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In this new audio version, Richard Schwartz, the developer of the Internal Family Systems Model, applies the IFS Model to the topic of intimate relationships in an engaging, understandable, and personal style. Therapists and lay people alike will find this book to be an insightful exploration of how cultivating a relationship with the Self—the wise center of clarity, calmn In this new audio version, Richard Schwartz, the developer of the Internal Family Systems Model, applies the IFS Model to the topic of intimate relationships in an engaging, understandable, and personal style.
Therapists and lay people alike will find this book to be an insightful exploration of how cultivating a relationship with the Self—the wise center of clarity, calmness, and compassion in each of us—creates the foundation for courageous love and resilient intimacy: the capacity to sustain and nourish a healthy intimate relationship. Self-leadership also allows us to embrace our partner's feedback and use it to discover aspects of ourselves that seek healing.
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This book can be bought from it's own website for less than any bookstore or even Amazon. Recommended as one of the best books ever on relationships by Aunt Rita. I like the idea of the title. I understand the topic to be that we need to take care to not focus energies on changing a partner, but instead on changing ourselves and bringing a sound self to the relationship.
May 29, HannaClara rated it it was amazing Shelves: philosophical-thoughtworthyfavoritespsychologyconsciousness-spiritual-nonfiction. This is probably the only book one needs to read about romantic love and relationships in general. Recommend it to anyone who has been in love, is in a relationship or wants to be in one, and for those looking for their soulmates.
It hides a bit behind examples of fighting couples but behind it lies a tremendous wisdom. It has been so life altering for me. Basically the book teaches you why you fall f This is probably the only book one needs to read about romantic love and relationships in general. Basically the book teaches you why you fall for certain people but also how you can heal insecurities and learn to love bravely and with presence, by healing your past wounds.
Feb 26, Ville Salmensuu rated it it was amazing. May lead to life-altering insights. It did for me. They say that to be able to love others, love yourself first. The practical instructions for that truism are in this book. Recommended reading for anyone who feels dissatisfied in a relationship, or without one.
Looking for lasting happiness somewhere outside, be it a romantic partner or any other distraction available in the modern society, is doomed to fail. However, by triggering our emotions, our partner can show us the trailhe towards a May lead to life-altering insights. However, by triggering our emotions, our partner can show us the trailhe towards a kind of healing I didn't even realize was there to be done. Sep 12, Alicia Corl rated it it was amazing.
It taught me how to go inside, unburden these parts and release myself from the self-perpetuating curse of shame our culture promotes. It gives you handles to hold on to while you learn to become the strongest version of yourself. You become the primary caretakers of yourself, others can become secondary. Feb 25, Imibroccoli rated it really liked it Shelves: clinical. Got it in audiobook- highly practical, easy to understand and usable model.
Love IFS! View 1 comment. Jan 05, Bryan rated it it was amazing. Read the actual book, not the audio book. It felt a bit repetitive at times, and I wish it went more into the process of healing exiles. That aside, it has some great frameworks and language for personal healing and relationship building. I would recommend this to everyone if it wasn't so expensive. Apr 05, Matt rated it it was amazing. It is an eye-opening approach to understanding one's inner world and how each of us has different parts within us that interact and influence the choices we make each day.
One of the main ideas of this book is that the more you are able to bring out the true essence of who you are - what IFS calls the "Self" - and to be Self-led, the better you will be able to understand, regulate, and heal the burdens t Richard Schwartz is the founder of a style of therapy known as Internal Family Systems IFS. One of the main ideas of this book is that the more you are able to bring out the true essence of who you are - what IFS calls the "Self" - and to be Self-led, the better you will be able to understand, regulate, and heal the burdens that exist within your internal system of parts.
It's really a liberating approach to relationships because it means that you have the ability to work with all the different things happening within yourself and release the inherent ability that each of us is born with to gain the calmness, clarity, compassion, curiosity, etc. The more the wounded parts within you come to trust that you can take care of them and help unburden them, the better able you are to bring real, deep emotional intimacy to relationships because you are not looking to a romantic partner Looking for love am i the one you ve been waiting the source to try to heal all the wounds within you and then getting frustrated when they inevitably don't fully live up to unrealistic expectations.
This approach is also helpful because, when there is stress, disagreements, miscommunication, etc. I would highly recommend this book to anyone as a fresh perspective on how to approach deepening the love and intimacy that is felt in relationships. Jul 26, Qui2 rated it really liked it Shelves: i-own-a-hard-copyi-own-this-book. I recently attended the Cape Cod institute seminar by Richard Schwartz, and picked this book up there. It was a good book, and was written in lay terms. It wasn't like trying to wade your way through a boring text book. I think parts of it may have been less understandable to me in terms of the actual concept, not the book had I not attended the institute.
I would definately recommend this book as a great way to look at and take care of ourselves, rather than expecting and then being disappoin I recently attended the Cape Cod institute seminar by Richard Schwartz, and picked this book up there. I would definately recommend this book as a great way to look at and take care of ourselves, rather than expecting and then being disappointed by someone else's inability to do that impossible job.
This is a really gentle, loving, and accepting way of taking care of all of you, which then enables intimacy with others. I would recommend this book to those in and out of the mental health field.Looking for love am i the one you ve been waiting
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