Praise. Praise for How We Love “How We Love has the capacity to change not only your marriage but every relationship that’s important in your life.”. How We Love has ratings and 99 reviews. In How We Love, relationship experts Milan and Kay Yerkovich draw on the powerful tool of attachment theory. How We Love. Milan and Kay Yerkovich explain why the ways you and your spouse relate to each other go back to before you even met. Drawing on the.
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I get annoyed when people ask me how I feel. I wish my significant other would be more independent. It is incredibly important. I need space and feel trapped if someone always wants to be with me all the time.
Jan 20, Pages. My significant other controls almost everything about my life. Want to Read saving…. My childhood was so unsafe I remember hiding to protect myself. My significant other sometimes mistreats me, but it would be worse to be alone.
I rarely get angry, but when I do I usually hide it rather than show it. But we have discovered so much more about ourselves and each other as a result of reading this. Reading just the book will give someone a great step forward in understanding and even tiny amounts of application but the workbook is where the application really comes in, or so I am guessing.
If I think someone is mad at me, I would rather do something nice for them than confront them directly.
How We Love: Discover Your Love Style, Enhance Your Marriage
I am very good at anticipating the needs of others and meeting those needs. Nov 20, Nash rated it it was amazing. Books by Milan Yerkovich. People sometimes describe me as intimidating. Which version of the quiz would you like? Although the subtitle references marriage, I think How We Love would be helpful for anyone, as our attachment style affects all of our relationships and learning about it can help us become more of a secure person with anyone, not just a spouse.
I feel like different personality types were talked about as a “damaged love type” in this book. Drawing on the powerful tool of attachment theory, the Yerkoviches identify four types of injured imprints that combine in marriage to trap couples in a repetitive dance of pain.
I like to show my love by doing tasks.
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Boy, it nailed us both! Crying kids really annoy me; if they were my kid, it would stop. The key to creating a deeper bond in your marriage may lie buried in your childhood. Sep 23, Alfie Mosse rated it really liked it Shelves: I can see how what I’ve learned will help me develop healthier relationships in general and hopefully, some day, that most intimate relationship.
We have to learn to notice and be aware of our internal experiences, to search our hearts and find words for what is inside us.
How We Love: Discover Your Love Style, Enhance Your Marriage by Milan Yerkovich
I bought a copy for my bookshelf to keep on hand! While most people will have a single, dominant Love Style, it is possible for you to have multiple problem areas. Jan 18, Joseph rated it it was amazing.
Are you ready for a new journey loge love? It is excellent in content with a basis on the science of attachment theory and Biblical Christian marriage.
With candor and uncommon insight they have demystified the issues in relationships that cause so many couples to get stuck. I would recommend this over 5 Love Languages, but they don’t really overlap too much that focu Building on attachment theory, this book is about how we, as adults, process our emotions and how that is highly influenced by our childhood environment and example of parent figures. They often choose mates with whom vulnerability is relatively easy and safe.
This has been a fascinating and helpful book for my wife and I to read together. Looking for More Great Reads? I will definitely revisit this text again and again in the future. The visual of the “Comfort Circle” and having a list of “Soul Words” to use, is an incredible help in learning how to communicate emotions to each other in a respectful, non-threatening way.
Trivia About How We Love: Mar 24, Kate Dunn rated it it was amazing. I often feel misunderstood and unsupported in my relationships.