I Love You, I Hate You, What is wrong with us? – Couple Guide

I have written a short Ebook (attached) shares lessons drawn from my own experiences of working with couples in troubled marriages. This book aim to taught couple to focus on the emotions they were expressing in a way that they gave each other love instead of pouring salt on their wounds. Please feel free to utilize this Ebook as you need.

I love you, I hate you, What is wrong with us? (gift)

Foreword

Faith Foo Siew Yuen has written a well thought out, highly informative, easy to read and practical e-book that can help you enrich or even save your relationship with the person you love (and hate). This little book is a gem. Whether you are a helper who provides counselling to others, or you are a person or couple in need of guidance, this book can help you.

In very simple language, Faith helps us understand why people who love each other can feel such anger and even hate when they feel they are not listened to and misunderstood. She helps us “decipher” our relationships to understand how we are so reliant on each other – and why this is not a bad thing. She clearly explains the science behind how attachment forms and how deeply important it is to healthy relationships.

In the last half of the book, Faith shows us how to move from hate to love by “stopping the fire,” being mindful of our own emotions and learning to build love again by developing effective ways of listening and speaking.  In each section of the book she utilizes case examples from her own work to illustrate each point that she makes. She provides real, clear tools we can utilize right away to help improve our relationship with those most important to us.

As a consultant/coach and author, I am especially happy to see Faith take this step in her career. She is a deeply caring and skilled clinician who has a great deal to offer her clients and her peers. This book is a good example and I am sure there will be many more to come.

 

Karl D. LaRowe M.A., LCSW

Licensed Mental Health Professional

International Speaker, Trainer, Consultant

Positive Psychology Coach

Author of: “Breath of Relief: Transforming Compassion Fatigue into Flow”



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