Improving Your Relationship For Dummies

Psychology

Improving Your Relationship For Dummies by Paula Hall
Unspoken: What Men Won’t Talk About and Why by Johnny Hunt
My Indiana Home Spring 2018
Training with the Heart Rate Monitor by Kuno Hottenrott
Families and Forgiveness, 2nd Edition: Healing Wounds in the Intergenerational Family

Improving Your Relationship For Dummies by Paula Hall

Language: English | 2012 | ISBN: 0470684720 | 376 pages | PDF | 4,4 MB

This is the guide to being happy with your partner. Whether you want to work through tiresome niggles, iron out potential issues before taking the next step, or simply fortify your partnership against the daily ups and downs, this relationship manual provides all the expert advice and support you need. Packed with key information on managing change, successful cohabitation, overcoming jealousy, and igniting passion, and including worksheets designed to get you and your partner thinking and working together, this is your passport to a loving, communicative relationship that’s set to last.

Unspoken: What Men Won’t Talk About and Why by Johnny Hunt

English | February 6th, 2018 | ISBN: 0736972994, 9780736972994 | 226 pages | True PDF | 4.81 MB

When the Voice of Shame Is All You Hear…
It’s no secret: Talking about personal issues is awkward and risky. But day by day, those unspoken struggles wrench you down into isolation and distract your thoughts.
You know the dangers of going it alone. You’ve seen other men crumble beneath the weight of hidden pain. You’ve felt the sting of failure as you’ve taken missteps and descended quietly into guilt. Perhaps you find yourself in the midst of an internal battle right now.
With sensitivity and clarity, Johnny Hunt addresses some of the issues men find most difficult to talk about: pornography, substance abuse, anger, depression, unforgiveness, and more. Unspoken will give you the courage to overcome your stumbling blocks and step into a new life, free from the bondage of shame and silence.
You can stand stronger when you stand with a community of believers—and Johnny will show you how. Find renewed strength to honor your family and worship the God who longs to give you true freedom.

My Indiana Home Spring 2018

English | 2018 | ISBN: na | 36 Pages | PDF | 9.98 MB

Training with the Heart Rate Monitor by Kuno Hottenrott

English | 1 Apr. 2007 | ISBN: 1841262137 | 152 Pages | PDF | 6.86 MB

Ever since the first portable heart rate monitors were made available in the 1980s, athletes and fitness enthusiasts have been using them to monitor and control training intensity to achieve maximum results. “Training with the Heart Rate Monitor” is a practical guide to the effective use of monitors in individual training. It provides expert information on training for endurance, therapeutic or cardiac rehabilitation, general fitness and wellbeing. It also examines the latest advances in the technology, products, and trends in heart rate monitors. This will become an invaluable resource for anyone wanting to build an individual training program for health and fitness using a heart rate monitor.

Families and Forgiveness, 2nd Edition: Healing Wounds in the Intergenerational Family

Routledge | English | 2017 | ISBN-10: 1138121843 | 230 pages | PDF | 1.50 mb

by Terry D. Hargrave (Author), Nicole E. Zasowski (Author)
Families and Forgiveness, Second Edition gives the therapist a working knowledge of the importance of love and trustworthiness, skills to adequately assess hurt and pain in a family, and different techniques and conceptualizations to help family members move to make progress in restoring function to broken identities and senses of safety. The authors consistently demonstrate that the work of forgiveness―in any form―is possible with every family member and improves the intergenerational health of the family. In this new edition, a reorganized structure efficiently brings the therapeutic focus on love and trustworthiness, and revised case studies and updated interventions provide mental health professionals with practical methods to treat troubled families.
Review
“We all come from families or have our own; Terry and Nicole remind us all families need forgiveness to survive and thrive. With rich insights and personal honesty, Terry and Nicole call out the best of each of us in our families, tell the truth about the pain of disconnection and abuse, and show us the steps necessary to restore our love and trust. Drawing on clinical research and learned experience, they offer a clear model of how to apply the riches of forgiveness to our own and others’ stories. This is a must read for all of us who care about those we love.”―Heather Wright, PhD, executive director, Greenwich Center for Hope and Renewal; Presbyterian minister; licensed professional counselor and board certified chaplain; author, Redeeming Eve, Small Group Leadership as Spiritual Direction; co-author, Sacred Stress: A Radically Different Approach to Using Life’s Challenges for Positive Change
“In this valuable resource, the authors bring tried and true suggestions that assist clients in forgiving those who have harmed them in relationships and desire peace. Through personal stories and explanations, the book provides its readers an easy to follow dialogue that promotes integrity in our clients. Those who read this book may find themselves reviewing their own relationships and gaining new insight for resolution.”―Linda Metcalf, PhD, past president, AAMFT; professor of education, director, Graduate Counseling Programs, Texas Wesleyan University, Fort Worth, TX
About the Author
Terry D. Hargrave, PhD, is a professor of marriage and family therapy at Fuller Theological Seminary and is nationally recognized for his pioneering work with intergenerational families. He was selected as a national conference plenary speaker and as a Master’s Series Therapist by the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Dr. Hargrave has authored numerous professional articles and thirteen books.
Nicole E. Zasowski, MS, LMFT, is a licensed marriage and family therapist in the state of Connecticut, where she maintains a private practice. She is also a contributor to several publications, speaks regularly at local seminars, and has served as an adjunct professor at Alliance Theological Seminary in Nyack, NY.