Love Blocks: Breaking the Patterns That Undermine Relationships
From the author of Women and Self-Esteem comes this supportive, practical guide to overcoming the inner obstacles that block intimacy. Love blocks, ingrained psychological patterns, prevent people from seeing themselves as worthy of love. Love Blocks identifies 15 of these patterns, and explains how to overcome them in order to find fulfillment in intimate relationships.
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The Loss of the Receptive Childhood Self An Overview
The Importance of Dealing with the Past
Understanding How People Change
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