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by Ann Gadd

Author: Ann Gadd
Subcategory: Relationships
Language: English
Publisher: Findhorn Press (May 1, 2009)
Pages: 144 pages
Category: Self-Help
Rating: 4.2
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In this talk she looks at why opposites attract, what goes wrong in relationships and how we can heal them. Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически.

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She is the author of The A–Z Guide to Common Habits, Climbing the Beanstalk, Finding Your Feet, and The Girl Who Bites Her Nails and the Man Who Is Always Late.

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Is your relationship joyless? Do you battle to maintain fulfilling relationships? Instead of looking at relationships as the addition of two individuals, this book examines the opposite interconnections between these individuals, with the understanding that if one person changes it must bring about change in the other.

To heal the relationship, Glen and Carol have to find the ability to transcend the need for their own behaviour to be acknowledged as right.

ISBN 13: 9781844091546. She is the author of The A?Z Guide to Common Habits, Climbing the Beanstalk, Finding Your Feet, and The Girl Who Bites Her Nails and the Man Who Is Always Late.

During the last 12 years she has studied and taught the Enneagram.

The issue of failed relationships and why they fail is one that has been receiving lots of attention for a long time now. This is so because quite a number of new factors have emerged to threaten the peace and stability of relationships. There are several important factors that determine the stability of every relationship. When these factors are neglected, it becomes easy for things to go very wrong between couples. No relationship can stand the test of time without the right amounts of communication, trust, compromise, efforts, time, compatibility, loyalty, affection, and space.

The fleeting nature of the healthy balance within a relationship is demonstrated in this insightful exploration into a variety of interpersonal dynamics. The book shows how such a balance can be harnessed and adjusted to bring about self-empowerment and make changes in order to sweeten relationships that have gone sour. More than half a dozen archetype pairs—including the child and the parent, the perfectionist and the slob, and the priest and the prostitute—are presented as "seesaw scenerios" in which one person can shift position to fulfill his or her own needs and end up altering the other person's perspectives. Only by understanding each balance in relation to its archetype pair can positive changes be made to heal broken relationships and restore the fundamental balance between opposites who are drawn to one another.