Giving The Love That Heals (E–book/E–pub) Ü Harville Hendrix
Possibly the most important book I will ever read as a parent Add this to the other Harville "Hendrix Books And You Have "books and you have makings of the healthiest and most mutually rewarding relationships with everyone in your life including yourself This is one of the most important parenting books that anyone can read It can be a difficult read in that you will come across things The Leadership Gap from your past that might be painful or see the baggage your child may be carrying with them This is one of my personal top 5 booksor parents This is one of the most important books any parent can read although I think it is especially good Zero to Five: 70 Essential Parenting Tips Based on Science (and What I've Learned So Far) for parents who became parents through adoptionIt is not an easy read you will come across many painful thoughts somerom your own past some that you know your child carries but the information is so valuable to have I highly recommend this book and I recommend that you do the worksheets that are included This took me ages to Serenity Role Playing Game finish It s a hard read not only because of the issues it makes youace and the Save the Cupcake! feelings that surface because of this it s clumsy writing I still gave it 4 stars because the content is so much important than the writing I could go without the God talk too but I can live with it This book is greator parents beginners and pro s You can learn Tressed to Kill (Southern Beauty Shop, from it no matter how old your children are and you can always use it to work with yourself as a person and a parent Unlike any traditional parenting book this explores how experiences with our own parents and childhood influences how we parent our children Ever wonder why you are sorustrated and annoyed with something. Harville Hendrix has illuminated the paths to healthy loving relationships in his New York Times bestsellers Getting the Love You Want and Keeping the Love You Find Now with his coauthor and wife Helen Hunt he brings us to a new understanding of the most profound love of all by helping parents nurture their own development as they encourage emotional wholeness in their childrenThis groundbreaking book offers a uniue opportunity or personal transformation by resolving issues.
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it is narrowly ocused at traditional married two parent heterosexual couples as parents The religious overtones can also beis narrowly ocused at traditional married two parent heterosexual couples as parents The religious overtones can also be putting That said the processes or enhancing our understanding of ourselves and our compassion The Dancer Who Flew: A Memoir of Rudolf Nureyev for our children presented in the book are so valuable that it s easy toorgive the dense writing and hints of evangelism I d recommend this book to seeking an opportunity or real self revelation intentional dialogue offers a clear path to healthy open hearted communication the of loving responsive parenting This book had a lot of good points to make I think that some of the overall concepts will stay with me However like some other reviewers I elt that it
*WAS FAIRLY POORLY WRITTEN IT WAS *fairly poorly written It was boring So much so that by the time I got to the exercises at the end I simply skipped them because I didn t have the energy or them Also the last chapter before the exercises got a little weird talking about our children being made of star dust and us all being part of the cosmos etc which I elt actually drug down the books credibility a bit Who doesn t need parenting advice I m inding it ironic that I am reading Gillian Flynn s Dark Places and this book at the same time Her book is rife with childhood trauma at its most extreme I m loving all of Hendrix workit s difficult to read this one because it brings up a lot about how you are raised as a child and how that affects how you raise your own kids and it s HARD not to wound your kids in the same ways Conscious parentingconscious parentingmy new mantra. Elps to end the cycle of wounding the handing down of wounding we received as children as we raise our own children Safety Support and Structure how to give children what they really need rom us Modeling Adulthood using our healed sense of self as a model or our children With other practical insightful approaches that can powerfully shape the parent child bond Giving the Love that Heals gives us the keys to helping our children to become healthy responsible and caring peopl. Your child does Why some simple things
*In Your Child Can Trigger You Feel *your child can trigger you Feel you want to parent differently then the way you were but ind yourself ollowing the same path as your parents This is the book or you Very interesting I agree with some of the reviews that this book is poorly organized and could be written and concise If I could give this book a 45 I "would I m not giving a 5 of the importance placed on 2 parent heterosexual amilies Also while I "I m not giving a 5 because of the importance placed on 2 parent heterosexual amilies Also while I the idea behind their intentional dialogue the scripting of it seems awkward and weird But their overall analysis of how damage in childhood affects our intimate relationships and our parenting seems on point to me and can be a powerful tool or becoming a healthier and whole person and parent I recommend this to anybody but especially to parents While I than hate self help books and especially parenting books I was tempted to pick this up because I liked the guy in his interview on Oprah I am glad I did It is a good reminder that most of our issues with out children are easily resolved by looking at ourselves A depressing act but true I have 5 children I will continue to read this in reference over the years A very non judgmental look at parenting with real solutions on how to be productive in loving our children A powerful approach to childrearing relationships based on the Imago theory developed by the authors I think the content is great but reading it is a bit like slowly choking down a heavy weird tasting health ood bar because you know it s good or you I read an older edition so I don t know if anything. That originated in our own childhood we can achieve a conscious and thus healthier relationship with our children regardless of their age Harville Hendrix and Helen Hunt help us explore The Imago the antasy partner that our unconscious mind constructs rom those we loved as a child a that has guided our search or a life partner Maximizer and Minimizer parents the defensive styles that internally shape what we say and how interact with our children A Parenting Process that