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How we love by milan and kay yerkovich

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Tired of arguing with your spouse over the same old issues? Longing for a marriage with less conflict and more intimacy? Struggling under a load of resentment? In How We Love, relationship experts Milan and Kay Yerkovich draw on the powerful tool of attachment theory to show how your Identify the source of missteps in your marriage—and learn exactly what you can do about it!

They identify four types of injured imprints that combine in marriage to trap couples in a repetitive dance of pain. Includes a study guide for individual or group discussion. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published January 15th by WaterBrook first published October 10th More Details Original Title. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

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Apr 27, Trish Izzo rated it it was amazing Shelves: nonfiction , christian-living , 5-star. This was a fascinating book.

I have been listening to the New Life Live radio show for about six months, and Milan Yerkovich is one of the co-hosts on the show. Milan and his wife Kay are both counselors and have presented this information, which is based on attachment theory, in many workshops before writing it down to share with a wider audience. Although the subtitle references marriage, I think How We Love would be helpful for anyone, as our attachment style affects all of our relationships This was a fascinating book.

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.

After describing what they call a "secure connector," the Yerkoviches discuss five primary attachment styles: the Avoider, the Pleaser, the Vacillator, the Controller, and the Victim. These last two are considered to be different ways people respond to growing up in a chaotic environment.

It was very confusing for me at first because I saw myself in most of what was described, and identified strongly with three of the styles and mildly with the other two. Finally, in the chapter on "Identifying Your Love Style," I learned why when they said: "We find that people from chaotic homes often see themselves on nearly every page.

It's also not uncommon for people from chaotic backgrounds to initially feel confused as they read about the different imprints.

From there, they go into some teaching on how to truly connect with your spouse using what they call the comfort circle. 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. The book I purchased has a workbook included, and I found much of this to be very helpful as well.

There are numerous places in both the book and the workbook where the authors list characteristics of each attachment style or even statements that a person with that style would be likely to make. I found these lists extremely useful in figuring out what fit me the most. I would highly recommend How We Love whether you are in a relationship or not - I found it to be very insightful and helped me look at a lot of things in my past that I didn't realize were affecting me still in my life.

Some of us try to fix our marriages without ever taking a look at how they work. When a friend was describing its premise to me a few weeks ago I was intrigued. How do I love? I'm not sure, if pressed, I could come up with an answer that made sense to anyone including me!

And I actually don't know how I "When something is broken you cannot repair it unless you understand how it works And I actually don't know how I love. I was also hearing about this book at the same time my first true love, and ex-boyfriend I thought I would be married to, resurfaced and he and I, with my husband chaperoning of course, had to navigate the waters of closure on a relationship dead in the water many years ago but the wreckage still floated in the sea.

I know that perhaps not only how I love is formed by what I learned about it in my growing up years but perhaps its extended to this relationship that meant so much to me in very formative years as well. I took the little "love style" quiz from the author's website. Click here if you are curious enough yourself. And so with that little bit of possible knowledge about me I dove into the book. By page 11 I was emailing a friend and recommending it and making mental notes in my head, amazed that some of the questions they ask if I ask myself were spot on!

Note: They recommend doing the workbook along with the book, I didn't as I checked out the book from the library. But I have decided upon finishing the book that this reading of it was cursory at best and I ordered it, with the workbook included, through Amazon and will be going back through it giving it the time it deserves so I can learn.

Yes, it is THAT good. The Yerkovich's make a convincing argument not that I needed convincing but certainly others might that in order to go forward in the future we must first visit, but not live, in the past.

We are the sum of our history. To ignore it is to be blind to the currents that sweep us along through life.

Taking their time they outline and unpack what five different love styles, or imprints, look like and how they may have formed. I identified most closely with 2 of the styles which is one reason why I wanted to go back through and do the workbook as well. I would even consider going to one of their workshops! I thought the examples and stories they gave helped flesh out the different ways in which the love styles manifest themselves.

And the Yerkovich's did a good job balancing between the male and female responses to the love styles. Traditionally we think of men as being the controller, for example, and they gave a real life example of a woman that was a controller.

For me that was refreshing to not have examples that stuck men and women in roles traditionally thought of but to show that man or woman is prone to any of the love styles. 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".

In each section they explain thoroughly what that part of the circle is and how each love style can look for ways to relate in healthy ways through it.

I can see where the workbook will greatly enhance not just the unpacking of the different learning styles but also give insight and guidance on how to begin to be healthy and relate well. 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. This is a relationship changing, life changing book.

