Kirkus Indie Review is highly regarded as the voice of authority in books for almost 80 years. A good review from Kirkus is a "feather in an author's cap." According to Kelly Chicas, this review shows how important the subject of infidelity and affairs is to couples. "Infidelity is a huge problem among committed couples, and prevention is one aspect that is rarely talked about" says Chicas. While most couples know all about trying to repair an affair after it happens, most know very little about how to prevent it from happening.
Kirkus found the book to be written with a "clear voice and practical approach of an experienced therapist", and "with an impressive degree of specificity and direction, Chicas offers solid insight and preventative measures." The review continues with "According to Chicas, the choice is clear: take the necessary steps that will result in the joy of an honest, long term committed relationship."
Prevention, not repair is the discussion about infidelity that should be taking place with couples. "Keep Your Pants On" is the beginning of the conversation that every couple should have, before an affair begins. As affairs are a major contributing factor to divorce, prevention is critical to decreasing the current divorce rate.
The full review from Kirkus can be found at http://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/kelly-chicas/keep-your-pants/#review
Kelly Chicas is a Board Certified Sex Therapist, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and the creator of Great Relationships Now. She is the author of "Keep Your Pants On: Preventing Infidelity in Your Marriage", and the Founder of Albuquerque Family Counseling. Her advice and expertise as a relationship and sex expert is frequently featured in the Albuquerque Journal, Live Well, Sage, Boomer, Yahoo, and on television. She is also a topic expert contributor for Goodtherapy.org and Ezinearticles. Chicas is an instructor for Webster University and the University of New Mexico Professional Development. Chicas is also a speaker and lecturer, presenting to numerous audiences on the topics of relationships.
For more information, contact Kelly Chicas at 505-974-0104 or visit: www.greatrelationshipsnow.com