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Learning to Love Yourself

Learning to Love Yourself

  • Author: Gay Hendricks
  • Publisher: Simon and Schuster
  • ISBN: 0671763938
  • Category: Psychology
  • Page: 140
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Learning to Love

Learning to Love

The Developing Relationships Between Mother, Father and Baby During the First Year

  • Author: Lorraine Rose
  • Publisher: Aust Council for Ed Research
  • ISBN: 0864313659
  • Category: Family & Relationships
  • Page: 140
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It may be one of the most natural processes, but becoming a parent can be as daunting as it is rewarding. Having a baby changes everything, and the biggest area of change for new parents is also one of the least explored: how do you relate to this new person in your life? Learning to Love explores the evolving relationship between mother, father and baby. Focusing on the first year of life, it looks at the emotional dimension of becoming a parent, and offers an understanding of the baby's emotional needs. Also examined are: key mental and emotional milestones in the first 12 months; parent's changing relationship with each other as well as their baby; growth of both the traditional and non-traditional family unit; and case studies of common parenting dilemmas.

Learning to Love

Learning to Love

From Conflict to Lasting Harmony

  • Author: Don Rosenthal,Martha Rosenthal
  • Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company
  • ISBN: 9781402745270
  • Category: Family & Relationships
  • Page: 254
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The Rosenthals, directors of the Heartwork Center, a retreat dedicated to helping build intimate, satisfying partnerships, reveal the secrets of a successful relationship.

Learning to Love

Learning to Love

  • Author: Eileen Caddy,David Earl Platts
  • Publisher: Simon and Schuster
  • ISBN: 162055836X
  • Category: Self-Help
  • Page: 128
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An insightful guide for consciously bringing compassion and love into your life • Explores feelings, attitudes, beliefs, and past experiences that block us from loving and receiving love • Includes deceptively simple yet profound exercises, meditations, and visualizations to support the exploration of your inner world • Explains how these principles and techniques originated in Roberto Assagioli’s system of psychosynthesis, enriched by the Findhorn experience of living in community Every person is born with the capacity to love. Over time, however, many of us have built barriers within ourselves as a reaction to painful experiences, and following these, we often develop fears, beliefs, and behaviors that keep these barriers firmly in place. The primary lesson in life is to learn to love, and this starts right on our doorstep. Often it is self-doubt and feelings of unworthiness that hold us back from experiencing all the love around us. Only when we start to love and accept ourselves with all that we are can we love others freely and fully. Learning to love requires an intention to change and a willingness to take action. Once we understand how to work with our doubts and fears and learn how to change our beliefs and behavior, our barriers will melt away and we spontaneously open up to connect deeply and harmoniously with the full flow of the river of life. In this simple yet insightful guide, Eileen Caddy and David Earl Platts detail the down-to-earth practicalities of exploring feelings, attitudes, beliefs, and past experiences that block us from loving and from receiving love. They show how bringing more love into our lives is not a mystery but often a journey back to ourselves and our core values. The authors examine the feelings of acceptance, trust, forgiveness, respect, opening up, and taking risks, among others, within a framework of compassionate understanding and non-judgment. Deceptively simple yet profound exercises, meditations, and visualizations support the reader in examining their inner world and implementing these vital concepts into their lives. The teachings in the book are based on popular workshops that Eileen, co-founder of the Findhorn Foundation Community, and David facilitated for years in and outside Findhorn. Many of the underlying principles and techniques originate in the system of psychosynthesis, devised by Roberto Assagioli. Learning to Love invites you to make a free and informed choice to bring more love into your life, and then helps you implement this choice step-by-step with confidence and joy.

