What’s Love Got to Do With It is a captivating exploration of how love is vital to survival and well-being.
Love is much more than just a feeling. It’s a complex combination of emotions, behaviors, and biological drives that play an integral role in our relationships, mental health, and physical health.
Drawing on a range of personal experiences, scientific research, and practical exercises, this book reveals the incredible power of love and how it impacts our lives in ways we may not even realise. You’ll discover how love is essential for building strong relationships, overcoming trauma, and achieving personal growth.
Whether you’re struggling to connect with others or simply seeking to deepen your existing relationships, What’s Love Got to Do With It provides invaluable insights and tools to help you nurture a deeper sense of connection and fulfillment in your life. So, if you want to unlock the transformative power of love, this book is for you.
Happiness is not a luxury; it is our birthright. This bold statement is the ‘golden thread’ that runs through the tapestry of this book on Emotional Assertiveness.
Fore-play, Fair-play and Foul-play covers what emotions are, the link between emotion and feelings, child development and parenting, the place of love and relationship and the central role of respect in achieving more happiness in our relationships and lives. Learn to recognise the difference between healthy and unhealthy emotional expression, and recognise that there are no negative emotions, only how we communicate emotion.
John Parr has built a model to help people who like to think, get in touch with and use their emotions, and for those who have strong emotional responses, to think clearly. This book will help readers curious to learn how to problem solve their emotions and consequently, achieve healthy and mutually satisfying outcomes. The author provides practical tools for effective relating by expressing authentic emotion and reducing destructive forms of conflict. The book provides applications to day-to-day life, including family, working relationships and teams, as well as bringing emotional assertive behaviours into schools.
The Emotional Assertiveness Model is built upon 25+ years of clinical psychotherapy practice and personal research as well as 30 years of management consulting practice.