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RAZ Productions Publication “Because You Keep Asking”

Answers Young Adults’ Questions about Sexuality

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NATIONAL WIRE NEWS RELEASE

CONTACT:   Joanna Brody
                        310-582-0085, Joanna@brody-pr.com

 


Attention Single Female Shoppers
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How to Find a Man This Holiday Season Revealed in a New Book, I AM Before “I Do”

Relationship Author Lists 5 Must-Dos to Shop for the Gift of Love

Irvine, Calif. - If you are single this holiday season and looking for love, shop for a man with the same enthusiasm, organization and determination that you use to shop for everything else on your list, advises Ranee A. Spina, author of I AM Before “I Do (ISBN 978-0-9774024-0-3) U.S. $24.99, www.IAmBeforeIDo.com.

“With New Year’s Eve and Valentine’s Day right around the corner, many single women are weighed down by the thought of another holiday season without a boyfriend,” says Spina. “Don’t mope. Put a twinkle in your eye, a spring in your step, get out there and start engaging with people. You are what you attract. For ladies that are looking for a new start with a new man, now is the perfect time to check out the merchandise.”

Spina advises single women who are looking for the gift of love this holiday season to:

  1. Like Santa, Make Your List, and Check it Twice – Write down all of the qualities you are looking for in a man. Go beyond naughty or nice. Get more detailed than tall, sense of humor, and a Republican. How will he best complement you spiritually, financially, socially and sexually?
  2. Go Window Shopping – Finish your shopping as early as possible so that you can focus more on who is shopping rather than what you are buying. How convenient that you are around when an eligible bachelor needs to ask, “A pink or yellow sweater for my mom?”
  3. Accept Every Party Invitation – You never know who you’ll meet or who they know.
  4. Look Your Best – During the holiday season, act as if you are on a continual interview. No running to the store after the gym without showering. First impressions do count!
  5. Smile and Stay Off of Your Cell Phone – Yes, it can be that simple to attract someone. Smiling attracts others to you. Not being preoccupied with a phone conversation gives someone the opportunity to talk to you!

 

Ranee A. Spina is a nationally known relationship researcher and leadership speaker. She has appeared on radio and TV stations across the country. Her first book, I AM Before “I Do,” received the USA Book News 2006 National Book Award.

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RAZ Productions Publication “I AM Before ‘I Do” Reveals

Women Hold the Key to Divorce Rate

Newport Beach, CA (May 17, 2006)  For over half of the women getting married today, Prince Charming will turn into King Irritation, and happily ever after will be replaced by unhappily divorced. “My goal is to help lower the divorce rate,” says Ranee A. Spina, author of the Summer 2006 release I AM Before “I Do” (ISBN 0-9774024-0-1, 192 pages, hardback, $24.99 RAZ Productions).  “I had to write this book.  With the divorce rate over 50% and creeping upwards, the ‘wisdom’ available on bookshelves today obviously isn’t working,” said Spina.

In I AM Before “I Do”, Spina speaks the truth with a no-nonsense, no-holds barred attitude. She’s an intelligent woman inspiring audiences to focus on the commitment that must be made to oneself before making a commitment to a long-term relationship. “I think women are responsible for getting our insane divorce rate down and I am tired of women blaming men.” Of all U.S. divorces, nearly two-thirds are petitioned by women, according to the National Marriage Project, a non partisan, interdisciplinary initiative at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. “Women, specifically the younger generations, are extremely susceptible to society’s views on fashion, body image, self-esteem, marriage, education, and career.  Society is constantly forcing its values (or lack thereof) upon us,” said Spina, “I speak to women about self-awareness and the power of choice.”

Just as women are drawn to Carrie Bradshaw’s “wisdom” on sex, they will be drawn to Spina’s analysis of relationships.  Spina uses humor to empower young women to lower the divorce rate in I AM Before “I Do”. Every page of this beautifully-designed hardback book is a wake-up call to the would-be victim of what Spina believes is avoidable heartache. I AM Before “I Do” says what many family and friends are too timid, too tired, or forbidden to say.  And maybe, just maybe, the “new” messenger is supposed to be every bit the alluring Venus that Spina is. “How many men has Dr. Phil dated?” Spina asks with a laugh. 

