Are you ready to go back to the drawing board in your love life--and end up more satisfied than you've ever been before? In these pages, master coach Nancy Levin takes a truly fresh look at relationships, showing you how to build them better from the ground up--or perform some skillful renovations.
Permission to Put Yourself First is for you if you fit any of these profiles: you're single and looking for a new relationship beyond what you've experienced before . . . you're happy alone but looking toward a great relationship in the future . . . you're divorced and determined never to do that again . . . or you're recovering from the death of a partner and unsure what's next. It's also for you if you're currently in a relationship that you want to refresh and restore; a relationship that challenges or threatens your boundaries; a relationship you're not sure you can salvage; or a relationship you recognize as the exact right teacher for you, even if it's not easy.
Essentially, this book is for you if you're ready for something more in relationship than what the old models have offered. It's based on the essential truth that relationship is first and foremost where we learn to love ourselves. Drawing on many of the same exercises she uses with her clients, Nancy guides you through a 10-step process to dissolve your emotional and psychological roadblocks to self-love so you can have the relationship you truly desire.
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Table of Contents
Step 1 Reframe Relationship as Spiritual Path 1
Step 2 Identify Your Relationship Beliefs 13
Step 3 Revisit Your Relationship History 37
Step 4 Make Peace with Your Past … and Let It Go 59
Step 5 Redefine Intimacy 75
Step 6 Embrace Selfishness 101
Step 7 Go It Alone for a While 123
Step 8 Hone Your New Relationship Skills 147
Step 9 Envision the Relationship You Desire 173
Step 10 Lean into Love 201
"Loving and being loved" Nancy Levin 220
About the Author 225