Understanding Love: What Does Love Feel Like to You?

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Xlibris Corporation, Feb 10, 2010 - Self-Help
This book is about discovering the causes of how we love. The experiences that we encounter throughout our lives that teaches us how to love or how we feel we should be loved and should love another. It will take you on a journey of self exploration. Whether it's through the scenarios in each chapter that you may identify with or just the written truths. You will question yourself. These writing are about ways to learn how to love yourself as well as your chosen partner or future partner. They will show you how to identify the contributing factors of your perception of love, from your childhood and upbringing to adulthood. We are all affect by our past and know how and why is the keys to success. ENJOY!!!

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The role your childhood and upbringing plays
The role the relationship of your parents play
The role your relationship with your parents plays
The role environment plays
The role your relationship with siblings plays
The role your educational level plays
The role your selfesteem plays and what affects selfesteem
The role society plays
The role your religious beliefs play
The role your past relationships play

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I was born and raised in East New York Brooklyn. in a small three bed room home with my mother, father and six siblings. My parents tried to give us all the material things they lacked growing up and in doing so they did not give us the most important things, which was love and support. This is what made me hunger for love and began my quest to find the reason why we as people we often fall short when it comes to loving one another. On my journey i found someone that i wanted to love but didn't know how. So I sought the assistance of a professional to help uncover what was happening. I discovered that there are components that contribute to how interpret or perceive love.

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