"Gay and Kathlyn's book offers invaluable insights into the real workings of making a lasting, breakthrough commitment."--Bonnie Raitt, singer-songwriter
Conscious Loving: The Journey to Co-Committmentby Gay Hendricks, Kathlyn Hendricks
Here is a powerful new program that can clear away the unconscious agreements patterns that undermine even your best intentions. Through their own marriage and through twenty years' experience counseling more than one thousand couples, therapists Gay and Kathlyn Hendricks have developed precise strategies to help you create a vital partnership and enhance the energy, creativity, and happiness of each individual. You will learn how to: Let go of power struggles and need for control; Balance needs for closeness and separateness; Increase intimacy by telling the "microscopic truth"; Communicate in a positive way that stops arguments; Make agreements you can keep; Allow more pleasure into your life. Addressed to individuals as well as to couples, Conscious Loving will heal old hurts and deepen your capacity for enjoyment, security, and enduing love.
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3 days ago, my relationship was in doubts. I went to B/N and read through what must have been 30 books on relationships. Most of them defined and explained, but none of them wanted to really help.....until this book. After reading several pages, it was like this book was written for me, and to me. So much insight and care went into this book that it has become my answer to saving my relationship. Now I just want to find out where the authors are having their next seminar!
I would suggest this book to any couple prior to marriage. I've been married 6 years and there is a lot that we've missed along the way. I think both parties have to be willing to participate in the book and practice the methods together. If one does and the other doesn't it defeats the purpose. Although my spouse is not reading the book with me it allows me to better understand myself and some of the things I see in him.