When is enough, enough in a relationship? Marriage can be the most blissful relationship we can experience on earth, yet it canat the same timebe the most challenging endeavor. In Loving When You Dont Feel Like It, Dr. Shon Neyland provides practical insights into discovering and applying unconditional love in relationships. It is more common to do unto others as they have done unto you. Unfortunately, this kind of thinking has certainly eroded the concept of forgiveness, grace, and mercy. If we are honest, we have to acknowledge that unconditional love is really hard to seize and fully implement, as our natural tendency is to protect ourselves even at the risk of losing the one we love. Unconditional love is the ingredient that many are missing in their relationships, and this book provides the blueprint to build that kind of love.
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About the Author
Dr. Shon Neyland is a colonel in the United States and serves as the command chaplain, Air Force Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. He informs Air Force leaders on matters related to religious, spiritual, ethical, moral, and morale concerns and advocates for the religious and spiritual needs of airmen and their families. Dr. Neyland espouses the family model in all instances and emphasizes connection and relationship development in building resiliency for all. Dr. Neyland believes education, drive, determination, and high work ethics are keys to success. He has garnered seven (7) academic degrees. Dr. Neyland has been married to his beautiful wife, Madeline, for thirty-one years, and she has served by his side around the world. They have three successful adult children: Ashley, Shontae, and Shon II, and one grandson, Robert Prince. Dr. Neyland is an avid fitness person and loves sports. Along with his arduous fitness regimen, Dr. Neyland loves traveling and writing. He advocates for a balanced lifestyle that includes healthy physical practices, recreational activities, emotional health, and spiritual well-being. Dr. Neylands philosophy of life is centered on unconditional love and a positive attitude.