Millions of people walk on eggshells in their homes.

They continually try to avoid criticism, resentment, anger, put-downs, or cold shoulders from their intimate partners.

They self-edit and second-guess themselves over matters large and small.

Sometimes they lose a sense of who they are.

The pain of walking on eggshells can persist for years and have devastating effects on everyone in the family.

If you live with a resentful, angry, or emotionally abusive partner, you must reclaim your unique core value and your inner voice.

If you’re a resentful, angry, or abusive partner, you must realize:

You like yourself when you’re compassionate to the people you love.

And you don’t like yourself when you’re resentful or angry at them.

Relationship expert Dr. Steven Stosny has been featured on national media for the revolutionary techniques he uses in his CompassionPower and Boot Camp. 

For the first time, he puts his effective, highly sought-after program into print, making it widely available for  people who want to stop walking on eggshells.

 

Topics:

How to prevent resentment from turning into emotional abuse.

How to change abusive behavior.

How to determine if change is permanent.

How to stop resentment from hurting your children.

Why marriage counseling, psychotherapy, anger-management, and abuser groups make resentment and abuse worse.

How to recover from the pain of abuse by practicing self-healing skills that help you reclaim your natural sense of competence and confidence.

 

 

Dr. Steven Stosny has demonstrated his highly successful recovery program on such national television programs, including “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” “CBS Sunday Morning,” and several CNN shows. ” Hehas appeared on numerous radio talk shows. He’s  been quoted by, or been the subject of articles in, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Washington Times, Chicago Tribune, U.S. News & World Report, The Wall Street Journal, Esquire, Cosmopolitan, Redbook, Ladies Home Journal, Seventeen, Mademoiselle, Women’s World, O, The Oprah Magazine, Psychology Today, AP, Reuters, and USA Today.

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