A Bartender's Guide to Measuring Up in your Relationships


     The Bartender knows best! Because the cheapest therapy you can find is often the person behind the bar at your favorite watering hole. The grown up “Lucy-with-her-lemonade-stand-therapy—though, more Long Islands than lemonade,—when it comes to relationships, the bartender has just about heard it all.
     With customers’ stories, and anecdotes from the bar world, The Barometer: A Bartender’s Guide to Measuring Up in your Relationships serves up a healthy dose of common sense and shots of honesty, with advice on the side, from the bartender’s point of view.
     There may be variables out of your control that can contribute to the end of a relationship; but there are also those ways you can cause the hurt and sabotage yourself. It’s those unintentional—and sometimes intentional—ways you cause your own harm. The Barometer is a “how-not-to” guide that trains you to refocus attention—and intention.
    Like that voice in the back of your head saying, “Don’t do it!” The Barometer is a no-holds-barred conversation with a good friend—or your favorite bartender!
The Barometer, the book that inspired this blog, is now available for purchase, both in paperback and ebook format.


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