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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It has a superfluous amount of examples for each of the love styles which got a bit tedious at times.
How We Love: Discover Your Love Style, Enhance Your Marriage by Milan Yerkovich
Bow 19, Nathan Seale rated it it was amazing. I didn’t spend as much time on these sections since my husband and I are separated, but there was a lot of good information. I consider it essential reading personally and also for th ok as of us who are called to help people professionally. This book was revelatory for me.
Maybe not every suggestion will be a perfect fit for every couple, but I’m sure that every couple can benefit from a few of the yerkkvich and hlw. One or both of my parents was critical or fearful, so I tried hard to keep them happy or win their approval.
The initial parts of the book provide good insight on your love style and the way the love styles interact but the latter half of the book was bogged down with details on how to use the “comfort circle” to grow closer as a couple. It is a great introduction to attachment theory and marriage. Sep 23, Alfie Mosse rated it really liked it Shelves: Living with the Gods.
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Would you like to create an account now? Some of us try to fix our marriages without ever taking a look at how they work. Are you tired of arguing with your spouse over the same old issues? I need space and feel trapped if someone always wants to be with me all the time. There are times where the author’s voice switches back and forth between Kay and Milan and it can be a bit of A very insightful and helpful read. After fleshing out the love styles the Yerkovich’s then spend the remainder of the book helping the reader understand how to go about beginning to relate to others spouse, friends, etc – although they did phrase the remainder of the book in marriage terms but you can easily transfer to all relationships through something they call the “comfort circle”.
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.
Though I am not generally a fan of the Christian “self-help” genre, I did find this book very insightful regarding the way our imprints of attachment within our family of origin affect the way we relate to our spouse and our spouse likewise to us.
I can’t recommend it enough! I would even consider going to one of yerovich workshops! Jan 30, Holly rated it really liked it. Nov 20, Nash rated it it was amazing. Where Buddhism Meets Neuroscience.
I M now enjoying a much better relationship with my family because of the insights contained on these pages.
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I took the little “love style” quiz from the author’s website. I also interviewed my mom to get a picture of what I was like growing up. When a friend was describing its premise to me a few weeks ago I was intrigued.
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How We Love: Discover Your Love Style, Enhance Your Marriage
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. Then, answer them, the insight to be had will absolutely blow you right away! There’s also an accompanying workbook that you should get and work through with your spouse as well.
Crying kids really annoy me; if they were my kid, it would stop. Things must be done in an orderly, specific way, or I get angry. Growing up, my family was not very affectionate or demonstrative.
The Love Style Quiz
If you’re married or hope to be someday, this is a must read!! The book How We Love leads the reader through a few basic questions and then some basic, sub-questions and the answers to those questions tells so much!
This book was good with a lot of useful information. I will yerkvoich recommending to all the people I care about – married or not because we all have to interact in relationships and this book will help you understand how you’ve been relating, why, and how to become healthy in your relating.