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by Harville PhD Hendrix


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Harville Hendrix has illuminated the paths to healthy, loving relationships in his New York Times bestsellers Getting .

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. Don Browning The Divinity School, The University of Chicago Giving The Love That Heals exposes the jugular vein feeding disrupted families - our tendency to replay our childhood relations with our parents with both our children and spouse.

Harville Hendrix P. is the New York Times bestselling author of Getting the Love You Want: A Guide for Couples, Keeping the Love You Find: A Personal Guide, and with his wife, Helen LaKelly Hunt, Giving the Love that Heals: A Guide for Parents. Harville and Helen have written over 10 books with more than 2 million copies sold. In addition, Harville has appeared on the Oprah Winfrey television program 17 times. Harville co-founded Imago Relationship Therapy with Helen to promote the transformation of couples and families and create relational cultures that support universal equality.

Giving The Love That Heals. Harville PhD Hendrix. He has written over 10 books with more than 2 million copies sold. Harville co-founded Imago Relationship Therapy with his wife, Helen LaKelly Hunt, to promote the transformation of couples and families and create relational cultures that support universal equality. Together, Harville and Helen have developed a variety of resources to help couples, families, and educators strengthen their relationship knowledge and skills.

Harville Hendrix and Helen Hunt help us explore . 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 people.

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 people.

Harville Hendrix, P. and Helen LaKelly Hunt, Ph. D are partners in life and work. As the founders of Imago Relationship Therapy, they have written over 10 books, including three New York Times bestsellers. Harville has appeared as a featured guest 17 times on The Oprah Winfrey Show. Yet, even as relationship experts, their marriage almost didn’t survive. Read their amazing story of hope. Learn More . 3 FREE Books for You. How to Have a Fight-Free Relationship. How to Make Love All the Time and Enjoy Sex Too. Secrets That Men Don't Tell Their Wives. Get Your 3 Free Books. Possibly the most important book I will ever read as a parent. has illuminated the paths to healthy, loving relationships in his bestsellers Getting the Love You Want and Keeping the Love You Find. (born 1935) is an author of relationship self-help books and with his wife Helen LaKelly Hunt is the creator of Imago Relationship Therapy. Hendrix is best known for his book Getting the Love You Want, a New York Times best-seller, which gained popularity after Hendrix appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show. in psychology and religion from the Divinity School at the University of Chicago.

Harville Hendrix has illuminated the paths to healthy, loving relationships in his New York Times bestsellers Getting the Love You Want and Keeping . Now, he and his coauthor and wife, Helen Hunt, bring 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 children. What other book might you compare Giving the Love That Heals to and why? I would compare the book to Janice Benson's book entitled, Black Children: Their Roots, Culture and Learning Styles.

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Harville Hendrix has illuminated the paths to healthy, loving relationships in his New York Times bestsellers Getting the Love You Want and . Safety, Support, and Structure - how to give children what they really need from us., Modeling Adulthood - recovering our innate wholeness to provide a model of adulthood for our children that will preserve their innate wholeness.

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 children.This groundbreaking book offers a unique opportunity for personal transformation: by resolving issues 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 fantasy partner that our unconscious mind constructs from those we loved as a child, a that has guided our search for 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 helps 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 from us -Modeling Adulthood -- using our healed sense of self as a model for 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 people.

Comments: (7)

