How We Love: Discover Your Love Style, Enhance Your Marriage by Milan YerkovichIdentify the source of missteps in your marriage-and learn exactly what you can do about it! Tired of arguing with your spouse over the same old issues? Longing for a marriage with less conflict and more intimacy? Struggling under a load of resentment? In How We Love, relationship experts Milan and Kay Yerkovich draw on the powerful tool of attachment theory to show how your early life experiences created an "intimacy imprint"-an underlying blueprint that shapes your behavior, beliefs, and expectations of all relationships, especially your marriage.
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The gift of the book is that he leads you into helping change your love pattern. Jun 12, Sarah rated it liked it Shelves: non-fiction. I'm always fascinated by books describing human I was listening to a podcast a few months ago and one of the hosts mentioned in passing that she'd read this book and gotten a lot out of it. It does not cover everything, but it is a great book with great insight.
Couples will easily be able to identify their love styles and how to transform them into genuine love. I do encourage you to go online This book was eye-opening and life-changing for me. Through experience and example we were all taught yer,ovich connect in certain ways. How We Love Our Kids.
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Look Inside. Jul 11, ISBN Jan 20, ISBN Did you know the last fight you had with your spouse began long before you even met? Are you tired of falling into frustrating relational patterns in your marriage?
Kay Yerkovich is a licensed marriage and family therapist with a master's degree in counseling. Grace Schireson and Grace Shireson! Since this book edifies, we will round it up. We have to learn to notice and be aware of our internal annd, to search our hearts and find words for what is inside us.
Justin von Bujdoss! There are times where the author's voice switches back and forth between Kay and Milan and it can be a bit of A very insightful and helpful read. Notify me. They identify four types of injured imprints that combine in marriage to trap couples in a repetitive dance of pain.