Do I Have to Give Up Me to Be Loved by You?

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Hazelden, Sep 1, 1994 - Marriage - 336 pages
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The euphoria experienced when a new relationship begins soon wears off. Anger, disappointment or even hurt may begin to creep into long term relationships. Whether disputes are over money or sex, or simply that neither partner feels like talking at the same time - many couples may start to feel it's time to stop the rot. The aim of this book is to teach couples how to work through conflict and create more love and intimacy, not less. Chapters relate to fears and false beliefs that act as obstacles to loving feelings. In addition a section of exercises is provided for couples to explore together their feelings and beliefs about values, power struggles, and sexual expectations.

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Contents

Do I Have to Give Up Me to Be Loved by You?
1
The Paths through Conflict
21
The How of Learning
47
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Dr. Jordan Paul is a fulfillment coach, psychotherapist, college professor, author, business consultant, and motivational speaker. Dr. Paul has co-authored four books, including the national best seller Do I Have to Give Up Me to Be Loved By You? In addition, he is a contributing author to Community Building: Renewing Spirit & Learning in Busyness'. Paul's latest book The Heart of the Matter: Achieving true personal power, illuminates new and practical ideas for bringing fulfillment into all areas of life.Jordan Paul is a nationally known expert in conflict resolution and has created and taught workshops in conflict resolution since 1975.He was President of Effective Communities International, a consulting and training company. In Effective Communities International, Dr. Paul brought together a multi-talented group of highly skilled professionals to develop programs that taught the leadership skills necessary for building effective communities in business, education, religion, and family. The focus of ECI programs was on teaching leaders how to respond to differences with the behaviors that build trust. ECI worked with Community Leadership Programs in various cities throughout the United States, developing programs with Marin Interfaith Council, and Episcopal Churches in Northern California, and consulting with many businesses, including Xerox and 3M.Dr. Paul is a very popular motivational speaker who has spoken to a wide range of organizations from the World Business Academy and the Million Dollar Round Table to professional associations, substance abuse clinics and hospitals, and a wide variety of spiritual and religious groups. Jordan has presented staff and professional training's for many organizations including: DuPont Corporation; California Association of Marriage and Family Counselors; National Association of Social Workers; and Catholic Marriage Encounter. He has appeared on numerous radio and television shows including Donahue, Oprah and Sonya Live as a guest expert, and on the ABC radio network as a talk show host.

Margaret Paul, Ph.D., is a psychotherapist and the coauthor of Free to Love, Do l Have to Give Up Me to Be Loved By You?, From Conflict to Caring, and If You Really Loved Me.

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