A guide to finding the fulfillment God intended for you: ';This is a book that can change your life.' Bo Mitchell, Chaplain, Colorado Rockies, author of Grace Behind BarsThe Solomon Syndrome helps us understand the futile ways in which men and women seek to have a happy life pursuing the culture's ideas of how to be successful. The first part of the book serves as a tool to assess how one seeks to have their needs metoften in ways that never work. Solomon becomes a model of how all the pathways the contemporary world encourages us to pursue only get us onto the ';Boulevard of Broken Dreams' and leave us with a sense of meaninglessness. It then lays out a paradigm of how God designed a network of relationships to meet one's deepest needs and make life meaningful and happy. The second part of The Solomon Syndrome takes each of the relationships discussed within and provides a tool for adjustment and enhancement of each area. Rather than being a book about marriage, or family, or serving, or a relationship with God, it shows how all relationships are designed to work together to create the life God intended for people to live.