Do I Have to Give Up Me to Be Loved by You: Second Edition
As the coronavirus pandemic changes the way we live and work, partners may be spending more time together, warts and all. This book can help couples anticipate and approach occasional or chronic conflict with compassion and creativity.
This classic text for couples interested in creating freer, more joyful, and profoundly intimate relationships explores the delicate balance of being true to oneself and being loved by another.
Newly updated by the authors, here is the classic text for couples interested in creating freer, more joyful, and profoundly intimate relationships. In their best-selling book about couple relationships, Jordan Paul and Margaret Paul explore the delicate balance of being true to oneself and being loved by another. While couples think they are fighting about money, sex, or time, the authors reveal how such conflicts are almost always more deeply rooted and related to issues of self-protection. Offering a solid framework for conflict resolution, the authors guide couples in working through fears and false beliefs that can block the expression of loving feelings. Stories of couples and examples of dialogue validate readers- feelings and experiences.Key features and benefitsa proven best-sellerhighly recommended by marriage therapistsincludes exercises for couples to explore core beliefs and values
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Second Edition Jordan Paul, Margaret Paul. Do I Have to Give Up Me to Be Loved by You? “Arguably one of the most extraordinary books on relationships ever.
“Arguably one of the most extraordinary books on relationships ever written.” JACK CANFIELD Coauthor, Chicken Soup for the Couple's Soul “A rare and special book ... thoughtfully and carefully constructed. This classic is the best book ...
Preface to the Revised Edition by Margaret Paul, Ph.D. Preface to the Revised Edition by Jordan Paul, Ph.D. Acknowledgments Introduction SECTION ONE From Conflict to Intimacy 1. Do I Have to Give Up Me to Be Loved by You?
Loneliness is a searingly painful feeling that radiates through the center of our being when we cannot connect lovingly with another, either because the other is closed or because there is no one available to us.
is no one available to us. When we have not learned how to manage loneliness, it touches off our infant experiences of being left alone, when we might have died if no one came. People who have not learned to manage loneliness in healthy ...
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This book is for everyone who wants the excitement of feeling in love along with the richnes and dimension that comes only with a lasting, committed relationship. Contents include charts illustrating ... 閱讀評論全文
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