Finally able to have a relationship and happy
Everyone wants to be accepted and loved. Missing us the opportunity in our childhood, a consolidated basic trust to develop, so we feel hurt and have the feeling not lovable to be. Ultimately, this also makes our lives as adults more difficult, as the lack of self-confidence and basic trust is particularly evident at this stage of our lives.
The healing exercises and psychological tests described in the book will help you to strengthen your self-worth and find a balance between adaptation and self-assertion in your relationships
With blunt clarity, this book reveals how unresolved childhood wounds hinder devoted adult relationships and limit their development. Reaching for this book enables us to get off the merry-go-round of failed relationships and lost love and to let go of painful experiences.
If we understand our hurts, we no longer have to wait for our fellow human beings to change or for Mr. or Mrs. Right to knock on our door one day, but can actively shape our partnership and our important relationships.
The many life stories and suggestions that come to life on the pages of this book provide the impetus to recognize one's own injuries and to permanently resolve the resulting patterns of belief and behaviour.
The time of reproach and offense is now coming to an end and we are meeting ourselves and our fellow human beings with more gratitude and tolerance. The wide-ranging and extensive practical section of this book supports you in taking concrete steps to develop your ability to love and to put the knowledge gained into practice immediately. This book is an invitation to make a courageous and clear decision to live love in the here and now with an open heart.
How can you work with this book?
The following steps will help you to make the best use of the book for your personal development and to consult it for your emotional healing.
Step 1: Recognize your emotional injuries
If you want to get the most out of this book for yourself, it is advisable to read through the descriptions of the emotional injuries at the beginning of the reading. Take a look at the emotional injuries described in the book and become aware of which emotional injury you identify with most strongly. The specially created test to identify emotional injuries will serve as a compass to help you find out exactly which injuries are affecting your ability to relate.
Step 2: Resolving emotional injuries
The numerous exercises in the practical section of the book will help you to heal the behavioral patterns and beliefs that arise from your injuries. I recommend that you first work through the exercises that serve to heal your own injuries. You should then carry out the test on your personal inner child and work through the corresponding exercises for the inner child.
Step 3: Welcome the new
In this third step, it is advisable to read through the steps for healing emotional wounds listed in Chapter 7 and identify for yourself the specific areas in which you need support. Once you believe that you have found the steps that will help you to be more independent in your relationships and that are beneficial to your personal development, you can then carry out the corresponding exercises.
This book is a loving companion for you, always at your side on the path of life. So pick it up again and again when you are on the brink or feel the need to better understand the people you love.
For whom suitable
The purchase of this book is particularly worthwhile if
- you your want to free relationships from emotional wounds.
- you your inner child finally heal would like.
- you want to get rid of your emotional dependency.
- you in your relationships no longer being dependent on the opinions and needs of others would like.
- you finally want to stand up for yourself and seek the courage to set boundaries and take care of yourself.
- you are ready, New ways of healing for you and your inner child
- you finally feel ready to take control of your life and heal your heart.
- you long for it, to close the wounds of the past and you are ready to understand and let go of your heartache.
Table of contents
Explanation of terms
Chapter 1: How emotional injuries arise
Chapter 2: Recognizing emotional injuries
2.1 The emotional injury of abandonment
2.2 The emotional injury of rejection
2.3 The emotional injury of injustice
2.4 The emotional violation of the breach of trust
2.5 The emotional injury of humiliation
2.6 The emotional injury of being criticized
2.7 The emotional injury of isolation
Chapter 3: The steps to emotional independence
Step 1: Accepting your own injuries
Step 2: Confronting the impulse image of the inner child
Step 3: Build up resources
Step 4: Consciously dealing with emotions and feelings
Step 5: Reconciliation with the ancestors
Step 6: Dealing with internal and external resistance
Step 7: Develop relationship and communication skills
Practical part: exercise parts 1 to 8 with exercise programs with 58 exercises, 2 tests and 9 meditations
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