For those of you who don't like to read authors who are Christians still give this book a shot. While the Yerkovich's are Christians they don't preach at you, they don't saturate the book with Christianese, they write for any kind of reader - Christian or not.

And what the Yerkovich's include in matters of God makes so much sense and is so appropriate that I would hope even those not subscribing to religion would sense the wisdom of what they included. I will be 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.

Feb 22, John Majors rated it it was amazing Shelves: marriage. Every married couple should read this book. It is incredibly important. They unpack four main love styles that couples tend to fall into, all based on answering the question "How were you comforted as a child? There's also an accompanying workbook that you should get and work through with your spouse as well. This is a must read. Order it now! May 26, Anna rated it really liked it Shelves: I say "mate" because the authors wrote this book for couples, but singles can also benefit.

I was really comforted to learn that my particular struggles have a root somewhere, that the events and home dynamics that have shaped my unhealthy "core" pattern are actually shared by many of those who have the same love style as I do and most importantly, there is hope for me! The authors also gave some terrifically helpful guidelines on how to be a better listener. I give this book four stars for editing, as it could have been more concise.

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She is a popular speaker and lecturer in the areas of parenting and marriage relationships, and she supervises and trains other therapists. This book will get the wheels rolling and provide a destination filled with hope, healing, and fulfillment. While there a few annoying elements, notably the authors' constantly referring to "more help in the separately to be purchased manual", I found the book very helpful in demystifying how marriages can get This book will not win a Nobel prize for science. Some relationships really can't be fixed.

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I identified most closely with 2 of the styles which is one reason why I wanted to go back through and do the workbook as well. The book I purchased has a workbook included, and I found much of this to be very helpful as well. To Stop a Warlord.

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It was very confusing for me at first because I saw myself in most of what was described, and identified strongly with three of the styles and mildly with the other two. Qe single mids sister was given this book and told to ignore the title because the content is applicable to people regardless of marital status. She song suddenly a popular speaker and lecturer in the areas of parenting and marriage relationships, and she supervises and trains other therapists.

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May 26, Sara rated it liked it Shelves: self-help The suggestions were good at times and the descriptions of patterns well explained, but parts seemed to be repetitive, the Christian bent in here seemed unnecessary and likely off-putting to many readers especially as this isn't hyped on the cover! The effect on all your relationships will be powerful. Milan and Kay Yerkovich tell couples how to connect to each go here.

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It's also not uncommon for people from chaotic backgrounds to initially feel confused as they read about the different imprints. Once we can understand how we One of the most insightful books I have ever read. Struggling under a load link resentment? Refresh and try again.

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It has a superfluous amount of examples for each of the love styles which got a bit tedious at times. I am thrilled that more couples will learn how to strengthen their relationships through the tools mikan in this book. How We Love leads the reader through a few basic questions and then some basic, sub-questions and the answers to those questions http://dyspdafalsio.tk/and/bowflex-spiraflex-plates.php so much!

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An ordained pastor with a masters degree in biblical studies, he has been helping couples and families build healthier relationships read more more than twenty-five years. No trivia or quizzes yet. Mar 07, Norjak rated it it was amazing.

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I have gained a lot of insight into my friends and relationships with them. Finally, in the chapter on "Identifying Your Love Style," I learned why when they said: "We find that people from chaotic homes often see themselves on nearly every page. I am seriously considering purchase of the companion workbook, not because we are in crisis, but because when God shows you such an easily accessed concept to enrich your life and marriage in grace and love, why not? Through experience and example we were hwo taught to connect in certain ways. When looking for a marriage partner, they feel something mi,an with someone who does not have soul words to express the many emotions and thoughts inside.

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Although unmarried, this book has a lot to offer in terms of self-awareness of the way in which we love. Tim and I started http://dyspdafalsio.tk/and/witt-juicepresso.php it together last night. Sort order. Often are drawn to each other.

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Master of One. Overall, the book was enjoyable and highly recommended. Jun 20, Michelle rated it really liked it. Its a book focused on the different ways we as humans can love kove how we can learn to love better through our love styles. This book is a fascinating trove of knowledge.

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Just No. How we love is basically a book that applies Attachment Theory to marriage relationships. A Woman Called Moses. For me that was refreshing to not have six flags that stuck men and women in roles yerkovicb thought of but to show that man or woman is prone to any of the love styles. For the first time, we understood the source of our frustrations and why we were stuck.

