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The Relationship Handbook

Author : George S. Pransky
ISBN : 0971198802
Genre : Communication in marriage
File Size : 30.48 MB
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When couples go to a marriage counselor there are three possible outcomes: (1) they get a fresh start, (2) they stay together and "cope with" a tense or sour marriage, or (3) they separate. Every couple wants the first outcome. They want to have a fresh start and be happy together. If they can't get a fresh start, they will jump to the third choice-separation-because they don't want the second. They have already been coping and are tired of it. Problems and adversity are not the crux of marital discord. All couples face adversity, but it doesn't cause problems for harmonious couples. Couples with satisfying marriages don't "cope" with their lives and with each other. They don't work on their marriages. The strength of their marriages lies not in their ability to cope with their problems, but in their ability to keep their bearings and to stay close. This book shows couples how to do that.
Category: Communication in marriage

The Relationship Handbook

Author : Shakti Gawain
ISBN : 9781577314738
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 28.86 MB
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In her first new book in fifteen years, personal development pioneer Shakti Gawain encapsulates a lifetime of teaching and learning to offer her most trenchant and universal work to date. These exercises and insights have been tested and refined in the popular workshops Gawain has taught for decades. They reflect the fact that each of us is in relationship with romantic partners, family, coworkers, and so on — but also with internal core beliefs and a variety of selves, including primary, disowned, and shadow selves. Her revelatory teaching incorporates strategies for becoming aware of hidden beliefs, applying the Voice Dialogue process developed by therapists Hal and Sidra Stone, and learning to experience our every relationship as a path to self-knowledge, intrapersonal enhancement, and even community and global betterment.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Relationship Handbook

Author : Kevin B. Burk
ISBN : 0975968211
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 72.50 MB
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In this comprehensive guide to human relationships, Burk helps readers discover the secrets of how to create commitment, rekindle romance, spark the flame of passion, and enhance intimacy.
Category: Psychology

The Relationship Handbook

Author : Jan S. Maizler
ISBN : 9780595259120
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 41.85 MB
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The Relationship Handbook( is written as an interactive resource for people desiring soundness, health, and realism in their relationships. The mission and the goal of The Relationship Handbook is to offer people an education in relationship dynamics, management, and improvement that they never formally receive in school. The insights and ideas that Mr. Maizler conveys is based on over twenty years of intensive and successful work with couples and marriages of all ages. Jan S. Maizler, MSW, ASCW, LCSW, has been in the private practice of individual, marital, family, and group psychotherapy since 1980. He has written and published over seventy articles. Mr. Maizler is now focusing more particularly on the relationship between individual responsibility and human growth.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Relationships Handbook

Author : George S. Pransky
ISBN : 0830638342
Genre : Communication in marriage
File Size : 25.33 MB
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Category: Communication in marriage

The Open Relationship Handbook

Author : Kate L Stewart
ISBN : 9781483501512
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 20.14 MB
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Are you in a relationship with someone who has expressed interest in “opening the relationship?” Maybe you are the one dissatisfied with monogamy? Have you been thinking about polyamory as a lifestyle, but don’t know how where to start? Have you recently started dating someone you are very interested in, only to hear them say “I’m not interested in a monogamous relationship,” and you don’t know what to make of it? If so, this book is for you. The Open Relationships Handbook is an introduction to the most common types of open relationships: swinging, non-monogamy, and polyamory. In this book, we’ll cover definitions, important questions, and things to keep in mind in deciding what shape your love life will take, and how to negotiate changes with your partner.
Category: Self-Help

Why We Didn T Choose You

Author : William T. Hoston
ISBN : 0615411495
Genre : Interpersonal relations
File Size : 52.25 MB
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Why "We" Didn't Choose You will hopefully help single and married women better understand the complexities of relationships. The rapport between men and women is arguably the most complicated to explain. If single women are reading this book, chances are they want to gain more information about why they weren't chosen for marriage in a past relationship, or why their current relationship is failing to lead to marriage. The panel of men provide practical information for these women to increase their self-awareness in relationships, expand their ability to better understand men, offer information on how to handle conflict in relationships, and further show them how to develop an appreciation for the fundamental differences between men and women. If married women are reading this book, it provides insight on how to keep the barriers of trust, understanding, compromise, and lines of communication open to continue to experience happiness.
Category: Interpersonal relations

The Vibrant Relationship

Author : Piet Draiby
ISBN : 9781780498010
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 27.79 MB
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Creating and sustaining a vibrant relationship is one of the most difficult challenges we come across in our lives. But when we do succeed, it is the source of a truly deep and lasting happiness. To succeed, we need some tools to help us on our way.The subject of this book is the Dialogue of Acknowledgement, an extremely efficient and loving tool that can help people come to grips with problems as well as form the basis for a new way of living and ethical practice, both within the couple and in all other relationships in life.This book hopes to introduce the reader to a way to a shared life of openness, curiosity, acknowledgement, appreciation, and recognition and help them to learn how to converse and listen so that it will be possible for you to explore yourselves and each other in new ways.
Category: Psychology

Going Home Grown Up

Author : Anne F. Grizzle
ISBN : 0877882320
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 35.9 MB
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Psychotherapist Anne Grizzle outlines a path wholesome independence from parents for adult children who revert to destructive, immature patterns in their relationships with mothers and fathers.t
Category: Family & Relationships

A Practical Handbook For Building The Play Therapy Relationship

Author : Maria Giordano
ISBN : 0765701111
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 69.31 MB
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Building a safe, accepting, and freeing relationship with a child in the play therapy experience is considered to be essential by practicing play therapists and all theoretical approaches to play therapy. A Practical Handbook for Building the Play Therapy Relationship is designed for practitioners, students, and play therapy supervisors who want a practical approach for learning or teaching the fundamental skills of building a therapeutic relationship in play therapy. It provides a step-by-step approach from structuring the play therapy session to therapeutic limit setting to termination-closure. This book involves the reader in learning and applying these key skills and is a must for practitioners and students of the play therapy process.
Category: Psychology