The Solomon Syndrome is designed to help readers understand how to have a happier and more meaningful life.
The Solomon Syndrome helps readers identify the futile ways in which men and women seek to have a happy life pursuing the cultural ideas of how to be successful. The first part serves as a tool for assessment of how one seeks to have their needs met in ways that never work. Solomon becomes a model of how all the pathways contemporary culture teaches to pursue only gets readers onto the “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” and elicit the evaluation “Meaningless”. 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.