Healing Your Family History: 5 Steps to Break Free of Destructive Patterns

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This fascinating book by Rebecca Linder Hintze powerfully and effectively communicates a key, and sometimes overlooked, piece of the puzzle relating to family dynamics. For example, have you ever wondered why some families reach a ceiling on their earning potential, struggle to have happy marriages, or have such difficult interactions with their siblings and parents? Perhaps your family has a history of sabotaging careers or thwarting their love relationships? Healing Your Family History explains that most of our...
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Overview

This fascinating book by Rebecca Linder Hintze powerfully and effectively communicates a key, and sometimes overlooked, piece of the puzzle relating to family dynamics. For example, have you ever wondered why some families reach a ceiling on their earning potential, struggle to have happy marriages, or have such difficult interactions with their siblings and parents? Perhaps your family has a history of sabotaging careers or thwarting their love relationships? Healing Your Family History explains that most of our individual issues originate from family blocks.As you read this book, you’ll come to understand how family belief systems store inside you and prevent individual growth by locking you into thought processes that hold you back. All families have these nonverbal belief systems, and unless you understand and heal your inherent blocks, it may be difficult to love others, move forward, and get what you want in life.Most people have a family . . . and we all have a reason to heal our related challenges—after all, tribal issues sit at the core of world turmoil. Those who are truly ready to heal their family dysfunction will benefit immensely from this book!
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Emotional wellness counselor Hintze proposes a five-step process that allows individuals to discover past family belief systems that color their emotions in the present. Through self-awareness, Hintze says, one can better understand and love one's family and oneself and clearly focus energy on achieving goals. She illustrates her message with life stories and explanations of common areas of dissension, such as finance, physical health, spirituality, education, and relationships. Doubtless, readers will benefit by thinking through and applying the issues discussed. A good addition to self-help collections; recommended for public libraries. Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781401907976
  • Publisher: Hay House, Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/1/2006
  • Edition description: 1ST
  • Pages: 200
  • Sales rank: 561,573
  • Product dimensions: 5.30 (w) x 8.30 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Rebecca Linder Hintze is a life-skills coach and emotional-wellness counselor. A former broadcast journalist, she frequently lectures and leads workshops in cities throughout the United States on topics such as “Healing Your Family History,” “Strengthening Relationships,” and “Resolving Marital Conflict.” Rebecca is the author of a successful weekly newsletter called Weekly Wisdom, published as a public service online, and in print around the world. She’s also the co-founder of Pretty Sisters, a society for girls of all ages.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2009

    A Great Book

    This book very clearly outlines 5 steps a person can take to overcome both generational disfunction, and personal weaknesses. At the end of each chapter is a "process" section which helps you work through these issues. I have put her book to the test, and have found healing not only for myself, but for those close to me...my family. I would highly recommend it to anyone interested in self improvement.

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