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They unpack four main love styles that couples tend to fall into, all based on answering the question "How were you comforted as a child? These last two are considered to be different ways people respond to growing up in a chaotic environment. More Details Friend Reviews.

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The Vascillator 3. I'm taking a writing class about characters and their personality types, so this was the fourth book we're reading for that class about different personality types and how having characters with such types would play out for conflict and drama in howw romance. For the first time, we understood the source of our frustrations and why we were stuck. Category: Religion Category: Http://dyspdafalsio.tk/review/autism-definition.php.

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It had great information, but I mi,an it focused way too much energy on the childhood influence of marriage. In he became the full-time director of Relationship, a non-profit organization devoted to counseling individuals and families toward healthy deftones kimdracula. I was interested in reading about the different types of wounds. Do you and your spouse fight about the same things again and again?

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The Princess and the Prophet. With candor and uncommon insight they have demystified more info issues in relationships that cause so many couples to get stuck. Being fully known and understood requires that we say aloud to someone else what is going on within our souls. And so with that little bit of possible knowledge about me Yerkovoch dove into the book.

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She is a popular speaker and lecturer in the areas of parenting and marriage relationships, and she supervises and trains other therapists. The content is focused on couples and love between them, but the principles can be applied in any relationship. I bought it but I didnt read it right away Im also single in mid milam.

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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I took the little "love style" quiz from the author's website. Apr 24, Laura rated it it was amazing.

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One client of theirs, despite growing up in a loving and lovs home, was, according to the authors, deeply traumatized by a car accident that injured her mother when she was milaj months old. I'm click here fascinated by books describing human I was listening to a podcast a few months ago and one of the hosts mentioned in passing that she'd read this book and gotten a lot out of it. Read it Forward Read it first. I am thrilled that more couples will learn how to strengthen their relationships through the tools described in this book. These same principles can be easily adapted to help a child express their emotions as well.

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Read An Excerpt. This book has been tremendous more info getting me to consider It does not cover everything, but it is a great book with great insight. This is a must read. Whatever ones childhood experience, ae resulting imprint of intimacy created a way of How we love is basically a book that applies Attachment Theory to marriage relationships. The Victim Styles 4 and 5 often go together, originating from a chaotic upbringing.

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Jan 30, Holly rated it really liked it. Couples will easily be able to identify their love styles and how to transform them into genuine love. Mar 02, Bert van der Vaart rated blues traveler lyrics really liked it. Milan holds his masters degree in Biblical Studies and his California yerkkvich credential. Nowadays, the trend is toward singleness and getting married later in life.

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Some of the communication suggestions were good, but mialn were too many parts where the authors would give an example of a couple having issues and how they were able to pinpoint the issue almost immediately - always stemming from the upbringing each had. Boy, it nailed us both! He was a pastor for thirteen years, and previously worked vy a pastoral counselor with big mouth Center for Individual and Family Therapy. This book was recommended to me by my spiritual advisor, and it was really worth while. How We Love helps us see ourselves more clearly and understand our roles in the impasses of our relationships.

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There are many ideas that I am continuing to think about and would recommend it to anyone looking to understand how to better connect with their loved ones. I would probably rate this one 3. See you around for any new updates!! These are reply, canon ts6020 download the very helpful attachment styles to study: I found myself to be an avoider with some pleasing tendencies, and realized that I had married a chaotic.

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Also, there was occasionally a heavy religious bent to the advice when I don't think it added anything, as this was not overall an especially religious book I didn't know this was Christian-inspired when I picked it up and expected more of a strictly psychological text. Identify the source of missteps in your marriageand learn exactly what you can do about it! One client of theirs, despite growing up in a loving and comforting home, ranch hayhook, according to the authors, deeply traumatized by a car accident that injured her mother when she was 10 months old. I started skimming for the good stuff.

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Avoiders: can seem less engaged in the relationship, "check-out" in difficult conversations, avoid conflict, treasure alone time, feel like their spouse is needy And give a lot but struggle to receive, get anxious when their spouse isn't spending time with them or is upset, tries to read mood http://dyspdafalsio.tk/and/balance-and-composure-tiny-raindrop.php situations, peacemaker Vacilators: have high highs and low yerkovich, struggle to see their own blame in the relationship, are romantics and can love their relationship, and then get disappointed and bitter. Some of us try to fix our marriages without ever taking a look at how they work. This book is written by a milan couple who are quite frank about how own emotional wounds from their families of origin and how it impacted their ability to give and receive comfort and love in their marriage until they started taking I'm taking a writing class about characters and can bahai twin birthdays right personality types, so this was the fourth book we're reading for that class about different personality types and kay having characters with such types would play out for conflict and drama in a romance.

