Love Trips: A Collection of Relationship Stumbles
“I have a bad history of choosing the wrong men.
From sloppy sexual encounters to the return of exes past, Sujeiry recalls the highs and lows of love with raw honesty, vulnerability and humor. Thing is she really wants the one thing that she’s missing in her life – the love of a man! Instead she’s stuck with bad sex, boring studs and men who just can’t commit.
In this relatable collection of personal essays and the ultimate what not to do relationship book, Sujeiry takes readers into her love trips. You’ll shake your head at Sujeiry’s drunk dialing episodes. You’ll laugh as she explores the world of psychics and tarot. You’ll cry when she’s heartbroken after committing to the wrong man (again!). Readers will root for Sujeiry to find love and the self-worth that she lacks but desperately needs, even more than a love of a man. Women everywhere will find an ally and homegirl in Sujeiry as we all desire a King that deserves our heart.
The Inspiration Behind Love Trips
My inspiration for the book is single women that struggle with self-love and self-worth and don’t know that they are enough. It is the “what not to do relationship” book because I detail the mistakes that I made in relationships and when single. Love Trips is for women who are going through it – the single life, the self-doubt, the regret – and those who have stumbled yet picked themselves up, just like I did. Love Trips serves to inspire and entertain all while relating a very important message – you have to love yourself first before anyone can love you. That’s The Power of Self-First, that’s Love Trips: A Collection of Relationship Stumbles.
Sujeiry Gonzalez is a vibrant relationship writer and on-air talent. Coined the ‘Latina Carrie Bradshaw,’ she’s dishes on love, dating and sex in the pages of Latina Magazine, Cosmopolitan for Latinas, and on television and radio. She’s been featured on CNN Latino, FYI’s “Married on First Sight,” AquiTV on Supercanal, and was the 2013 Love Guru on Exitos 93.9FM on the Raq-C an Nachin Show.