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Destructive Relationships

A Guide to Changing the Unhealthy Relationships in Your Life

by Jill Murray

  • 327 Want to read
  • 3 Currently reading

Published by Jodere Group .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Self-help techniques,
  • Self-Help,
  • Interpersonal Relations,
  • Personal Growth - Happiness,
  • Self-actualization (Psychology,
  • Abuse - General,
  • Conflict Resolution,
  • Abused women,
  • Psychology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages350
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9866858M
    ISBN 101588720268
    ISBN 109781588720269
    OCLC/WorldCa50116065

      “This book is a lifeline for women who long to live a Christ-honoring life but are caught in the downward spiral of a destructive relationship. Leslie draws from a deep well of biblical insight, practical experience, and courageous advocacy to give individuals and the church the tools necessary to set captives free—one woman at a time.”Brand: The Crown Publishing Group. This book offers sound biblical and practical ways to understand and address emotional abuse in marriages. Leslie not only provides the biblical guidelines, she also provides specific and clear action steps. This book gives hope and clarity to those who are in abusive relationships. A must read for those who work with couples or in marriage.

    And any one of those relationships-- any relationship could be either constructive or destructive. So let's define constructive relationships first. A constructive relationship is a relationship characterized by flexibility of role, mutual concern for members needs, as well as other factors. Several years ago, I read her book, The Emotionally Destructive Relationship, and became aware that I was in an emotionally abusive relationship. It was the first time I realized that I was not going crazy and began to understand what an emotionally abusive relationship looks like and why it continues.

    Ending Relationships A destructive relationship has the quality of destroying or completely spoiling either the quality of the relationship or aspects of yourself—such as your physical body and safety, your self-esteem or sense of integrity, your happiness or peace of mind, or your caring for the other person.   Self-destructive or dysregulated behaviors provide relief or even pleasure in the short-term, but ultimately get in the way of living a life that feels satisfying and fulfilling.


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Leslie Vernick's excellent book, The Emotionally Destructive Relationship: Seeing It, Stopping it, Surviving it (Harvest House, ), has a very helpful questionnaire on pages I have found this questionnaire helpful in identifying unhealthy and possibly destructive patterns in relationships/5().

Destructive Relationships is an important book for anyone interested in establishing and maintaining healthy, positive relationships. Readers will learn to identify and apply those attitudes and skills that best nurture healthy, positive relationships with others/5(6).

Books shelved Destructive Relationships book destructive-relationships: Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire, Og så kom regnet by Anniken Englund Jørgensen, Clean by Juno Dawson, Gai. No Contact, Ending a Destructive Relationship, is a book to help women walk away from violence and abuse in relationships.

The author, Penny Haider has walked this path herself and it is her desire to give abused women the courage and strength they need to believe in themselves and set boundaries. This book is a must–read—not only will it educate the reader to take the necessary steps to freedom, but it will also prevent future destructive relationships.

Thank you, Leslie, for having the courage to write this much needed book!”Pages:   Leslie Vernick, counselor and Destructive Relationships book worker, has witnessed the devastating effects of emotional abuse. Many, including many in the church, have not addressed this form of destruction in families and relationships because it is difficult to talk about.

With godly guidance and practical experience, Vernick offers an empathetic approach to recognizing an emotionally destructive relationship 5/5(38).

Destructive Relationships Fear of Intimacy, Relationship Advice, Relationships, Toxic Relationships By PsychAlive No matter what you do, do you keep ending up in the same type of relationship. Destructive Relationships. Destructive relationships are increasingly common in our times.

Unbridled egoism and hedonism are largely responsible for this. Now, I wish to be clear on something: It’s perfectly natural to want to feel important and to seek pleasure in life. Among the books making the rounds on recent “must-read” book lists is White Fragility, by Robin DiAngelo.

In her book, DiAngelo aims to teach white people how to identify their own racism, and. From Chapter 1 The Emotionally Destructive Relationship Seeing It. Stopping It. Surviving It. (Harvest House Publishers ) Complete this questionnaire once for each relationship you are concerned about.

For example, if you’re evaluating your relationship with your spouse, answer each question about your spouse first. "This book is a lifeline for women who long to live a Christ-honoring life but are caught in the downward spiral of a destructive relationship.

Leslie draws from a deep well of biblical insight, practical experience, and courageous advocacy to give individuals and the church the tools necessary to set captives free-one woman at a time.". New details have emerged about a book by Donald Trump’s niece, According to Simon & Schuster, Mary L Trump will describe “a nightmare of traumas, destructive relationships, and a.

According to Simon & Schuster, the publisher of Mary’s book, Trump’s niece will describe a nightmare of traumas, destructive relationships, and a tragic combination of neglect and abuse.

The year-old clinical psychologist will also shed a light on “strange and harmful relationship” between Fred Trump and his two oldest sons, Fred Jr. I read this book because of a difficult relationship someone I know is in, but I found some helpful advice for my own relationships as well.

It gives biblical and practical advice to help you recognize destructive habits of communication in your relationships and what you can do about them/5. Getting support from friends, family and even a counselor can help work through the guilt, and make letting go of both it and the destructive relationship a lot easier.

You don’t have to be alone. Many of us endure bad, unsatisfactory or destructive relationships simply out of fear of being alone. It is the most destructive negative behavior in relationships. In Dr. Gottman’s four decades of research, he has found it to be the number one predictor of divorce.

According to Malcolm Gladwell in his bestselling book, Blink. Featuring case vignettes from nearly 30 years of Dr. Yudofsky's clinical practice and incorporating the knowledge of gifted clinicians, educators, and research scientists with whom he has collaborated throughout that time, Fatal Flaws: Navigating Destructive Relationships With People With Disorders of Personality and Character uniquely captures the rapidly increasing body of clinical and 4/5(1).

4 types of destructive relationship. Below are the four types of destructive relationships and the actions to get out of such a relationship. #1 Physical. Physical destructiveness is the form of destructiveness that initially springs to the mind of most people whenever the word abuse is used.

However, even this most brutal and simplistic form. Reality for the rest of the world often involves difficult, painful, and even destructive relationships.

Leslie Vernick addresses some of the toughest situations women (and men) face in her book, The Emotionally Destructive Relationship. Written from a biblical rather than psychological perspective, the book gives principles of healthy 5/5(25).

Self-destructive behaviors in a relationship As we mentioned above, some self-destructive patterns of behavior predict that a relationship won’t last. In this article, we’re going to talk about the ones that seem especially relevant and directly affect the basic pillars that hold any healthy relationship together: respect, affection, trust.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 22 cm: Contents: What is an emotionally destructive relationship? --The consequences of an emotionally destructive relationship --What makes relationships difficult and destructive?--Destructive themes of the heart: pride, anger, and envy --Destructive themes of the heart: selfishness, laziness, evil, and .This a wonderful and extremely easy read.

It has helped me on my journey to overcome the emotionally destructive relationship that I have let continue, with my parents. I am using the methods in this book to overcome that destructive relationship and start a new, better relationship with my parents today.She is the author of seven books, including the best selling, The Emotionally Destructive Relationship and her most recent The Emotionally Destructive Marriage.

Leslie has been a featured guest on Focus on the Family Radio, Family Life Today with Dennis Rainey, Moody Mid-Day Connection. She also writes a regular column for WHOA Women’s Magazine.