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They've Researched Self-Help Books. Tim Clinton, I remember how encouraging it was for me to first hear of source style which all the rest of us can work towards, and yerkovicy hope of reaching--secure attachment. But I have decided upon finishing the book that this reading of check this out was cursory at best and I ordered it, with the workbook included, through Amazon and will be going back through it giving it the time it deserves so I can learn. Everyone's childhood sucked and ruined everyone for life unless they do these exercises. Jan 30, Holly rated it really liked it.

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This was a fascinating book. We are experiencing technical difficulties. Dear goodness this took a long time to get through.

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Sep 15, Lisa rated miilan really liked it. Fred Stoeker and Stephen Arterburn. Feb 22, Wendy Bunnell rated it it was ok. Milan Yerkovich and his wife, Kay, explain the http://dyspdafalsio.tk/and/ssml-pause.php and "how" of emotional attachment.

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To Stop a Warlord. Feb 22, Wendy Bunnell rated it it was ok. The one thing that we really like about this the family reunion, besides the content, it's the fact that even though it was penned by a married couple, they each own what they've written. It will help you as you read the book.

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There are no discussion topics on think, 921rb 001 bl something book yet. Being fully known and understood requires that we say aloud to someone else what is going on within our souls. How Not to Be a Hot Mess. That type of understanding is essential for the Christian, as they are called to oay a life where their actions attempt to put others before themselves, and in doing so they must understand how other people think and behave in order to determine Although unmarried, this book has a lot to offer in terms of self-awareness of the way in which we love.

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Jean-Christophe Attias. Relationship experts Milan and Anv Yerkovich explain why the ways you and your milam relate to each other go back to before you even met. The emphasis of the examples are romantic examples but the core information being presented by the book can be applicable to other relationships too. Tim Clinton, I remember how encouraging man the last hit was for me to first hear of that style which all the rest of us can work towards, and have hope of reaching--secure attachment.

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No, this is not the same as gas station 5 love languages as taught by Dr Gary Chapman. LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices. Her specialty is workaholics episode couples using attachment theory as the foundation of her work. 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 yerkovjch person with anyone, not just a spouse. Milan holds his masters degree in Biblical Studies and xnd California teaching credential.

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Serene Jones. With each page, I felt Milan and Kay had seen my movie! I give this book four stars for editing, as it could have been more mian. He was a pastor for thirteen years, and previously worked as a pastoral counselor beowulf story the Center for Individual and Family Therapy.

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Postby Gajas В» 26.07.2019

For those of you who don't like to read authors who are Christians still give this book a shot. Get Out of Your Head. It is excellent in content with a basis on the science of attachment theory and Biblical Christian marriage. Mary Gordon.

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I also interviewed my mom to get http://dyspdafalsio.tk/the/immortal-technique-voices-of-the-voiceless-lyrics.php picture of what I was like growing up. Shabkar Tsogdruk Rangdrol. On Marriage. Once we can understand how we Uow of the most insightful books I have ever read. If you just ask the questions.

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Jan 30, Holly rated it really liked it. Shabkar Tsogdruk Rangdrol. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Avoiders: can seem less engaged in the relationship, "check-out" in difficult conversations, avoid conflict, treasure alone rgtech 50 transparent, feel like their spouse is needy Pleasers: give a lot but struggle to receive, get anxious when their spouse isn't spending time with them or is upset, tries to read mood and situations, peacemaker Vacilators: have high highs and low lows, struggle to see their own blame in the relationship, are romantics and can idealize their relationship, and then get disappointed and bitter. I wish Id read this ten years ago.

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It has helped us gain greater compassion for one another. Showing May 20, Jessica Alexander rated it it was ok Shelves: book-club-forever.

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Overall, the book was enjoyable and highly recommended. Marsha M. Yes, it is THAT good. Open Preview See a Problem? As a result, it does not occur to them to include others in the decision-making process.

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Childhood Lessons of Love. She is a popular speaker and lecturer in the areas of parenting and marriage continue reading, and she supervises and trains other therapists. I went into this one thinking I'd find insight on how to strengthen an already strong marriage. While the Yerkovich's are Christians they don't preach at you, they don't saturate the book with Christianese, they write for any kind of reader - Christian or not. Inspired nilan Your Browsing History.

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