The authors have lived it, now they share it—how to create
joyful, harmonious partnerships on and off the dance floor.
Dancing is supposed to be fun. But when dancers begin to snipe
and bicker, they usually feel they have only two choices: stop
dancing or change partners. In Ballroom Dancing is not for
Sissies, authors, psychologists and amateur ballroom dancers
Elizabeth and Arthur Seagull present a better choice—a simple
system which prevents most relationship conflicts from occurring,
and gives dancers a healthier way to handle them when they do. By
learning and applying the 3Rs of Relationship Fitness, dancers
can improve not only their dance partnership, but all their
relationships! Warm and witty, Ballroom Dancing is not for
Sissies uses real-life examples familiar to everyone who dances
or does any other coupled sport.