A guide to building stronger relationships

At the launch of Uncomplicated Love, from left, Brad Shorkend, of Johannesburg; Susi Astengo, of Oranjezicht; author Shelley Lewin, of Tokai; and Carl Wastie, of Parow.

Shelley Lewin, of Tokai, works with people worldwide who want to improve their relationships, with themselves and others. The Tokai coach launched her book, Uncomplicated Love, at Exclusive Books, Cavendish Square, on Sunday June 11. Drawing on her two decades of experience in private practice, she provides a step-by-step guide to build thriving relationships and uncomplicate the most complicated ones.

From left, Quaid Biani, of Hout Bay; Alison Piers, of Hout Bay; and Warren Williams, of Langebaan.
Andrea le Sueur, of Hout Bay.
Ella Watson with her mother, Renee Watson, both from Bishopscourt.
Sisters Sally Macey, of Wynberg, with Trish Neill, of Constantia.
John Macey, of Wynberg, with Debs Walters, of Rondebosch.
Nicola and Nick da Silva from Newlands.
Tokai author Shelley Lewin signing a book for Parveen Sonday, of Rylands.
From left, Chris Cleator, of Bakoven; Nate Lewin, of Tokai; Peter Zitianellis, of Camps Bay; and Pearce Lewin, of Tokai.
Samantha Lazarus, of Pinelands, with Kirsty Marmarellis, also from Pinelands.
From left, Layla Roberts, Janine Roberts, Chloe Ash and Kiara Roberts, all from Fish Hoek.