last. First Comes Us caters to the needs of couples that are too busy to make one another feel appreciated and loved by showing they can close the gap in seconds or minutes per day.

Anita Chlipala’s book is just what couples need to return to love. I see so many couples in my work who have forgotten what romance is and often take each other for granted. This book, with its 365 insightful tip guide, is a remedy for love success and will help relationships get back on track while helping couples rekindle the flame.

Patti Stanger, Million Dollar Matchmaker

Every couple should have a bunch of these books. Keep one in the bathroom and one on each of your bedside tables, maybe another in your car, and one in your briefcase, wherever you might have time for a few minutes of inspiration. The truth is no matter how well meaning or creative we are, we all need little reminders about how to keep things tuned up and thriving.

Diane Solle, founder of Smart Marriages®

Given that a top reason for divorce is miscommunication and disconnection, this book can really make a difference for couples for sustaining long-term relationships.

Judge Michele Lowerence, author of The Good Karma Divorce and The New Love Deal

Anita is so devoted to the couples she works with and so deeply strives to make things work. Her brilliant creativity has birthed these remarkably creative ways of putting your relationship first. The runway is lit up to making your relationship last.

Howard Glasser, creator of the Nurtured Heart Approach and author of several books, including Igniting Greatness

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Anita A. Chlipala, LMFT
Anita Chlipala believes everyone can have happy and satisfying relationships. She founded Relationship Reality 312 to teach singles and couples how to find and keep love. Chlipala has been featured on WGN Radio, Fox 32 News, CBS, The Great Love Debate Podcast, and quoted in publications such as Chicago Tribune, Martha Stewart Weddings, Men’s Health, Elle, and Glamour. Anita is a licensed marriage and family therapist and received her master’s degree in Marital and Family Therapy from the University of San Diego.