Do I have to give up me to be loved by you?
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. P 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. P Key features and benefits UL LI a proven best-seller /LI LI highly recommended by marriage therapists /LI LI includes exercises for couples to explore core beliefs and values /LI /UL
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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
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