HelloBeautiful Q1: Steven James Dixon is our newest blogger on HelloBeautiful.com. Steven, what do our readers need to know about you?
Steven James Dixon: I am a God Fearing Father, Husband, Relationship Expert and Author of the hot new book, “Men Don’t Heal, We Ho – A Book About the Emotional Instability of Men.” Since the release of my book, I have toured the country spreading my positive message about marriage and challenging men to heal from broken relationships. What sets me apart from other relationship experts is my principle that, “All marriages are either successful or they fail based solely upon the leadership of men.”
HelloBeautiful Q2: I am sure that our readers would like to know what places you have been on your book tour.
Steven James Dixon: I have answered relationship questions live on television with CNN, WGN, Fox News (Houston), UPN (Chicago) and CW (Atlanta). I have also Co-Hosted Nationally Syndicated Radio with Doug Banks in addition to radio interviews all across the country including Tom Joyner, Michael Baisden, Rickey Smiley, Sirius Satellite Radio, HOT 97 (NY), KJLH (LA), WGCI (Chicago), V103 (Atlanta), 97.9 (Houston), K104 (Dallas), etc. I have been published and broadcasted in locations as far as the Caribbean and the United Kingdom. I have processed book orders for people across North America, Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Africa.
HelloBeautiful Q3: What do our readers need to know to become more successful at dating, relationships and marriage? What are you going to bring to our readers?
Steven James Dixon: Honesty. Candor. Insightfulness. Research. A biblical foundation. What sets me apart from other relationship experts is that I have actually saved a marriage . . . my own! At the age of 25 I got a divorce. You know what I learned about divorce?
HelloBeautiful Q4: What’s that?
Steven James Dixon: That divorce cannot be an option in marriage. That was my one and only divorce. I will never do that again. Some of those problems that I had in that marriage I have had again in my current marriage. The difference between my first marriage and my current marriage is that I am now a problem solver. My wife is a problem solver. At the time I wasn’t man enough to lead a marriage or solve any of our problems. My family tree is full of divorce and divorce was an option for me so when I became unhappy, I bounced.
I work a lot harder in my current marriage to keep both me and my wife happy. Because of the energy and effort that I put into my marriage today, my wife is also unafraid to give her maximum effort in our marriage. Marriage is hard work but you have to want it! Divorce is not an option for us. I am not encouraging people to stay married and be unhappy. I am encouraging people to figure out how to be happy. People figure out stuff every day but when it comes to their marriages they give up. Someone is reading this article at a job that they hate, but you know what? They will figure how to go back to that same job tomorrow. We have too many people trying to be the best lawyers, doctors, rappers and athletes but we don’t have enough people trying to be the best husbands or wives. My role as a husband is by far the most important role that I have. Nothing else is even close. I tell couples every day that God is #1 in my life. My wife is #2. My wife is also #3. #4 is vacant; I don’t want anything close to my wife. #5 is my son, momma, the Raiders, LSU, the Miami Heat, friends and frat.
HelloBeautiful Q5: What do our readers need to know about “Men Don’t Heal, We HO?”
“Men Don’t Heal, We Ho – A Book About the Emotional Instability of Men” is now available on http://www.RelationshipBeast.com.
– Audio Book Available on iTunes.
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