Divorceless Relationships by Gary M. Douglas (Book-Paperback)
What if you didn't have to divorce you in order to create an intimate relationship?
Most of us spend a lot of time divorcing parts and pieces of ourselves in order to care for someone else. For example, you like to go jogging but instead of jogging to care for someone else. For example, you like to go jogging but instead of jogging, you spend that time with your partner to show him or her that you really care. "I love you so much that I would give up this thing that is valuable to me so I can be with you." This is one of the ways you divorce you to create an intimate relationship. How often does divorcing you really work in the long run?
A Divorceless Relationship is one where you don't have to divorce any part of you in order to be in a relationship with someone else. It is a place where everyone and everything you are in a relationship with can become greater as a result of the relationship.
Divorceless Relationships contains tools, exercise and processes you can use to:
- Create Divorceless Relationships
- Discover what you would like as a relationship
- Use energy to attract the person you're interested in
- Know when it's time to leave a relationship
- Renew and recreate your relationship with your partner
- Bring sex back into your relationship
- Turn your lover on
Paperback: 286 pages
Publisher: Access Consciousness Publishing Company (February 1, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
Author: Gary M. Douglas
Genre: Family Relationships, Divorce, Self-Help, Self-Esteem, Marriage & Adult Relationships
Gary M. Douglas founded Access Consciousness® more than 20 years ago. The tools and techniques of Access Consciousness® are being used worldwide to transform lives and bodies in private practices as well as in conjunction with addiction recovery, weight loss, business and money, animal health and many holistic modalities, such as hands-on energy healing and chiropractic care.
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