Love blocks: breaking the patterns that undermine relationships
A supportive guide designed for the many men and women who have trouble forming rewarding, lasting relationships--a book that does not blame people for making foolish choices or loving too much.
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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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