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I invite you to check out my new book.....www.TheArtofRelatingBook.com Join Psychotherapist and Relationship Coach Christine Kniffen, LCSW for lively and informative conversation with authors and experts regarding love, divorce, sex, kids, money, stress, health and so much more. Become part of the discussion and part of the solution, while getting answers to all your questions on The Art of Relating on Blogtalkradio. Christine Kniffen, LCSW is a Psychotherapist who received her master’s degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Christine works in private practice specializing in Relationship Coaching and couples counseling. She currently writes for The Healthy Planet magazine with articles pertaining to the many nuances and complexities of relationship dynamics, presents workshops on a variety of topics, is a paid lecturer and has worked in radio broadcasting as the host of her own show on KMOX and is now transitioning to the hip, interactive blogtalkradio. Send questions or comments to theartofrelating@hotmail.com

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