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It has made me grow tremendously and look at the world with a new light!
This book explains in great detail the reasons for this self-sabotaging behavior, most often directly tied to childhood abuse and neglect.
It turns out that loving your partner is the best way to facilitate your own personal and spiritual growth.
Spoiler alert: everything in your life is the result of you not getting what you want as a child.Published 2 months ago by seymour
My friend, a M.D. recommended this book. I like the thesis better than the text as it is full of silly exercises for couples.Published 4 months ago by Timmy Anderson
The content was amazing! It has absolutely transformed my relationship views and helped me to find closure during my divorce. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Cyi Taiga
Found it very helpful. It is hard to implement at first as it does seem a little mechanical, but after some practice it is amazing how much of a better listener you become and how... Read morePublished 17 months ago by M. CHOWAN
NOT REALLY WHAT I EXPECTED....DOES NOT SEEM TO SOLVE THE ISSUES JUST TALK ABOUT THEM....AND FRIEND CAN DO THAT..IM SUREPublished 17 months ago by priscilla morgan
This book is an honest & helpful journey towards learning how to truly receive the love that's all around you, every day. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Matt D Waldschmidt
I learned a lot about myself with this book. It has made me grow tremendously and look at the world with a new light!Published 21 months ago by Hook
It was very helpful, to both me & my spouse. We are currently working through some of their other books, because we liked this so well.Published 23 months ago by Courage6609
Its the second book I read from Harvil Hendrix - following the first one - getting the love you want. Read morePublished on September 3, 2012 by Yaron Azruel