Real Talk About Relationships and Married Life

Dr. Charles Rawlings, M.D.; J.D. discusses his book, It Really is That Complicated.

It Really is That Complicated, the name of a penetratingly real book examining the fallacies of relationships as well as the real world state of affairs that describes the interaction of couples- real or imagined. There comes a time when the veil of mystery, the fog of ennui must be stripped away from the truth, in this case, the truth about male and female relationships. The book, It Really Is That Complicated, does just that; in 10 short chapters it deconstructs male/female relationships and portrays them in their true light, as seen and experienced by a mature male.

Beginning with the first chapter discussing marriage and ending with the final chapter asking questions about the human condition and relationships, the book grabs the reader and propels them through the exotic (and erotic) landscape that is the foundation for male/female relationships. No topic is too controversial for discussion. The reader is inexorably drawn down the path and thrust through Alice’s rabbit hole as the author examines topics as diverse as marriage, sex, land, money, matchmaking, escorts, hookers, and women as prostitutes. No stone in a relationship is left unturned.

Interestingly, just when the discussion turns bleakest, the author offers a glimpse of optimism, so long as the reader knows themselves. In so doing, Dr. Rawlings exhorts his readers to throw off the mantle of the ordinary and seek that which is extraordinary. Perhaps some of his readers can do just that.

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