Every couple argues – and this is also good since every conflict offers developmental opportunities for the individual partners and the couple. This approach also applies to conflicts that constantly recur, sometimes escalate or appear to be meaningless. In this book, couple therapist Felicitas Römer illustrates how even diffuse or absurd conflict patterns have a deeper meaning.
The author vividly explains the correlations between biographical experiences – such as difficult events in childhood – and the current painful couple dynamic. Using many practical examples from her therapeutic practice, she shows how couples succeed in resolving their reciprocal entanglements and reaching a new mutual understanding of each other.
- Understanding and changing conflict patterns in the relationship
- Help for couples in once again finding deeper love
- Liberation of love from the influence of difficult childhood experiences