Chock-full of practical wisdom as well as tender care. There is abundant research that shows that having a supportive, healthy love partnership leads to more happiness than a great job or lots of money.This sends the signal subconsciously that the parts of yourself you feel insecure about will not be fully loved if your prospective mate discovers them.This leads to even more insecurity AND less ease and enjoyment.
This enlightening book helped me to see the way we go about dating deeply influences the kind of relationship that will emerge—if you desire a soulmate, lead with your soul." —Chip Conley, best-selling author of Emotional Equations and Peak"A unique and brilliant contribution.
Perhaps what is really at the core of you, however, is passion, or deeply felt emotion, or assertiveness, or honesty. And so Page devotes the first part of the book to discussion, exercises, and meditations to help us see what our heart wants to tell us.
Not problems, but positive attributes.“Through decades of practice as a psychotherapist, and from a lifetime of efforts to understand my own inner workings,” Page writes, “something surprising and inspiring gradually became clear to me: our deepest wounds surround our greatest gifts.”There are two key questions to help you find what your gifts are. Page then leads us to recognize ways we might have entered relationships based on our need to shield and protect our gifts, rather than share them — what he calls attractions of pain versus attractions of love.
"Among the best manuals for succeeding in finding and keeping love we have seen."—Harville Hendrix, Ph D and Helen La Kelly Hunt, Ph DA program that not only leads to healthy relationships but that also steers us toward our own potential greatness—from well-known psychologist and relationship expert Ken Page. In Deeper Dating, Ken Page presents a new path to love.
Lose "Among the best manuals for succeeding in finding and keeping love we have seen."—Harville Hendrix, Ph D and Helen La Kelly Hunt, Ph DA program that not only leads to healthy relationships but that also steers us toward our own potential greatness—from well-known psychologist and relationship expert Ken Page. Out of his decades of work as a psychotherapist--and out of his own personal struggle to find love--Page teaches that the greatest magnet for real love lies in our "Core Gifts"--the places of our deepest sensitivity, longing, and passion.