Do I Have to Give Up Me to Be Loved by You?: The Workbook
The exercises found in this companion piece to Do I Have to Give Up Me to Be Loved by You? help couples explore their personal feelings and attitudes as they work to achieve a deeper, more fulfilling marriage.
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From Conflict to Caring
Our Personal Odyssey Untangling
Introduction to Section II
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Do I Have to Give Up Me to Be Loved by You: Second Edition
Jordan Paul,Margaret Paul
Limited preview - 2010
active listening afraid and/or anger angry anytime attempt to control become indifferent behave blaming caretakers Checklist—Self-limiting Beliefs Codependent compulsive overeater conflict create criticism deepened defensive emotionally Exercise experience explore false beliefs fears and beliefs feel guilty feel unloved felt forgive Format for Learning friends frightened give guilt happen happy he/she healing Higher him/her hurt important inadequate inside intention to learn intimacy Jordan let go look lovable loving behavior loving response Margie Melody Beattie minutes negative consequences never okay open to learning ourselves pain parents partner peace personal responsibility power struggle problems react reaction Rebecca rebel rejected relationships remember resist scared Scott Peck self-esteem self-limiting beliefs sexual SHARING shut situation someone stop stuck take responsibility talk tell things Thomas Keating truth understand unhappiness unloving behavior upset victim violated want to learn Wayne Dyer wrong