How We Love

How We Love

A Revolutionary Approach to Deeper Connections in Marriage

Book - 2006
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Are you tired of arguing with your spouse over the same old issues? Do you dream of a marriage with less conflict and more intimacy? Are you struggling under a load of resentment? The key to creating a deeper bond in your marriage may lie buried in your childhood. Your early life experiences create an "intimacy imprint"--an underlying blueprint that shapes your behavior, beliefs, and expectations of all future relationships, especially your marriage. InHow We Love,relationship experts Milan and Kay Yerkovich help you pinpoint the reason your marriage is struggling--and they reveal exactly what you can do about it. Drawing on the powerful tool of attachment theory, the Yerkoviches identify four types of injured imprints that combine in marriage to trap couples in a repetitive dance of pain. As you discover how your relationship has been guided by these imprints, you'll gain the insights you need to stop stepping on each other's toes and instead allow yourselves to be swept along by the music of a richer, deeper relationship.
Publisher: Colorado Springs, CO : WaterBrook Press, c2006
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781400072989
1400072980
Characteristics: xiv, 305 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Yerkovich, Kay

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Buma
May 21, 2018

This book has completely opened my eyes into why people act the way they do. As a vacillator that seems to keep getting into relationships with avoiders, it helps me understand why I continually feel let down, rejected, abandoned. The have a DVD series for singles and I am excitedly awaiting for it to arrive. I would give this 10 stars if I could. I highly recommend it for every couple to have a more intimate relationship, and to help heal those who are struggling.

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Dutch_Girl
May 30, 2013

I've been married 37 years, and suddenly this book completely changes how I view my husband, and how I view myself in relation to him. Both of us grew up in homes where we received little or no comfort. Our European parents loved us, but were emotionally distant. This impacted each of us differently. My husband is very idealistic, and as a result, is often disappointed with life. He gets angry about all sorts of things. I have tried since the beginning to help him look at the bright side, ... with little success. :-(
Now I've learned a whole new way to approach our constant impasse, and it's bringing new results. It's only been a few months, but I feel more hopeful than I have in years. :-)

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