We all have flawed or unhealed relationships with our parents, and many of us grow up feeling under appreciated and unloved. Few of us are really able to understand that the messages we received from them that we interpreted as cold, distant, critical, or judgmental were actually coded expressions of love. Until we are able to translate those coded expressions, we will be condemned to communicate love in our own relationships in similarly coded manners.
Mark Bryan provides a systematic approach toward cracking those codes and finding a common language, with a wealth of insight and practical steps. These tools of decipherment and clear communication will help the reader reconnect with parents, siblings, partners and spouses.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 11 / 1999