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Coyote Radio talk show ‘Let’s Talk Relationships’ will feature bestselling author Don Miguel Ruiz Jr. on June 17

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Don Miguel Ruiz Jr., the author of the bestsellers “The Mastery of Self: A Toltec Guide to Personal Freedom” and “The Seven Secrets to Healthy, Happy Relationships,” will be the featured guest when the talk show “Let’s Talk Relationships” that will air on Monday, June 17, from noon-1 p.m. PT.
The monthly show, hosted by Kelly Campbell, CSUSB professor of psychology and nationally recognized relationship expert, and co-host Garo Green, an author, educator and psychology researcher, is streamed online on Coyote Radio.
“We are excited to welcome Don Miguel Ruiz Jr. to our show,” Campbell said. “His teachings on personal growth, spirituality, and relationships will really connect with our listeners.”
The show is also giving away 50 copies of “The Seven Secrets to Healthy, Happy Relationships” to the first 50 people who email a relationship question to letstalkrelationshipsradio@gmail.com.
Along with “The Mastery of Self” and ““The Seven Secrets to Healthy, Happy Relationships,” Ruiz has written “The Five Levels of Attachment,” “Living a Life of Awareness,” and “The Don Miguel Ruiz’s Little Book of Wisdom.”
He is the son of Don Miguel Ruiz Sr., a renowned spiritual teacher and internationally bestselling author whose book, “The Four Agreements : A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom,” was on the New York Times bestseller list for more than 8 years.
For more on Don Miguel Ruiz Jr., visit his webpage.
“Our goal is to provide research-based information so people make informed decisions about their relationships,” Campbell said of “Let’s Talk Relationships.” “We focus on topics like infidelity or dating in the modern world and respond to listener questions ranging from relationship break ups to family tensions.”
For more information on “Let’s Talk Relationships,” follow the show at @JustRelationships on Facebook.

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