Kelerana
As a professional psychologist and leadership coach, Harville Hendrix's work is often one of my key "go to" resources for clients. The title, "Giving the Love That Heals" can be a little misleading because it seems to imply a solution for someone who has experienced trauma. However, in the context of this book, "healing" is the natural benefit of parenting consciously and parenting well. In my opinion it is a foundational book that every parent should read. Hendrix takes the essential truths from various branches of well researched theory and integrates years of clinical experience into his approach. While most parenting books advocate for a set of behaviors or reflect a specific branch of psychology (a "one size fits all" approach,)"Giving the Love that Heals" gets down to the core root of parenting challenges by looking at the distinctions between developmental stages, what the imperatives are of each stage and how parents are most at risk for "wounding" their child at the same exact stage they themselves were challenged in as children. This book provides an opportunity for self reflection, personal insight and learning which allows parents to tap into their own wisdom by asking the question, "What will meet this child's emotional and psychological needs at this particular stage of his/her life and how can I best support him/her?" It allows the parent to step back and view his/her child more objectively and to appreciate their children as individuals with separate destinies and identities.
This book also provides very practical "user friendly" information on how to navigate difficult conversations and how to have "conscious conversations" that open up dialogue and help parents find out what their child is really thinking and feeling. The conversational "formula" provided can be used with just about anyone, (not just children) yet it is simple enough that Hendrix walks you through how to teach your child to have their own "conscious conversations." With the myriad of changes and new levels of complexity that our children are destined to face in the future, this is a recipe for nurturing emotionally mature, insightful, compassionate and aware young people with the ability to take on the world's challenges in a meaningful way.
Thundershaper
Ive read a lot of important books about child development to try and understand the process of maturation and what can go wrong because if It can get back on track I want to know how. This book is very easy to read and understand and the audio is even easier. Yet the material is deep and of utmost importance to the individual child,the growing and healing caregivers and society as it becomes from our patterns and believes. Harville puts it altogether and gives explicit help on exactly what the child justly needs at each stage of development, how to be neither a maximizer or a minimizer in our parenting style and how to give the child the message that he is OK above all. read several times to absorb the impact of what is crucial to understand about the childs needs, how the child is not us but a separate individual and how to bring your child through to adult maturity with the capacity to be naturally whole and capable of giving and receiving love. This one is for a grandparent too because there is much we can do to heal our grandchildren of the wounds that are bound to occur and help them proceed on to the next developmental stage unimpeded. Teens too will benefit from the parents understanding and the change that can occur in the parent themselves from stretching to meet the all important needs of the teen around sexuality and bonding with the opposite sex. This book will rock our cultural assumptions and set things right.
Ranicengi
I'm on page 52 of Giving The Love That heals, and I can't read it fast enough. In fact, I'm reading and highlighting so fast that I plan on going through the book a second time once I complete it.
I can't get enough of this book. It's everything I need as an emotionally wounded mother of a 2 1/2 year old. Like I said, I'm on page 52 and my life has already changed. I cannot wait to finish this book because I can't wait to finally begin healing and to start loving in a healing way.
This is a book I will definitely purchase and hand out as gifts, because anyone with a less than perfect childhood who is becoming or is a parent NEEDS this book. Please do yourself and your child a favor and heal your wounds, because hurt people, hurt other people. And unless you make a conscious decision to start parenting consciously, like the book demonstrates, you will never break the wounding cycle.
Jairani
Fabulous book! I would recommend it to any parent who wishes to raise his/her offspring(s) as a whole person. It has made me realize my shortcomings and mainly pain within that I am working on overcoming and healing. It teaches you how to speak with respect to any human being regardless of her/his age, including an infant or a toddler who is just learning to speak.
Kulwes
In my journey I have learned what a great responsibility parenting is. Some parents are broken and they in turn teach that to their children. We then wonder why later on in life? This book helps you answer some of those questions. If you are a parent this will teach you that your child's behavior that annoys you may be something you haven't dealt with in your life! This was a refreshing book to read. I have this in my library for keeps. Not putting your head in the sand won't help you grow and become the person you were meant to be. Face the hard stuff and questions and grow.

This book gives you examples and stories....
Kegal
Stop reading reviews. If you have any reason whatsoever, which you must because you are reading reviews about a couple's therapy book, then stop wasting time and buy this. Even better, buy it, read it and live it. This helps overcome conflict in any relationship. If you read it and like it, I can also strongly recommend the authors workshops.
Giving The Love That Heals download epub
Relationships
Author: Harville PhD Hendrix
ISBN: 0671793993
Category: Self-Help
Subcategory: Relationships
Language: English
Publisher: Atria Books (August 1, 1998)
Pages: 384 pages