Do I Have to Give Up Me to Be Loved by You Workbook: Workbook - Second Edition
A companion to the best-selling book of the same title, this popular, newly revised workbook helps couples create a deeply satisfying, more intimate relationship.
A companion to the best-selling book of the same title, this popular, newly revised workbook helps couples create a deeply satisfying, more intimate relationship. Focusing on the ever-present dynamic of conflict-and the process of working through it-the authors guide couples in getting to the root of recurring disagreements and destructive behaviors. Self-assessment exercises and couple activities help readers recognize unloving responses, move past fear, identify self-protective and negative beliefs, break down power struggles, and reach out in forgiveness. The principles outlined in this powerful, easy-to-use workbook have helped thousands of couples and families create more loving relationships.Key features and benefitsa proven best-sellerhighly recommended by marriage therapistsincludes exercises for couples to explore core beliefs and values
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It's easy to be loving when things go your way, but when people do things you don't like, your subconscious fears rise closer to the surface, causing you to react habitually with protective, unloving behavior, which often results in the ...
Protections—your attempts to avoid the pain of losing either another person's love or your own integrity—actually bring about the very things you hope to avoid: lowered selfesteem; eroding love; power struggles; sexual, financial, ...
For example, when you believe you're inadequate in a particular area (your bodily appearance, your intelligence, your sensitivity), you take things personally and feel bad and defensive when you're criticized.
By that definition, the ego is the governor of the personality structure that includes the ego, the superego, and the id, and therefore a strong ego is considered a healthy thing. But when defined as the false self, a dominant ego is ...
Therefore, most people pursue happiness and selfesteem by trying to become successful (accomplishing things or acquiring wealth, status, or a good reputation) and/or by being loved. But the closed doors of protected thinking keep you ...
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Protections and Consequences
Looking at Compliance and Emotional Caretaking
Consequences of Protections
Acknowledging and Respecting Fear
Fear of Pain