Books by Daphna Levy
Temporarily out of print
Pending new edition
It will be worth the wait!
This guide reveals the truth behind dead-end relationships and shows you how to spot disaster before it strikes. It is not a pick-up or attraction manual. It unlocks the mysteries of knowing who to trust and gives you the formula to avoid heartache and find true happiness.
You will discover
THREE VITAL RULES for Picking Right
COMMON MISTAKES that could cost you your happiness
HOW TO DETECT THE CHEATER and replace betrayal with mutual trust
HOW TO IDENTIFY TOXIC MATES and stop wasting yourself on the wrong people
HOW TO GAIN CLARITY on your own vision for an ideal relationship
The secret to MEETING NEW PEOPLE
Ingredients of LOVE THAT LASTS
The Secrets of Happily Ever After
This book is based on the author’s three decades of experience helping people, saving relationships and keeping families together. It could help you reclaim your Happily Ever After.
Read and discover
THE SECRETS OF GOOD COMMUNICATION and how to prevent arguments and fights
HOW TO RETURN to the way you were when you first met
HOW TO FIND HAPPINESS TOGETHER despite your personality differences
HOW TO REVIVE YOUR RELATIONSHIP and rekindle your love and passion
THE ENEMY WITHIN: the biggest threat to your bond and how to overcome it
Ingredients of HOW TO CREATE lasting happiness
The author should have her own television show!
This is the absolute best book on restoring and rekindling relationships that I have ever read. Daphna writes in such a caring and personal way that you feel like she is right there helping you to turn your life around. The advice and examples she gives are simple and powerful. That’s the beauty of this book: anyone in a relationship that has lost its magic, its shine, the spark, will benefit immensely from reading this book. The author should have her own television show! -RT
Recommended for young or old, married newly or forever! Daphna’s book strengthens and enlivens one to do more and do better-for yourself and the one you were attracted to initially! Such great advice…to pass on and to help you and yours to live happily ever after! -QT
By Olivia Charlet
When I picked up (pun not intended) Daphna Levy’s “Picking Right”, I expected to discover a book about how to find the right match. What I found was much more. “Picking Right” shares the crucial ingredients necessary for a healthy and happy relationship, not only in the immediate present, but in the long-term. It challenges the current myths out there: namely that a good mate is hard to find. She reminds us that there are 7 billion people out there and that a relationship is a creation, not something that just happens to you. Levy reminds us, without beating around the bush I might add, to simply trust our own judgment and shows us how to avoid common mistakes. Finally, she points out what to watch out for and helps us identify the red flags we should never ignore.
The power of this book is also Levy’s use of real-life examples to further explain her point of view. Rather than only using one person’s experience, she reveals short examples of different people’s lives and relationships.
Her anecdotes and observations are not one-sided, contrary to so many other dating and relationship books; she is equally critical of men and women in abusive or dead-end relationships.
One of her exercises, for example, delves into whether or not the relationship we are in truly enhances our lives. She provides a relationship-math equation that should be obvious to us all, but can often prove to be ignored: “When the Pick is truly Right, 1+1=3 or 4 or more. Both people thrive in the relationship. They are happier and more fulfilled than before. They accomplish more, both individually and as a team”. She argues that if your partner and you add up to 2 or less than 2, you are not truly picking “right” as that person is not bringing any real value to your life.
Throughout the book Levy says things as they are: “This mushy emotion called “sympathy” is an unhealthy ingredient in a relationship. Use it to save a dying person or rescue an animal, but please don’t marry someone for whom you feel sorry!” If you’re not a fan of tough love, “Picking Right” isn’t for you. However, if you want to ensure that you’re choosing the right partner and you are committed to building an honest, trust-worthy and long-lasting relationship, this is the book you need on your nightstand.