Learning to Love

Learning to Love

Passion, Compassion and the Essence of the Gospel

  • Author: Heidi Baker,Rolland Baker
  • Publisher: Baker Books
  • ISBN: 1441261346
  • Category: Religion
  • Page: 192
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Missionary Leaders Reveal Behind-the-Scenes Glimpses from Africa Continuing where their book Expecting Miracles left off, this narrative draws from the last five years of the life of Iris Ministries. Woven alongside fascinating narrative from Mozambique is teaching from Heidi and Rolland that communicates the distilled wisdom about the heart of the Gospel from all their years of serving the poor. More than any of their previous books, this one has the most to say about what Rolland and Heidi have learned about love--whether in Africa or wherever home might be: finding intimacy with Jesus, concentrating on the humble and lowly, being willing to suffer for love's sake, finding God's supply of utterly needed miracles, and walking in the unquenchable joy of the Lord. Every reader will find incredible challenge and refreshment in these pages.

Learning to Love the Bomb

Learning to Love the Bomb

Canada's Nuclear Weapons During the Cold War

  • Author: Sean M. Maloney
  • Publisher: Potomac Books, Inc.
  • ISBN: 1612342477
  • Category: History
  • Page: 498
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In Learning to Love the Bomb, Sean M. Maloney explores the controversial subject of Canada's acquisition of nuclear weapons during the Cold War. Based on newly declassified Canadian and U.S. documents, it examines policy, strategy, operational, and technical matters and weaves these seemingly disparate elements into a compelling story that finally unlocks several Cold War mysteries. For example, while U.S. military forces during the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis were focused on the Caribbean Sea and the southeastern United States, Canadian forces assumed responsibility for defending the northern United States, with aircraft armed with nuclear depth charges flying patrols and guarding against missile attack by Soviet submarines. This defensive strategy was a closely guarded secret because it conflicted with Canada's image as a peacekeeper and therefore a more passive member of NATO than its ally to the south. It is revealed here for the first time. The place of nuclear weapons in Canadian history has, until now, been a highly secret and misunderstood field subject to rumor, rhetoric, half-truths, and propaganda. Learning to Love the Bomb reveals the truth about Canada's role as a nuclear power.

Learning to Love Yourself Workbook

Learning to Love Yourself Workbook

  • Author: Gay Hendricks
  • Publisher: Simon and Schuster
  • ISBN: 067176392X
  • Category: Psychology
  • Page: 212
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Learning to Love

Learning to Love

  • Author: Barbara Cartland
  • Publisher: Barbara Cartland Ebooks Ltd
  • ISBN: 1908303115
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 140
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The Earl of Cariston, in desperate need of money, agrees to marry a rich businessman's daughter in order to secure funds.

Learning to Love

Learning to Love

  • Author: Crystal Thomas
  • Publisher: BQB Publishing
  • ISBN: 1937084795
  • Category: Self-Help
  • Page: 62
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Filled with affirmations, and thought-provoking questions, "Learning to Love" combines the author's personal experience of discovering the importance of putting time and energy into loving ourselves first with her professional knowledge of the crucial part that relationships play in every aspect of our lives. This guidebook helps us understand ourselves and the power that we have in creating our lives every moment of every day.

Learning to Love Yourself

Learning to Love Yourself

Finding Your Self-Worth

  • Author: Sharon Wegscheider-Cruse
  • Publisher: Simon and Schuster
  • ISBN: 0757316166
  • Category: Self-Help
  • Page: 240
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We all come into this world full of promise and possibility. For some, when born into a healthy and highly functional family, the journey is quite easy, with guideposts and directions given freely. However, that is a very small population of people. Most of us were born into families that were in their own way struggling for independence, accomplishment, safety or security. For the millions of people who grew up in painful families, whether by absent parents, abusive parents, or those who were ill-equipped, noted therapist Sharon Wegscheider-Cruse shows that they do not have to follow a family tradition of compulsion or addiction. In the revised edition of the classic Learning to Love Yourself, Wegscheider-Cruse explains that it is possible to create our own self-worth at any time in our lives, even as adults. She guides readers on a journey to greater self-worth, explaining how to eliminate toxic self-defeating messages, how to choose healthier, new perspectives, and how to reinvent yourself each day open to a world of possibilities.