Ranee A. Spina is a nationally-known relationship and leadership speaker who performs on college campuses.  She has been heard on radio stations across the country, and appeared as a regular guest on Dick Clark’s “The Other Half.” Currently, she is working towards her PhD in Social Psychology.  I AM Before “I Do” is a 2006 Fresh Voices Finalist.

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RAZ Productions' June Release Aims to Decrease "
Hollywood Marriages"

Newport Beach, CA (May 30, 2006) The term “Hollywood Marriage” has come to sadly represent a marriage that quickly dissolves into divorce.  Recognizing irreconcilable differences prior to the many “I DO’s” that will be said in June, is the goal of the summer release I AM Before “I Do”.  “Reviving the belief that marriages can last, and happily, is the focus of the book,” says Ranee A. Spina, author of I AM Before “I Do” (ISBN 0-9774024-0-1, 192 pages, hardback, $24.99 RAZ Productions). 

In I AM Before “I Do”, Spina speaks the truth with a no-nonsense, no-holds barred attitude. She’s an intelligent woman inspiring audiences to focus on the commitment that must be made to oneself before making a commitment to a long-term relationship. “Women have a choice between a happy heart and heartache, and I want them to take responsibility for that choice,” says Spina.  According to the National Marriage Project, of all U.S. marriages, nearly two-thirds are ended by women, proving Spina’s theory that it is the women who are choosing to walk down the aisle with the wrong man, or at the wrong time.

Just as women are drawn to Carrie Bradshaw’s “wisdom” on sex, they will be drawn to Spina’s analysis of relationships.  Spina uses humor to empower young women to reject the idea of the “Hollywood Marriage.”  The author is determined to increase the percentage of successful marriages.  Every chapter of this beautifully-designed hardback book is a woman-to-woman conversation that confronts what many family and friends are too timid, too tired, or forbidden to say.  

Ranee A. Spina is a nationally-known relationship and leadership speaker who performs on college campuses.  She has been heard on radio stations across the country, and appeared as a regular guest on Dick Clark’s “The Other Half.” Currently, she is working towards her PhD in Social Psychology.  I AM Before “I Do” is a 2006 Fresh Voices Finalist.

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CONTACT:    Joanna Brody
                        310-582-0085, Joanna@brody-pr.com


Just In Time for Valentine’s Day A 

Woman’s Day Survey Proves Women Need
New Wisdom for Choosing a Life-Long Mate

Irvine, Calif. - Just when New Year’s Eve is over, another major “date” holiday is around the corner.  For single people – especially women - the thought of spending Valentine’s Day without a man is depressing.

“Single women obsess on the fact they do not have that special someone to buy them $75 roses or take them out to a romantic dinner. (As if going out to a restaurant on an extremely crowded night is romantic!) If women focused more on who is in their in life, instead of having any male in their life simply to elevate themselves to couple status, society would see more happy - and lasting - marriages,”  says relationship researcher Ranee A. Spina, author of  I AM Before “I Do” (ISBN 978-0-9774024-0-3) U.S. $24.99, www.IAmBeforeIDo.com.

A recent Woman’s Day survey proves women need new wisdom for choosing a life-long valentine. Only 44% of 3000 married women surveyed would marry their husbands if given the chance to do it all again. “It is much better for a woman to choose a love that makes her heart happy 364 days of the year,” adds Spina, “instead of on the single day that happens to be the second most commercialized holiday.”

Spina believes that women are choosing to walk down the aisle with the wrong man, at the wrong time. The author says there are four things you absolutely need to find a lifelong mate:

  1. Choose the man that complements you socially. Are you a couch potato or a social butterfly? It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that couch potatoes are more compatible with other couch potatoes.
  2. Choose the man that is on the same page as you when it comes to sexual like and dislikes. No explanation needed.
  3. Choose a man that complements you financially. Talk about money BEFORE you walk down the aisle.
  4. Choose to marry the man that matches you spiritually. Again, keep it simple. If you are religious, marry someone who shares your faith.

 

Ranee A. Spina is a nationally known relationship researcher and leadership speaker.  She appears on radio and TV stations across the country.  I AM Before “I Do,” received the USA Books News 2006 National Book Award.
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