Hi, I'm Bill Farr, author of "The Power of Personality Types in Love and Relationships." I began my process of self-discovery, which lead to writing this book, because I wanted to stop suffering so much in relationships. I realized that I inadvertently hurt the ones I love the most, and vice versa, and I wanted that process to stop.
I have been in relationships with women who were the right match for me and have lost them because of giving into my own fears and insecurities. I have also attracted the wrong partners and spent my time trying to make those relationships work, instead of moving on to a partner better matched for me. Only after years of studying psychology and different personality types, as well as working on my issues with insightful teachers, did I figure this out about myself. I was unknowingly acting as a type not natural for me, combined with choosing personality types not suited for my type. Once I figured this out, everything became easier. I realized that I was working twice as hard, in the wrong relationships, just to get along because I was deceiving myself, instead of choosing my relationships more wisely.
I am now fortunate enough to work with people in business and personal relationships to improve their lives and find an easier path to happiness. I do this by presenting the formula to transform from choosing partners that might never work, to consciously choosing harmony in your approach to all relationships.
A little about me is, I live between NY and LA but have also lived through out Central and South America and Asia, learning from wonderful teachers as well as teaching the method of this book along with meditation. I like to dance Argentine tango, practice chi-gong, jiu-jitsu and a few other forms of martial arts for fun and exercise. Having had success as a professional kickboxer and Tango dancer, I have learned that the important lessons were not obtained from winning a fight or performing well. They came from overcoming the unforgettable feeling of humbly returning to the gym after getting beaten over and over again in practice. They came from standing on the sidelines in a dance studio feeling too ashamed to ask anyone to dance for fear of not being good enough, or of hearing a polite, "no thank you," for the umpteenth time. I know these lessons exist everyday in the subtlest of ways in both new and old relationships with people who don't ask for what they deserve. I hope my work reflects the message of moving through and facing those fears and shame, and offers the tools to create the life and relationship you really want. I have learned that having courage as part of your values far outweighs success, and is imperative for finding your true nature.
I'm interested in helping couples to find harmony and individuals to find unity within themselves and have a website devoted to this. I offer my appreciation and gratitude for your interest in this work and only hope I can provide some insight towards making the path more enjoyable.