If you downloaded this book, it is no doubt that you are a schizoid looking to make a romantic connection with another person. You may feel curious about members of the opposite sex. You may feel painfully lonely in your existence as a schizoid. You may long for a little bit of normalcy when you see others having connections with each other.
This book will help to show you how to connect with another person on a romantic level. It will step you through being able to show your interest in the other person to scheduling time together to having a romantic interlude. It will also cover the pitfalls that you may encounter in a romantic relationship with another person if you do seek to delve into something more long term and permanent. With the right partner, schizoids can and do have successful relationships.
I want to tell you what qualifies me to write this book. I am a wellness coach and a popular author, but I am also married to a man who classifies himself as fitting a majority of the schizoid traits. We have gone through many bumps and growing pains in our relationship to get where we are today. We hope to help as many people as possible with the growing pains that we have experienced in order to help others like us to improve the quality of their lives.
Another reason that I am writing this book: my friend, Todd. He took his life in 2011 because he suffered severe loneliness due to being schizoid and his struggles with his inability to connect to others. I attempted to help him through his loneliness at the time, but I did not know then what I do know now. I did not know how to draw him from his solitary life, and eventually he lost all touch with reality in the way that some schizoids do. If I can help even a handful of people to connect with another and stop living a lonely existence, then I have succeeded in learning from Todd's struggles and the struggles of all other schizoids.
Schizoid are highly-sensitive people, not apes coming from the jungle with no social skills whatsoever. This audiobook sadly does not offer any advice on how to navigate in the turmoil between the longing for connection and the impulse of withdrawal, but instead teaches you that offering flowers and a box of chocolates is a good move, if you are interested in someone.